Fisher-Price made at least three 110 cameras -- all of them aimed at children. Consequently, they were simple and easy to use -- with lots of color! They don't actually have different names for the camera models, so they are listed by the words on the cameras themselves. If you are able to provide more accurate information than is listed here, please contact us.
(1984) The top is labeled "FISHER-PRICE" and the front is labeled "Made by Kodak". This is their perfect 110 camera for kids -- with rubberized ends that are easy to grip -- and a neck strap. It has a single-element 25mm f11 lens. It accepts a flip-flash and apparently does not use the 110 sprocket holes to cock the shutter! Probably came in different colors.
Another funky, fun, kid-oriented 110 film camera with a built in flash. Takes two AA batteries. Fixed focus, of course. Great fun for kids to learn about photography. It's designed like a Viewmaster -- two viewfinders that gives the impression of 3D pictures. They also made a 35mm camera that is nearly identical in size, shape and function. Both probably came in different colors.
The name says it all. This is their simplest 110. Takes MAGI-CUBES that are rotated to advance the film. Probably came in different colors.
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