Film Cameras

35mm Lens-Shutter Camera

AF 32


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Marketed March 1995
Original Price For export only (no Japanese market price)

Called the Prima Junior AF in Europe, this camera has a 32mm f/5.6 lens, a mechanical shutter with a single shutter speed of 1/125 sec., semi-automatic film loading, and a built-in flash which fires automatically in low light.

Type Semi-automatic 35mm Lens-Shutter autofocus camera
Picture Size 24×36 mm
AF System Two-step autofocus with near-infrared beam. 1 m to infinity.
Lens 32mm f/5.6 (3 elements in 3 groups)
Shutter Behind-the-lens mechanical shutter with single speed (1/125 sec.). No self-timer.
Viewfinder Albada reversed Galilean viewfinder with projected frame. 0.43x magnification and 80% coverage. Green OK-to-Shoot lamp on the right. Focusing mark.
EE CdS cell for full-auto simple program EE. Film speeds of ISO 100/200 and 400 (automatic switching) with DX code. At ISO 100/200: f/8 at 1/125 sec. with ambient light, and f/5.6 at 1/125 sec. with flash. At ISO 400: f/16 at 1/125 sec. with ambient light, and f/5.6 at 1/125 sec. with flash.
Built-in Flash Guide No. 10 (at ISO 100 in meters). Flash off/on switch provided. Flash range at ISO 100/200 flash auto mode: 1 m – 3 m. Flash charging time of approx. 5 sec. Red-eye reduction lamp provided.
Auto calendar programmed up to the year 2030. (Automatic correction for leap months and years.)
Power Source Two 1.5 V size-AA batteries
Film Loading &
Manual loading with slotted take-up spool. Manual advance to frame 1. Automatic film advance with built-in motor. Film advance speed: 1 fps.
Frame Counter Counts up. Resets automatically when camera back is opened.
Film Rewind Automatic rewind with rewind switch. Film leader is retained outside cartridge.
Dimensions &
119 x 68 x 51 mm, 215 g