Ricoh MyPort Zoom Mini
The Myport Zoom mini is an autofocus point-and-shoot camera for 35mm film, introduced by Ricoh in 1992 as the world's smallest 35mm compact camera with a zoom lens. When it was introduced into the market, this camera was distinctly smaller than the most compact point-and-shoot cameras with a zoom lens of the day, it was even smaller than the majority of compacts with a fixed focal-length lens. The Myport Zoom mini was hailed as the first ever true shirt-pocketable zoom when it was introduced.
Apart from its remarkable body size, this camera has some very unique features for a compact camera, such as Continuous shooting mode, Super-night mode and TV mode. It is also compatible with various electrical devices through its remote control socket.
This camera is also known as the Shotmaster Ultra Zoom or the FF-10 Zoom.
Myport Zoom mini series cameras were made in Japan and Taiwan.
- Release Date: February 1992
- Lens: 38mm f/4.5 - 60mm f/6.9, 1.6X Zoom, 5 elements in 5 groups
- Focus: Single-point active autofucus system, 30 focusing steps
- Focusing range: 0.6m - infinity (telephoto), 0.8m - infinity (wide angle)
- Shutter: 1 sec. (super-night mode), 1/4 -1/300 sec. (normal mode)
- Film Speed Range: ISO 64 - 3200 (DX-code system)
- Built-in Flash: G.N. 19m (ISO 100), Auto / On / Off
- Other Features: Automatic backlight compensation, Continuous shooting mode, TV mode, Super-night mode, Self-timer, Remote control socket, Film door safety lock
- Dimensions: 119.2mm X 66.5mm X 40.0mm
- Weight: 230 g (without battery)
- Requires : 3V CR123A lithium battery
Condition : Refer photos on condition .
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