Vivitar 402

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The Vivitar 402 is among many cameras for 110 film. It is fixed-focus, has a 3-element all-glass f9.5 lens, and used magicubes for indoor photography. But while 110 film survives in production (albeit as a niche format), magicubes haven't been made for years. In 1975, the list price of the camera was US$31.95, and came with a magicube, flash extender, and a cassette of film.[1]