An all-weather 110. Fixed-focus lens. Extra-large controls. Bright-yellow exterior. Many assume that this is an under-water camera since it looks like other submersibles, like the Minolta Weathermatic 110. But it is not! It's water resistant, but not waterproof. Don't believe me? Just stick it in a bucket of water, dummy! The "AW" stands for "All Weather". Get it? Uses two AA batteries.
Available in a thrift store near you! Built-in flash. Made in several bright, nauseating colors. Uses two AA batteries.
No, NO, NO! You're way off base with this one. The FF-20 was made by Ricoh and is a full-frame 35mm camera.
A very common model of 110 that was sold under a number of other names, such as the Kraft Cheesasaurus Rex Super Sleuth, and the Newport Alive with Pleasure cameras -- yes, there really were cameras with names like these! The original Micro 110 was available in a variety of colors, such as pink and teal. Bare bone as to features. A single fixed shutter speed. Not to be confused with the Micro 110 keychain 110 camera -- not made by Kalimar.
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