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A daily look back at the toys, games, and objects that captured our attention as children and continue to fascinate us today.

110 Camera from Fisher-Price (1986)

Before digital photography became commonplace, Fisher-Price offered children, ages 5 and up, a camera that used 110 film cartridges. The camera was designed to be kid-friendly, complete with shock-resistant, cushioned end caps, a “break-away” neck strap, drop-proof film door, and built-in lens cover. Fisher-Price provided a fresh roll of 110-size Kodacolor VR film, a flip flash, and instruction booklet to round out the package.

The best part? No batteries required!

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