|Matthew Rottman (Image rights)|
|image by LiamCH (Image rights)|
The Halina Micro 100 and the Haking Micro 100 were the same type of camera for type No. 110 film cartridge.
The cartridge was just attached to the camera so that only half of the cartridge was covered. A very thin thumb wheel for film advance, a collapsible viewfinder frame, a pill size shutter release button and a simple little lens with shutter, that's all. An inscription says "Fabriqué à Hong Kong". The camera has a dust cover for its back, used when no film ist attached. The user's manual is printed as miniature images onto that dust cover and onto the camera bottom. The camera was also marketed as Ansco 50.