Vivitar Opus 20

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The Vivitar Opus 20 is a later example of a mainstream 110 film camera (not counting 2010s-era novelties such as the Diana Baby 110). It is mentioned as being a new product in a 1993 magazine.[1] It gave the 110 camera a modern new look, and featured motor-driven film advance, a built-in flash, and red eye reduction (an extremely rare feature in a 110 film camera), although it remained fixed-focus. One thing which kept 110 film in the mainstream during the 1990s was its use for children's cameras, and indeed, the January 1994 edition of Popular Photography recommends the camera for kids.[2]