Concord Disc 101
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The Concord Disc 101 is a camera for the briefly popular but ultimately unsuccessful disc film format. It has a fixed-focus lens, motor-driven film advance, a "rapid fire" feature, and a flip-flash socket. According to the original box, it came with a three year warranty. It was made in Hong Kong.