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A very old concept of rollfilm box camera ([[Kodak No. 1]]) was revived as single-use concept with the '''Hollywood Camera'''. For development of the 12 exposure film roll the whole camera had to be sent with user address written and 6 cent stamp put on it to its manufacturer Encore Camera Co., P.O. Box 208, Hollywood 28, Calif. , or P.O. Pox 222, Delano, Calif. . The developed film and prints were sent back from there together with coupons for unprintable exposures. The box had a prepayment slot to put in $1.25 for development or a smaller amount together with coupons. It had a sports finder on top, a simple shutter for instant mode with shutter release lever, a red exposure counting window in the back, and a film advance knob.
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A very old concept of rollfilm box camera ([[Kodak No. 1]]) was revived as single-use concept with the '''Hollywood Camera'''. For development of the 12 exposure film roll the whole camera had to be sent with user adress written and 6 cent stamp put on it to its manufacturer Encore Camera Co., P.O. Box 208, Hollywood 28, Calif. , or P.O. Pox 222, Delano, Calif. . The developed film and prints were sent back from there together with coupons for unprintable exposures. The box had a prepayment slot to put in $1.25 for development or a smaller amount together with coupons. It had a sports finder on top, a simple shutter for instant mode with shutter release lever, a red exposure counting window in the back, and a film advance knob.
   
 
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