Yashica Microtec Zoom 70
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Yashica Microtec Zoom 70 Limited Edition Black featuring a built-in flash has five different modes, including red-eye Reduction. This camera comes with a wrist strap and a field case with a shoulder strap. Infrared active autofocus. Power zoom from 35-70mm. Maximum aperture f/4.5-8.3. Minimum focus distance: 60cm. Zooming viewfinder with a focus-lock indicator. Auto-exposure with center-weighted metering; shutter speeds from 2-1/333s. Multiple flash modes. Self-timer with 10s delay. DX-decoding for automatic Film speed (ISO) selection (50-3200) with 35mm films. Film advance: Motorwind and automatic rewind.
- Included: Original packaging from 1996 + Original Case+ Battery + 400 Film
- Film Type: Film
- Condition: New
- Released: 1996
- Location: Tokyo, Japan
The Yashica Microtec Zoom 70 is a compact zoom-lensed camera from Kyocera, released in 1996. Kyocera, originally a ceramics manufacturer, was founded in 1959 as Kyoto Ceramic Co. Ltd. After changing the brand’s name to Kyocera in 1982, the business decided to focus on camera production in October 1983, when it acquired Yashica Company Ltd. Initially, the company continued to produce evolutionary camera designs under the Yashica and Contax brands, such as the Yashica FX-3 and Contax 159MM.