Stylish, rounded 110 with pull apart design to protect the lens. It also advances the film in the Minox style. It comes with two lenses -- a 22mm (f5.6-16.0) and a 44mm (f5.6-16.0). Fixed shutter speed of 1/125. With ISO 100 film, the aperture is set to f8. With ISO 400 film, the aperture is set to f16. With flash, the aperture is set to f 5.6. Built in flash. Comes in two colors schemes: Silver with blue and green stripes (405S) and beige with yellow and orange stripes (405B).
Built-in flash. Uses two AAA batteries.
(1979) This guy has a 30mm glass, three-element, fixed-focus lens which is set at f9.5 for normal use and f5.6 for flash. It has a single shutter speed of 1/90 and a built-in flash which uses two AA batteries and recycles in under 10 seconds. The flash is good to about 10 feet. Built-in lens and viewfinder cover.
Some kind of improvement over the IC401. Built-in flash. Uses two AA batteries.
Some kind of improvement over the IC402. Built-in flash. Uses two AA batteries.
Some important changes. 80mm (f11.0), fixed-focus lens. Mechanical shutter with speed of 1/125. No exposure control. The camera looked like a binocular/camera combination, the binoculars are fake, but because of the 80mm lens, the results are telephoto. There was a small viewfinder underneath the camera lens. Dimensions of 2-1/8 x 4 x 3-3/4 in. Focusing wheel and tripod socket on the bottom, and shutter release button with cable release socket on the top. Also sold as the American Rand Photo Binocular 110 and the Sedic Tele-Spot 110.
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