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It's a Mitsuba TC-5000 -- ID on the box & camera body

As noted --- everything I see indicates this is a Mitsuba TC-5000 optical zoom 35mm camera 'Made in China' and there's even a new Fuji film cassette within the camera. There's also a detachable flash setup which tightens down to the body for storage,. the cvamera body also tightens down. Is this perhaps a discontinued item....or....is this like some rip-offz idea of a {bad} joke???

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SOURCE: How do I turn the flash on my camera? It is a Mitsuba DV304.

You move the joystick to the left to enable the flash!.... took me forever to figure it out lol.... hahaha

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