Pikachu Toy Camera

The Pikachu Camera is a plastic 35mm toy camera, based on the popular Japanese anime Pokémon made by Tiger Electronics in 1999. The camera features big Pikachu on the front and the Diglett on the top is the shutter release button, which has a frame counter in a small round hole next to it. The shutter is single-speed, and the aperture and focus are fixed, actually unknown. The switch below the lens closes the lens and locks the shutter. The back hinges open, and the focal plane is glazed, where we find a very cool set of 150 pokemons that create a frame in every photo taken

Made by Tigger Electronics in 1999
Diglett on the top is the shutter release button
Built-in Flash as a pokeball
The shutter is single-speed, and the aperture and focus are fixed, actually unknown
Pikachu
35mm film format

According to a comment seen on a @mathieustern ’s youtube video about this camera, is that a Pika-shoot camera or a Point-and-chu? (we are very sorry lol)

Photographies by @jnsjuan He is a toy camera collector and has some amazing other cameras as well 

Illustration by @camxatca