Jazz 35mm Model 506

Richard Webb

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Dear Customer:
This camera has a mechanical shutter. The trigger button must be pressed down to release the shutter.
You must to know that the camera has a built in flash circuit; circuit's components have a dangerous high voltage - we do not suggest to make any internal modification.
However, you may use an external magnet (electronically driven solenoid) and strike the trigger button to take a picture.
Camera will take a picture, advance the film, and be ready for the next shoot.
With this option, camera works at the original configuration: no any modification necessary.
Regards,
Mike Zawodny
Jazz Photo Corporation

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gizz

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Cool!
$9.97? Worth a shot.
Any links on the web to cam?
 

Tinhorn

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Also

What is the Battery Life of the Cam's battery's when the flash is left on?

Old Ponderous's Cam Battery's go dead in only 2 or 3 days (2 AA's)

Tinhorn
 

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