A simple, small and stylish 110 using the push-pull design of the Minox. Shutter speed of 1/90 -- 1/50 for flash use. Accepts ISO 100 and 400 films. Two-element f9.5 lens. Accepts flip-flash bars. Not to be confused with the Chinon Deluxe 110 Pocket.
Accepts ISO 100 and 400 films. Aperture set to f9.5 for ISO 100 film and f19 for ISO 400 film. Built-in flash takes four AAA batteries. Not to be confused with the Chinon Deluxe 110.
(1980) Shaped more like a small 35mm rangefinder than the standard 110 bar camera. Comes with a lens that is set for f9.5 under normal conditions but switches to f4.0 when the built-in flash is activated. Four element lens. Shutter speed sets to 1/125 with ISO 100 film and 1/250 for ISO 400 film. It has a built in powerwinder to advance the film.
(1978) A variant of the Balda EL 110 camera. Made by Balda, so it's not surprising that this is a top-quality 110 camera, very similar to the Balda and Minox 110 models. Has a 25mm f2.8 lens with a coupled rangefinder. Exposure is by CDS meter. You pick the aperture and the camera sets the correct shutter speed from 14 seconds to 1/1000.
Does NOT have a cigarette lighter built into it. It does have a built-in flash. Apertures from f5.6 to f19. Similar to the Deluxe 110. Takes four AAA batteries.
Basic 110 camera.
Despite the name, this camera is not an unusually small camera. It is a typical bar-style 110 camera.
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