Film Cameras

35mm Lens-Shutter Camera




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Marketed March 1992
Original Price 19,800 yen (w/pouch)

Fully automatic compact camera with a large viewfinder, built-in flash, and a single focal length lens.

It was the first single focal length camera to have a red-eye reduction feature. The two-shot self-timer also lets you take two consecutive shots with a single self-timer operation.

Type Fully automatic 35mm Lens-Shutter fixed-focus camera
Picture Size 24×36 mm
Focusing None (fixed focus)
Lens 35mm f/4.5 (3 elements in 3 groups)
Shutter Electronic three-speed (1/45 sec., 1/60 sec., 1/250 sec.) shutter and aperture. Built-in electronic self-timer (Two consecutive self-timer shots can be taken by pressing the self-timer button twice.).
Viewfinder Reversed Galilean large viewfinder. 0.68x magnification and 80% coverage. Green OK-to-Shoot LED (lights for OK-to-Shoot and flash ready, turns off when battery is exhausted) and red-eye reduction lamp (lights and then blinks for single-shot or double-shot self-timer operation in AE mode).
EE CdS cell for full-auto simple program EE. Metering range of EV 10.5 – EV 16 (at ISO 100). Film speeds: ISO 100 and 200/400 (with DX code)
Built-in Flash Fixed built-in flash. Guide No. 9 (at ISO 100 in meters). Fires automatically in low-light conditions. Electronically-controlled automatic flash. Red-eye reduction lamp provided.
Power Source Two 1.5 V size-AA batteries
Film Loading &
Align film leader at mark, then close the camera back for auto loading. Automatic film advance with built-in motor. Film advance speed: 1 fps.
Frame Counter Counts up during film advance. Counts down during film rewind.
Film Rewind Automatic with built-in motor. Midroll rewind enabled.
Autodate Feature Year, month, day; day, hour, minute with LCD for imprinting.
Dimensions &
123 x 73 x 51 mm, 225 g