Kodak pocket A-1
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The Kodak pocket A-1 is a 110 film camera introduced in 1978. Its sole claim to fame is that, in 1980, it was renamed Kodak Brownie, which would turn out to be the second last camera to carry the Brownie name. It does not use batteries.
The camera is fixed-focus, fixed-exposure, and used disposable flip-flash for indoor photography. But while 110 film survives as a niche format, flip-flash is long gone.