The Olympus AF10 Super (Infinity Junior in the US) was released in 1987, a fully automatic 35mm film camera. It inherited the sliding cover design from the XA. Small and lightweight, with an integrated flash, it’s smaller than the XA with flash attached.
My New Olympus Pen EE, 1964 – What’s in the Box? (Blog […]
You may have looked at my first post about my 1964 Olympus […]
Overview The Olympus mju or mju I (Stylus in the US) was […]
After buying and using my 1964 Olympus Pen EE and purchasing two […]
The Olympus mju III is an extremely small, fully automatic and water protected 35mm film camera with a wide zoom lens.
The Pentax Auto 110 was the world’s first and only subminiature ‘SLR system’. A classic design which is a sought after collectors’ item.
Overview The Olympus mju II is probably the smallest fully automatic and […]
Overview The Olympus XA is one of the two smallest 35mm film […]
I bought an Olympus Pen EE, see what I got in the box and my first thoughts on this wonderful 1960s camera and where to buy one for yourself.
The Olympus OM-1 was introduced in 1972 and came into the shops in 1973. It is a small compact, all manual, film all-mechanical Single Lens Reflex camera.
My latest camera the Olympus TG-6 seems to have more Pros for the pound than most. My first thoughts.
Have you wondered what camera would be best for you when in the outdoors? Should you use a smartphone or upgrade to a compact, DSLR or mirrorless camera?