FUJI Tele Cardia 160 Point and Shoot 35mm Film Camera
►Released in 1990s; Japan model
From Fuji's popular entry-level series, the Fuji Tele Cardia 160 Date is a fully automatic 35mm point and shoot film camera first released in 1988 for the Japanese market. This camera incorporates a bifocal lens system which allows the user to easily switch between normal (50mm) and wide (35mm) focal lengths. Some of the highlights of the camera include:
- Fully automatic and autofocusing point and shoot - all you'll need to do is load film! Film advance is automatic, to activate the motorized film rewind when the film roll reaches its end count, switch on the "rewind" button located next to the viewfinder.
- Features Fuji's signature drop-in loading that makes loading film simple, especially for beginners
- Fujinon Dual Lens 35mm and 50mm, switching of the two lens via the switch located next to the camera lens
- Built-in automatic flash
Skill level: Beginner
Power source: 2 x AA Battery
Sample images: link here (Similar model)
Great condition of camera body, minor signs of usage on body from normal wear, no significant cosmetic damage, see product images for reference. Clear lens free from dust, fog and fungus. Bright and clear viewfinder. Flash positive. Film advance and shutter release smoothly operating. Film counter positive. Mechanically is it thoroughly tested and is in fully working order.