Vivitar LF tele

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The Vivitar LF tele is a 110 format camera marketed by Vivitar in the 1970s. The camera has a built-in flash powered by two AA batteries. The camera is fixed focus with a selection of either a normal or telephoto lens, selected by a slide switch on top of the camera. The camera has a mechanical leaf-type shutter. A similar camera without the selectable telephoto lens was marketed as the Vivitar LF.

Color Variants

  • All-black - this is the most commonly seen
  • Black and gray - rare
  • Neon yellow and black - Sold in a blister pack with a pair of matching sun glasses under Vivitar's L.A. Brites trademark brand.
  • Neon orange and black - sold under Vivitar's L.A. Brites trademark brand
  • Neon pink and black - sold under Vivitar's L.A. Brites trademark brand
  • Neon blue and black - sold under Vivitar's L.A. Brites trademark brand
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