This rare camera is in the permanent design collection at the Museum of Modern Art in New York City, designed by Lorenzo Porcelli and Paul Miller in 1975. http://www.moma.org/collection/artist.php?artist_id=4697
You simply slide the silver portion out to take a picture and then close and open it again to wind the film. You close it again, to protect the lens, no camera case needed. Brilliant simple design at it's best! The camera is brand new, and takes 110 film. It also uses 4 AAA batteries for the flash (batteries not included). There is a small tear on the inside of the box, as shown in picture, which happened while we were removing the camera to photograph it.
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