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This brick-like 35mm film camera was Olympus' first compact camera with a built-in zoom lens. It had the name Infinity in the US. First retailing in 1987, the camera was quite advanced for a point and shoot model, but seems overly large and bulky by modern standards. It was the first camera in the AZ/Infinity/IZM series of zoom compacts.
- Automatic exposure, aperture and focus.
- Lens: 35-70mm f/3.5-6.7 (7 elements in 6 groups).
- Viewfinder zooms along with the lens.
- Macro mode for focussing down to 60cm.
- Built-in flash modes: auto, off, fill-in, slow sync. Recycling time is 3 seconds.
- Auto-loading, winding and rewinding of DX-coded film. One-touch continuous shooting for action sequences.
- 35.5mm filter thread.
- Other features: Self-timer, back light compensation, multiple exposure mode.
- Weight: 412g, without 6V CR-P2 battery).
Also available in a Quartz Date model.