RICOH LX-33W 35mm Point and Shoot Film Camera
►Released in October 1993
The LX-33W is a fixed-focus compact camera introduced by Japanese manufacturer Ricoh in 1994. The LX-33W is the model featuring a splash-proof body and a red-eye reduction system! Some of the highlight features of the LX-33W includes:
- Fully automatic and autofocusing point and shoot - all you'll need to do is load film!
- 34mm f/4.5-f/11.5 Fixed lens
- Automatic flash with red eye reduction
- Mid-roll rewind, when selected (located at top control panel of the camera), allows you to rewind your film roll manually
- Panorama feature crops the image into a long horizontal strip to mimic a panorama image ratio
Skill level: Beginner
Sample images: link here
Great condition of camera body with some signs of usage from normal wear, please refer to detailed product images. Lens is clear, free from dust, scratch, fungus and fog. Viewfinder is bright and clear. LCD screen positive. Flash positive. Mechanically it is in fully working condition.
2 x AA batteries