Pocket Fujica 450 Flash

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The Pocket Fujica 450 Flash is one of the more sophisticated cameras for 110 film, it was made by Fuji around 1977.

It has a zone focusing 20mm f/4 lens with 3 aperture settings shown in weather symbols. The shutter is fixed at 1/160 sec. These specifications give the user more control over the picture than the usual 110 pocket cameras that were available.

The flash is quite special, it pops up, and folds to the side. This way it's more sideways of the photographed subject, giving better results than a direct flash. Since the camera has no exposure meter, it only needs the 2 AA batteries to power the flash.

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Pocket Fujica 450 Flash
images by René Maly (Image rights)