Generic Kineticolor Panorama

Generic Kineticolor Panorama
Generic Kineticolor Panorama

The Generic Kineticolor Panorama camera was manufactured in China from 1998 until 1998 when production stopped 26 years ago. The Kineticolor Panorama was designed to take 35mm, Cartridge Roll film. Unloaded, the camera weighs 107.00 g (3.77 oz.), and with film, 126.00 g (4.44 oz.).

General Information

Years Made1998 (26 Years Old)
Film35mm Film
Weight107.00 g (3.77 oz.)
Date AcquiredJune 29th, 2013
Country of ManufactureChina


Tripod Socket Integrated Flash Auto Focus Self Timer Date Back Hot Shoe Cold Shoe
No No No No No No No
Shutter Speeds:Fixed
Shutter Type:Simple Leaf
Aperture Settings:Fixed
Lens Mount:Integrated
Viewfinder:Plain with Panoramic mode
Focal Range:Fixed 35mm

Technical Notes

This Generic camera seems to be a camera sold on Princess Cruises ships or perhaps a promotional item. It features a panoramic mode which vertically condenses the viewfinder, as well as the film well. It has a flash indicator and flash selection on the lens control knob, it even features a spot for the flash, however these are all false features as the flash is false, and despite having a battery door and "open" icon, the door is a sealed part of the body of the camera.


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