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The Crayola Flash is a simple camera for 110 film. It is fixed-focus (4 feet to infinity). It has a built-in flash. It was made in China for Concord Camera Corp.
It was among a number of children's cameras for 110 film produced in the 1980s/1990s, with others being made by companies such as Kodak and Fisher-Price.