Nice Fujifilm Discovery 270 35mm Film Camera Set – Available for Purchase

Fujifilm Discovery 270 (DL-270) 35mm Film Camera Set

Gently used Fujifilm compact 35mm camera set - complete with all original boxes, new batteries, Fujicolor film, Fujifilm padded camera case, all books and papers and of course, a fully working and 100% tested Discovery 270 camera. See additional details at https://www.ccstudio2380.com

$47.50

This is a super high-quality 35mm camera – 35-70mm Super-EBC Fujinon power zoom lens 

Panorama Mode in addition to standard 35mm 

Also known as the Fujifilm DL-270

First introduced in November 1994

Great way to get into film photography! Start shooting right out of the box! This is from our personal collection of fine Fujifilm cameras and is guaranteed to be fully working – right down to the date/time settings!

Give someone the gift of film photography!

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Chris and Carol ^.^

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Konica Z-up 60 35mm Compact Camera (New in Box) – Available for Purchase –

Hey all! Carol and I continue to downsize our collection (menagerie?) of really cool “modern classics” film cameras (whew)! This one is from Konica Minolta and is a nicely featured 35mm automatic camera that’s as new as the day it was made. It’s still in its original box and includes all the goodies that came with it plus a nice bonus of some Fujicolor film. It features a Konica power zoom lens from 35-60mm.

Check it out…

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Please visit our online store at https://www.ccstudio2380.com for more details and to purchase this nice camera set.

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It’s in perfect, fully tested and working condition and ready for Christmas!

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No worries about dating your pictures – I believe the calendar goes up to 2049!

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We’ve included new batteries and an expired roll of Fujicolor color negative film for making prints. We’ve used this film before and it still produces nice colors and contrast! We’ve got the original box, all papers, an unopened strap and a really nice Konica leatherette case.

Thanks for stopping by! Remember, check out our online store at https://www.ccstudio2380.com

Chris and Carol ^.^

Please respect that all content, including photos and text, are the property of this blog and its owner, Yashica Pentamatic Fanatic, Yashica Sailor Boy, Yashica Chris.

Copyright © 2015-2017 Yashica Pentamatic Fanatic, Chris Whelan
All rights reserved.

 

Fujifilm Smart Shot Deluxe – 1994

The Fujifilm Smart Shot Deluxe is one of the most basic modern cameras we have in our collection. It’s interesting to note that Fuji returned to using Fujifilm in its name with this camera vice using simply Fuji.

It was released in September 1994. It’s super small (compact) and lightweight (175g) but still featured drop-in loading and motor drive. It came packaged with Fujicolor Super G Plus 400 film and the box was designed with a hang tag for sale next to their films. The shutter is fixed at 1/100th of a second and the aperture is fixed at f8. Fixed focus is from 1.3 meters to infinity.

*** Please note: If you know what the U.S. (or MSRP in Japan) selling price was in 1994 that would be great! We have ¥12,000 which seems a tad high. Thanks ^.^

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One of the advertising tag lines for the Fujifilm Smart Shot series was – “a smart shot, a good price, a firm picture, a camera that looks good if you go for fun”! That may not be the best translation in the world but I think you get the idea.

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Fujinon f8 33mm plastic lens.

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Built-in motor drive and motorized film rewind. Sliding lens cover and crazy big flash button.

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Film view window and a cool Fujifilm logo on the back.

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Still made in Japan at this point in time which is surprising as most of the simple Fuji cameras were made elsewhere.

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Back in 1994 when this camera set was released, it came with a fresh roll of Fujicolor 400 film and 2 AA batteries. The film is a touch out of date.

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The owner’s manual is more of a fold out pamphlet and shares info with the Clear Shot Plus. The oversized button on the front left of the lens is the flash button. You press it and hold it until the flash ready comes on then you push the shutter release button on the top right. It’s odd that the flash “on” button is so big – designed to make it look maybe more sophisticated or cute.

I’m sure Fuji sold a bunch as they were nearly a disposable camera with a free roll of film and came with rebates for additional savings on film purchases.

I would say it’s a bit better than average for a mid 1990s camera and free film never hurts sales!

Thanks for your visit!

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Chris