RICOH AF-5D Point and Shoot 35mm Film Camera
►Released in 1980s; Japan
The Ricoh AF-5 is a point and shoot compact camera for 35mm film with integral flash and autofocus, manufactured by Ricoh in the 80s. It was released as rivals from the highly rated Canon Sure Shot/AF35M and Nikon L35AF, and is capable of similar results.:
- Automatic film advance with motor rewind via the switch on the top of the camera - To rewind a film roll, you must first press the "R" button located at the bottom of the camera which releases the film, then switch on the "Rewind" switch located at the top of the camera - this will activate the auto motor rewind.
- Lens: 38mm/f2.8 Color Rikenon (Tessar-style 4 elements in 3 groups). Filter diameter 46mm. Autofocus with pre-focus from 1m-infinity.
- Built-in pop-up flash, 7 second recharge time. To turn off flash, simply hold down the pop-up flash.
Skill level: Beginner / Intermediate
Sample images: link here
Power source: 2 x AA battery
Great condition of camera body with light signs of usage from normal wear, please refer to detailed product images for cosmetic condition of camera. Clear lens free from dust, fog and fungus. Bright and clear viewfinder, minor dust. Flash positive. Film advance and shutter release smoothly operating. Mechanically it is in fully working order. Comes with attached lens cap.