Too big for a paper weight...too ugly as a door stop.
Historic though. First camera with built in electronic flash. However, the designers put the
weight of the step-down transformer for the battery charger, into the body of the camera.
An Instamatic camera with the bulk and heft of a MF camera.
Proprietary film cartridge meant that all film had to be purchased from, and developed by, Fotron.
At a time when Kodak was selling 126 cartridge cameras for about $15-$20,
Fotrons were sold door-to-door for $350-$500.