With its no-fuss shooting settings and motorized drive, the Konica Pop EF-80 is perfect for the casual snapshooter for those quick in-and-out shooting conditions.
There’s nothing fancy with the Konica Pop EF-80. It’s a straight up 35mm fixed focus shooter with a built-in flash for shooting situations that need quick pop of light. It also has a red eye corrector for portrait photography.
The EF-80 has motorized film winding and rewinding that makes shooting a breeze especially for those rapid fire snapshot moments. The mechanical whirring of the motor is pure delight to point-and-shoot enthusiasts.
Konica released a series of cameras in the Konica Pop EF family. Some cameras included in this line are the Konica Pop EF-7, EF-70, EF-5 and EFP-8. All cameras in the Konica Pop EF line use fixed focus shooting and plastic lenses. The Konica Pop EF cameras are lightweight due to the plastic body.
Konica Pop EF-80 Technical Specs:
Film Format: 35mm
Images size Size: 24 × 36mm
Film Advance: Motorized
Film Rewind: Motorized
Red Eye Correction: Yes
ISO: DX from 100-400
Viewfinder: Direct Optical Viewfinder
Flash: Built-in, manually switched on
Focusing: Fixed 1.3m to infinity
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