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c1970s. 110 film, pocket camera. Built-in flash. Telephoto lens.

Keystone: EverFlash XR 308 camera

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 2003-02-28
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 $7
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by bill339 » Fri Sep 23, 2016 6:02 pm

Keystone was quite a competitor for Vivitar, Fujica, and many other 110 camera manufacturers. They copied many of the features of other cameras, and marketed their own version at very attractive prices. The XR308 Tele-Everflash is a good example. In size, features, and performance it is similar to several other 110 models, such as the Vivitar 815. Like the Vivitar, it came with a normal and a tele lens and a built-in flash. It accepts 100, 200, plus 400 speed film and uses two AA batteries. It has a flash-ready button and several other convenient features. This camera was first introduced in 1995 and sold for about $35 but now worth $15 in original box with instruction manual.

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