FujiFilm Discovery 270

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Including a Fujinon f/5-9.5 35mm to 70mm zoom lens, protected by a built-in lens cover. A focus distance of 0.9m to infinity, but at 70mm, it's from .65m to infinity. Multiple flash modes, including auto, red-eye, fill, and off. It uses a drop-in film loading system and able to accept DX-coded film from 50 to 1600 ISO. It also features a rewind function for the film transport; so, the exposure counter displays the number of exposures remaining and decreases as exposure is captured.
Included: Battery + 400 Film
Film Type: 35mm Film
Condition: Used
Released: 1994
Location: Japan



    The Fujifilm Discovery 270 Zoom (a.k.a DL-270 Zoom) is a 35mm compact zoom camera released in 1994 from Fujifilm (a.k.a Fuji). Fuji began producing cameras in 1948 with the Fujica Six. Until the late 1970s, Fujifilms's cameras were called "Fujica" -a contraction of Fuji and camera. The Discovery 270 Zoom is equipped with a Fujinon lens. Fujifilm had created the purest glass that was achievable at the time—using expensive platinum cauldrons.

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