This camera from Fujifilm boasts easy-to-use features for the 35mm shooter whose main concerns are convenience and vivid photos. Read on to find out more about the Fujifilm Clear Shot S AF.
Released in 2004, Fujifilm’s Clear Shot S AF is a modern film camera in the point-and-shoot category. One quick look at the camera and any photographer can be easily fooled into thinking that it’s a digital shooter. A closer inspection will reveal that it’s actually a motorized analogue camera hiding beneath the aluminum finished body.
The Clear Shot S AF uses a 26mm Fujinon wide-angle lens that captures crisp and clean photos. This is all thanks to the auto focus feature of the Clear Shot S AF. Aside from that, this nifty shooter stays true to the Clear Shot family line with is big viewfinder that lets the shooter frame his/her photos easily.
Some of the features that make the Clear Shot S AF an easy favorite among snapshooters are the automatic film advancing, easy loading, red-eye correction, self-timer and auto-flash shooting in low-light conditions. There is also a Fujifilm Clear Shot S model that uses focus-free 26mm Fujinon f/6.3 lens.
Fujifilm Clear Shot S AF Technical Specs:
- Film: 35mm
- Lens: 26mm Fujinon f/5.6 3 elements
- Viewfinder: Albada viewfinder with AF frame, parallax correction guides, bright frame, flash ready lamp
- Focusing: Active type auto focus; 1m to infinity with AF lock
- Shutter Release: electronic shutter release at 1/70 sec and ¼ sec at night portrait mode
- Film Loading: Motorized
- Film Advance: Motorized winding and rewinding, provision for mid-roll rewinding
- Self-timer: about 12 seconds delay
- Power: 2 AAA Alkaline batteries
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All information used in this article were sourced from Fujifilm.
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