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Film compact camera with autofocus zoom Part 6 !



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We present a FUJI FILM telephoto autofocus bifocal film compact camera released in 1987.



It is made of plastic in black color with gold-colored letters.
Red accent line on the grip section.

The built-in flash, which goes up when the camera is in use, and the viewfinder and light-receiving window are designed to resemble the headlights of a car.

The FUJINON LENS is a two-focus system, with a switch on the side that switches between 35mm wide-angle and 70mm telephoto.

On the top side, there is an LCD film counter, shutter button, and buttons for film rewind, self-timer, and strobe off.

Rear view.
On the top are the main and lens open/close switches, and the LCD panel for the date.

The body design has the lens portion protruding forward.

The bottom of the camera.
There is a battery cover and a support screw for mounting a tripod.

This time, we introduced FUJI FILM’s telephoto autofocus dual-focus compact camera, which was released in 1987.

This camera was equipped with a bifocal lens, which is quite rare.
It was also an interesting film camera, as the flash could be turned off.

FUJI FILM has quite a lineup of Cardia series cameras, and we would like to introduce them to you again when we have a chance!

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Writer Takashi Okumura