The Lexio 70, introduced in 2000 by Konica, was a very compact Zoom lensed camera with an impressive specification. Housed in a metal case was some advanced technology that placed this at the premium end of the point and shoot market.
| Lexio 70 LCD|
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An auto-date version was available, along with a remote controller.
- Type: 35mm film lens-shutter compact camera with automatic CdS-metered exposure and an autofocus zoom lens.
- Lens: Konica 28-70mm zoom. Max. aperture f/3.4-7.9. Six elements in six groups.
- Auto-focus from 0.7m to infinity.
- Shutter speed range: 1.3-1/500s.
- Backlight correction mode: +1.5EV.
- Film speed: ISO 25-3200 via DX Encoding.
- Finder: Auto-zooming with framelines, parallax reminders, LED warnings.
- Backlit LCD shows frame number, battery power remaining, and icons for several modes: auto, red-eye reduction, self-timer/remote control, forced flash, slow-synch night flash, disabled flash, +1.5EV compensation, infinity focus, macro.
- Integrated flash: Automatic flashmatic system for correct power. Operating range at 28mm focal length is 0.7-5.4m at ISO 100. 0.7-2.3m at 70mm. 5 second recharge.
- Film advance: Auto-load, wind and rewind. Manual rewind also available.
- Power: One CR2 battery.
- Dimensions: 108.5×59.5×34mm.
- Weight: 180g (without battery).
- ↑ Source for specifications: Instruction manual