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Marcy's Wittnette Camera Review:

I acquired this camera in a box of cameras given to me during a camera show in Puyallup, Washington. Completely plastic, including the "Wittnette Chrono lens", the camera accepts 620 film. So, you gotta re-spool 120. There's no "b" setting. The only control the photographer has over the exposure resides in a little lever below the lens. It says "14 b&w" on one end...then "13 color" on the other. You'll break a nail trying to move the lever along the slot. All it does is it changes the aperture. The b&w setting is smaller than the color. The body holds two AA batteries...and if you're lucky they won't be all corroded and leaking like mine were. The batteries are merely there to fire the flash. I don't have a flash attachment for it.

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McKeown's PRICE GUIDE TO ANTIQUE & CLASSIC CAMERAS 2001-2002 states, "Wittnette Reflex - c1959. Inexpensive [more like free] non-adjustable TLR-style box camera. Similar to the USC Reflex III. In presentation box with flash and accessories: $30-$50. Camera only: $1 - $10 [wouldn't you know it]"

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