Fisher-Price (1984)

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The Fisher-Price 100 is a camera made by Kodak from 1984 to 1987. It takes the 110 film format. It has a fixed-focus meniscus lens.

The camera used disposable flip-flash for indoor photography. But while 110 film survives in production as a niche format, flip-flash is long gone, so this camera can only be used outdoors as of 2018.