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It uses 3 volt CR2 - battery. (Other codes from different manufacturers: DLCR2, DLCR2B, RLCR2, KCR2, EL1CR2, RLCR2-L, CR-2, 5046LC).

The film is APS (Advanced Photo System) which allows you to predefine the picture size (Normal, wide, panoramic). It is clearly stated in the package.

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