Ricoh RZ 750 Date
The RZ-750 is an autofocus compact camera for 35mm film, introduced by Ricoh in 1989. It is also known as the Shotmaster Zoom or TF-900 Zoom. The RZ-750 was Ricoh's top of the line compact camera of the day with exceptional creative capabilities. It incorporates special modes that are very unique for a compact camera. These are 'Continuous shooting mode', 'Interval shooting mode', ' Multiple exposure mode' etc. The camera is also compatible with a remote control device through its electrical socket. An optional dedicated 1.5X front tele-converter was also available, and it extends the maximum focal length of the lens to 114mm.
- Release Date: June 1989
- Lens: 38mm f/3.5 - 76mm f/6.7, 2.0X Zoom, 7 elements in 6 groups
- Focus: Single-point active autofocusing system, 61 focusing steps
- Focusing Range: 0.68 m - infinity
- Shutter: 3 - 1/500 sec.
- Film speed range: ISO 64 - 3200 (DX-code system)
- Built-in flash: G.N. 20 (ISO 100, m), Auto, Auto Fill-in
- Other features: Step zoom mode, Night photography mode, Continuous shooting mode, Interval mode, Multiple exposure mode, TV mode, Remote control socket
- Dimensions: 140 mm X 74 mm X 59 mm
- Weight: 365 g (without battery)
- Requires : CRP2 Battery
Condition : Refer photos on condition .
Includes : nil
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