At first glance, it appears to be a typical 110 camera with a built-in flash.  But get a little closer and you'll notice that this camera has something special -- a built-in radio!  That's right, just behind the flash is a tiny AM radio.  The camera came out in 1978, and would soon evolve into the C-R2 and C-R3 cameras.  But as is typical with radio/camera combinations, the radio and camera features are pretty basic.  24mm (f5.6), fixed-focus lens. Single speed shutter.  The film is advanced by a slider/lever on the bottom. The radio and flash are powered by a pair of AAA batteries.  The camera can be used without the batteries.  Also marketed as the Radicame C-R1.

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