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A product of the mid-1960s, it features the West German made ZEISS IKON Range & View Finder. The 250 also had the features of the Automatic 100 featuring simple drop-in film pack, automatic electronic shutter, and three element lens. The 250 was a metal bodied camera with hinged plastic cover, folding viewfinder, and black bellows. This camera utilized a flash bulb unit called a Flashgun (#268) and used type M-3 flash bulbs. You can expect to pay between $15-35 for this model largely due to the addition of the Zeiss Finder.