Hong Kong 1998 – Compact – 35 mm – infrequent.
Ginfax is a producer of electronic gadgets and optical goods including novelty cameras. The CC235F is a fun point and shoot 35 mm camera with built-in flash that transforms into a real size Coca-cola can produced at the end of the 90s.
Despite its primary role as an advertising accessory constructed entirely from plastic, the CC235F surpasses the status of a mere toy. Its design boasts genuine thoughtfulness. A particularly appealing attribute is the advance and rewind mechanism, ingeniously operated via the crown on the top of the can, toggled by flipping the pull top.
As nearly a quarter-century has passed since its production, the CC235F has undeniably evolved into a captivating collectible, evoking the vibrant spirit of the 1990s.
Even though it is an advertising item entirely made out of plastic, the CC235F is not properly a toy and actually shows a good design. A very nice feature is the advance/rewind mechanism that is controlled by the top crown of the can and is selected by flipping the pull top.
Considering it was produced almost 25 years ago, the CC235F is definitely a fun collectible now and carries with it some of the 90s vibe.