Produced: 1960-1964 / Original Retail: $172.50
Estimated Production: 27,000 - (35,000)
Similar to the Model 110A except:
Produced: 1957-1960 / Original Retail: $169.50
Estimated Production: 92,000 - 100,000
Quite a bit different than the Model 110:
Note: This camera is sometimes found with a different lens/shutter combination (i.e. an Ennit lens in a Prontor shutter). These variations may have only been offered in versions sold outside North America.
Produced: 1952-1957 / Original Retail: $249.50
Estimated Production: 14,000 - (21,000)
Note: Early production models have a pushbutton film release switch and film spool clips as in the original Model 95; later models have the flip-style switch for the film release as in the 95A and later cameras. In addition, some examples of this camera have some chrome-plated trim rather than plain base metal. The presense of chrome plating would seem to be random, however, and does not appear to correspond consistently to cameras of particular serial number ranges.
Produced: 1954-1957 / Original Retail: $??.??
Estimated Production: Insufficient Data (probably < 10,000)
Similar to the Model 95A except:
Note: Not to be confused with the far more common "Automatic 100" packfilm camera, which is an entirely different model.
Collector's Note: Very Uncommon. All of the (few) examples of this camera that I've seen have a covering that is black in color. I've heard said that a grey version may also exist, but I've never seen any real evidence to support this.