Generic Suntone MM252

Generic Suntone MM252
Generic Suntone MM252

The Generic Suntone MM252 camera was a film camera.. The Suntone MM252 was designed to take 35mm, Cartridge Roll film. Unloaded, the camera weighs 112.00 g (3.95 oz.), and with film, 131.00 g (4.62 oz.).

General Information

Film35mm Film
Weight112.00 g (3.95 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 Yes
Shutter Speeds:Fixed
Shutter Type:Simple Leaf
Aperture Settings:Fixed
Lens Mount:Integrated
Focal Range:Fixed, 35mm

Technical Notes

This Generic camera seems to be like many of our more dumpy Vivitar cameras, though I'm not positive as to whom the manufacturer is of this item.

The camera, oddly enough, seems to feature a hotshoe -- look further, through the viewfinder, and you'll see that this is simply a stump of metal sticking through the plastic. It would work fantastic as an accessory shoe or cold shoe -- just there's no flash sync available. Construction is quite shoddy, and the film's backing plate is false. Overall, this camera would probably take out of focus, incorrectly exposed pictures quite often.


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