Black_friday_en
Have an account? Login | New to Lomography? Register | Lab | Current Site:

Lomopedia: Fujifilm Clear Shot S AF

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

Check out these photos taken with the Clear Shot S AF by our very own community members:

All information used in this article were sourced from Fujifilm.

Liked this article? Then check out our Lomopedia series on the Magazine!

written by cheeo

No comments yet, be the first

Read this article in another language

This is the original article written in: English. It is also available in: Deutsch.