The YF-20X is a fixed-focus point-and-shoot camera for 35mm film, introduced by Japanese manufacturer Ricoh in 1993. A version with a databack was also available and it was sold as the YF-20X Date.
This camera is one of the long selling series of Ricoh's compacts which features not-too-small body size, manual film speed rating, AA-type power source etc. Although it is categorized as a fixed-focus camera, it can focus on a distant subject by sliding the small lever located beside the lens.
- Released in May 1993
- Camera type : 35mm point and shoot camera
- Lens : Ricoh Lens 35mm f/4.5, 3 elements in 3 groups
- Shutter : mechanical, 1/125 sec. (fixed-speed)
- Focusing : fixed focus with infinity setting facility
- Exposure Control: fixed exposure
- Film Speed : manual setting, ISO 100 / 200 / 400 / 1000
- Built-in Flash : automatically activated in dim light conditions
- Other Features : automatic film loading, automatic film advance
- Power Source : two AA-type batteries
- Dimensions : 132 mm X 68 mm X 47.5 mm
- Body weight : 216g.
Includes : strap
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