The first version of the camera Mick-a-matic 1969 Mickey Mouse. The camera comes complete with original box, carrying strap and the advertising brochure. The Mick-A-Matic resembles the head of Mickey Mouse. The camera lens is on Mickey's nose, his forehead contains the viewfinder. The first version of the Mick-A-Matic takes a picture when the user pulls the right ear of Mickey. It was not possible to adjust the aperture or shutter speed and focus the image. The Mick-A-Matic contained a film cassette with size 126 (Instamatic), which could be inserted the head opening in the center. Status: Missing viewer and right ear was broken but is well glued. The box shows signs of wear.