The YF-20 Super is a point & shoot camera for 35mm film, introduced by Ricoh in 1989. This camera was designed primarily to meet the demand from the markets in developing countries; people had a preference for a camera of not-to-small body size. This camera is categorized as a fixed-focus point & shoot, it can focus on a distant subject by sliding the tiny lever located below the lens. This camera made in Tokyo, Japan in 89' is in perfect condition working really good.
- Lens: Ricoh Lens 35mm f/4.5, 3 elements in 3 groups
- Focus: fixed-focus, with infinity setting facility
- Film speed range: manual setting, ISO 100/ 200/ 400/ 1000
- Flash: Built-in activated by sliding flash switch, low light warning LED
- Flash range: 1.2 m - 3.1 m (ISO 100)
- Weight: 220g. (without battery)
- Battery: one 3V lithium CR123A or twoo AA-type batteries (Not included)
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