Fisher-Price Perfect Shot

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The Fisher-Price Perfect Shot is a camera sold from 1994 to 1997, and not surprisingly marketed as a kids camera. It takes the 110 film format. It has a built-in flash, a fixed-focus lens, and double viewfinders. The flash requires batteries, but otherwise this camera can operate without batteries.

Kids cameras for 110 film were relatively common in the 1980s/1990s, due to their ease of loading the film. Other companies, such as Kodak, Vivitar, and Concord also marketed kids 110 cameras.