The Ricoh FF-9 is a 35mm compact camera released by Ricoh circa 1988. It has a 35mm four elements f/35mm lens with a minimum focus distance of 0.8m. This lens is protected by a sliding lens cover. Uncovering the lens will power the camera. It has number of shooting modes that can be changed by a button on the right hand side of the body. Infinity mode (mountain), night infinity (dark mountain), TV (1/30 of a sec), continuous shooting mode, interval (1 photo every minute) and multiple exposure mode. This camera works perfect and it's in perfect condition.
Check some photos taken with this camera here.
- Lens: 35mm f/3.5. four element
- Focus distance of 0.8m
- Automatic film loading, winding and rewind
- Lcd screen: Film status and film exposure counter.
- Film: Dx Code film from 100 to 1600 Iso. Non coded film is treated as Iso 100.
- Flash: Built-in.
- Weight: 240g.
- Battery: 1X CRP2 (Not included)
Check the photos carefully as we are showing the cameras in all their glory, no makeup and no airbrushing. Some of the cameras have scars, but who doesn't in real life? It builds character and doesn't stop them from doing what they do best; take photos!