Marcy’s Action Camera Review: “really works!”
This camera was sent to me all the way from Washington, NJ -so you know it’s seen some action. The cardboard backing looks like a cartoon version of one of those New York Institute of Photography ads you used to see in Popular Photography magazine … “I never thought I could photograph naked chicks, but now I think I can!” Made in Hong Kong (Gasp! The Pearl of the Orient!), this completely plastic camera takes 16 images on 127 film. I shoulda taped it up ’cause there’re some major light leaks. Lightweight and ready for just about anything – that about sums it up. About 2 5/8″ tall, 3 3/8″ wide and 2″ deep. It’s got his little yellow wrist strap that’s just like plastic linguini. Kinda makes me hungry. Here’s to prove it “Really Works!”
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Comments (especially sarcastic comments) are always welcome. Negative commentary sloughs off like summer rain at a car show … making everything more aesthetically captivating and photogenic.
From the graphics I’m guessing it’s 1970’s though McKeown doesn’t list it. Must be RARE!
I had this in the 70’s. My very first camera. The packaging had the Pink Panther and the inspector on it.
Brian: The packaging is the best part!