Halina Super-Mini Flash

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A 110 film camera by Haking in what McKeown dubs the "trombone" style from around the mid 1970s. The push-pull body is based on the Halina Super-Mini, but adds electronic flash powered by four AAA batteries. Can sense slow and fast ISO films and adjust shutter speed. Slider adjusts aperture between bright sun or cloudy, and turns on the flash.

There is a strong resemblance to the flash version of the Argus Palmatic.