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Secret Book 110 camera

Secret_book

110 film revolutionised photography in the 70s, making cameras easier to use and easier to load. But not as easy as the digital cameras that have now made the film more or less extinct. Except in Japan of course.

And from Japan comes the Secret Book camera. Yes, shaped like a vintage book, youu just pull off the casing and spine to expose a retro-styled camera that uses 110 film for capturing your precious moments.

It’s sized at just 4.5 x 1.5 inches and if you’re worried about getting the film (which can be developed at any specialist camera store), you can order that online too. The camera cost $55 (around £30). See over for a pic of the camera in book form.

Find out more at the Fred Flare website


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  • You can probably guess from the cover sleeve on the seller’s site, but the title translates from Russian as “Fairy Tale of Bambi’s Twins” — the American edition was called “Bambi’s Children”, and was a sequel to the book Disney’s movie was based on.