The Felinette was a 35mm viewfinder camera made in the Netherlands by Vredeborch, introduced in 1959. In 1960 it was renamed the Felicette, and in 1965, the Felicetta. A 1972 version had a black-painted top plate, and there was a a version with grey metalwork. The front featured a fake selenium meter window, complete with a calculator dial on the top.
Variations - such as the Felicette L (1963) and Felicetta L had a built-in flashbulb holder which folded out of the top plate.
The Felicetta BL 35 (1965) had a genuine light meter in place of the fake of the other models.
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- McKeown, 12th ed, pp.975-976