they have in common is the nickname the German's gave them. The "Ritsch-Ritsch Kameras"
were named for the sound they make when they opened and advanced the film.
Once unlocked the body of the camera slid to the side to expose the viewfinder. After shooting an image you
pushed the body closed then open again to advance the film, while doing that it made a gear grinding sound
In 1975 the model 2008 came out it was similar to older ones with the addition of the Flipflash and a Telephoto lens.
Flip Flash and a large red shutter release are also on the top.
the film and then to lock when closed.
black plastic finished to look like leather. The wrist strap is made of shiny metal adding to it's
good looks and quality build.
decent 4"x 6" snap shots. That and it made that funny sound when you advanced the frame. . . . . .