Ricohmatic 126

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The Ricohmatic 126 is a 1960s camera by Riken/Ricoh using 126 film cartridges, whose metal finish shows much more refinement than the typical Instamatic.The Rikenon 35mm f/2.8 lens uses scale focusing and is surrounded by a selenium meter cell. One of the stubby "feet" under the camera is a spring-drive winding knob. Atop the camera is a fold-up reflector for flashbulbs.