|Boots rebadged version|
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The Unimatic II was made in Italy by Bencini, and sold under their own name, as the Comet Unimatic 800 and by others such as Boots as the Unimatic - somewhere around 1970. It is a simple 126 cartridge camera, with no adjustments, but with an unusual advance mechanism- the film is wound by pushing the shutter-release button sideways.
The body is mostly plastic, with a metal back door. Some of the plastic is finished in a very easily-scratched silvering.
Flash is provided by a flashcube socket, for which there are two AA batteries inserted into the base.