Overview The Ricoh FF-9 is a 35mm moderate wide angle ultra compact […]
The Fujifilm Zoom Date 145 is a simple to use compact camera. […]
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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.
The Robots are a world apart. They are ultra-small, spring-wound 35mm film […]
If you look at the Voigtländer Vito C, you are certainly reminded […]
Overview The Canon Dial 35 was first released in 1963. It already […]
Overview When the Rollei 35 was first released in 1966, it was […]
What is a Minolta 110 SLR Mk II? An extract from the […]
You may have looked at my first post about my 1964 Olympus […]
Overview The Yashica AW mini is a fully automatic and weatherproof 35mm […]
Overview The Olympus mju or mju I (Stylus in the US) was […]
The Yashica EZ Zoom 105 is a fully automatic point and shoot with a 38-105mm zoom lens that will produce beautiful photos at the push of a button!
After buying and using my 1964 Olympus Pen EE and purchasing two […]
The Ricoh Hi-Color 35 is a 35mm camera introduced in 1968 by Ricoh. The camera has a Cds meter and a variable aperture.
The Olympus mju III is an extremely small, fully automatic and water protected 35mm film camera with a wide zoom lens.
The Nikon AF600 is a 28mm wide-angle ultra-compact camera which was released in 1993. At its time it was the smallest and the lightest AF/AE camera.
Overview The Pentax Electro Spotmatic was the world’s first 35mm SLR with […]
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 […]