This came in the Mail today, a Sedic Sport 110 camera.
I had one of these at some point, and was really taken with the design. I'm not sure how good a camera it is, but when it came up with the case and paperwork, I snagged it! It doesn't take batteries, which is a good thing as 110 cameras sometimes took oddball sizes. I like it!
At a local flea market I bought a Sedic electronic 35EF 35mm camera, changed the light seals, ran a film through it. It cast 50 pence. Nobody has heared of it, google does not know it, but I have it, is it the only one in the world or does someone else have one? It is identical to the Hanimex 35IF electronic, anyone? oh the results from the film were very good, as good as an XA2 perhaps.
With acknowledgement to Wikipedia, (and found via Google),
"Sedic Camera Company was a Japanese company that offered exposure light meters, pocket cameras for 110 film, and other cameras. As a subcontractor, it worked with Fujifilm and Hanimex. It is not known if it still exists (2007)."
Yes, I found that information already Stephen, thank you, but nothing about the Sedic itself. All that I have found was concerning the Hannimex IF which appears to be identical, and the data I have on the camera is written in french, which is not a problem as it happens, but no mention anywhere of my 50 pence camera.