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The Sedic xf33 Automatic was a sophisticated pocket camera for type No. 110 film cassettes, made by Japanese meter maker Sedic. Flipflashes could be attached as well as an electronic flashgun. But the most significat feature of this camera was its lens in a round lens barrel. And last not least a grip with motor-drive for film advance could be attached (see image). The lens was a Sedic Color-Balanced f=26.5mm 1:5.6. It was focusable in 3 steps, and lens attachments for close-up, wide-angle and telephoto mode were available. The shutter had CdS-controlled speeds from 1/30 to 1/400 sec.