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#464 Pocket Camera
Years Made:
Fisher-Price Toy Department
Department 1:
Audio, Visual, Musical, Educational & Electronics
1974-1991


1974-19??


19??-1991


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Description: In 1967 Fisher-Price introduced their very first pretend camera as the #784 Picture Story Camera with a built-in film strip with 8 different pictures of farm animals. The #464 Pocket Camera replaced the #784 in 1974. The #464 has an all-plastic case that resembles the then-popular Kodak cameras. Opposed to 8 different pictures of farm animals, the #464 has 27 pictures of a trip to the zoo! Press the camera's button to advance the pictures and to make the flash cute turn automatically. Designed for children ages 2 to 5 years old.
Accessories:
  • FPT2155 - Rectangular hand-held child-size plastic camera that has a white top and a red bottom. The camera has a yellow plastic flash cube with blue and red flashburst lithographs on the sides. The flash cube turns and pictures inside that change when the yellow advance button is pushed. Has a litho on top marked, "Pocket Camera". Top edge has a raised imprint marked, "Fisher-Price" (no color). The 27 pictures inside depict children and their trip to the zoo. The camera has a blue and white braided rope carry strap for portability. Measures 6" wide, 2-5/8" deep, 2-1/2" tall.

Variations: None.

  • FPT2156 - Rectangular hand-held child-size plastic camera that has a white top and a red bottom. The camera has a yellow plastic flash cube with lithographs on the sides: 2 stars, 3 hearts, yellow chick in a egg, and a pink butterfly. The flash cube turns and pictures inside that change when the yellow advance button is pushed. No litho on top. Top edge has a raised imprint marked, "Fisher-Price" (in blue). The 27 pictures inside depict children and their trip to the zoo. The camera has a blue and white braided rope carry strap for portability. Measures 6" wide, 2-5/8" deep, 2-1/2" tall.
Other Information:
  • This camera was sold in a 7-5/8" long, 6-11/16" high, 2-7/8" deep box.
  • This camera was replaced in 1992 with a different colored Kiddicraft Fisher-Price camera, the #5752 Pocket Camera. The camera is the same shape and size, only colored differently.
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