The Croma Color 16 camera was distributed by Croma Inc. in circa 1950. The manufacturer is unknown but was located in Japan. It was constructed of bakelite plastic and was made in four colors, red, green, brown and black. It was similar to the Whittaker Pixie and the Mycro Fine color Hit Type cameras. It took 12 x 14mm exposures on standard 16mm paper-backed subminiature roll film. It featured a fixed focus lens with two aperture settings f/8 and f/11. The camera measures approximately 2 3/8 wide X 1 7/16 deep x 1 13/32 inches high.
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