HANIMEX 110 DFTele

Submitted by Rysio on Sat, 12/12/2020 - 15:44

Cartridge 110 was introduced by Kodak in 1972 for pocket size Instamatic cameras. The new pocket cameras became immediately popular, and soon used it competitors for example series 16 of Minolta. Cartridge 110 includes a film with a width of 16 mm with a perforation at every frame of the bark is suitable for controlling the film. The film is secured with paper tape with printed numbers of frames that are visible through a small window behind the cassette and the larger window in the lid of the camera shows a window with a frame number plus a label with the parameters of the film.
In September 2009 Fujifilm ended production the 110 and it seemed that this standard is over. But in 2012, Lomography restored type 110 for life by creating a new brand of film Lomography Orca.
Hanimex 110 DF Tele - is a miniature video camera, made by Hanimex since 1984. The camera is designed for the film type 110.  Cartridge allows the execution of 20 images with dimensions of 13 x 17 mm. Construction of the camera is fairly simple.
The camera is equipped with a slider to the film advance. Camera optics features a switch for selecting one of two focal lengths. It has a built-in flash powered by two AAA batteries. The shutter is a simple only with one standard time. Only a few technical details I found about him ....
Data of my collection:
The camera I bought only for 10PLN. It is complete and mechanically operational. I did not check the flash. Unfortunately, I don't have a any cartridge.


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HANIMEX 110 DFTele
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