Concord Camera Corp. Neon Lites 110EF

Concord Camera Corp. Neon Lites 110EF
Concord Camera Corp. Neon Lites 110EF

The Concord Camera Corp. Neon Lites 110EF camera was a film camera.. The Neon Lites 110EF was designed to take 110, Cartridge Roll film. The camera requires 2, AAA batteries. Unloaded, the camera weighs 131.00 g (4.62 oz.), with batteries 151.00 g (5.33 oz.), and with film, 163.00 g (5.75 oz.). Features include integrated flash.

General Information

Film110 Film
Weight131.00 g (4.62 oz.)
Date AcquiredFebruary 2nd, 2013
Battery2 x AAA
Country of ManufactureChina


Features

Tripod Socket Integrated Flash Auto Focus Self Timer Date Back Hot Shoe Cold Shoe
No Yes No No No


Comments (2)

Susan Evans wrote on September 23rd, 2016
Is there a way to find out if there's any resale value on these cameras?
CameraHistoryProject wrote on October 11th, 2018
Hi Susan! We bought this camera in a lot of 15 in an auction, so we don't have an actual purchase price for just this device, but since it is a low quality China device that uses 110 film (both poor quality and no longer produced), I can not see this fetching more than a few dollars.

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