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The Ricoh FF-90 was a compact camera for 35mm film. The viewfinder camera had a 35mm lens, automatic film advance, autofocus and a built-in flash. This camera was also known as the FF-70 in Europe.

Ricoh FF-90 SpecificationsEdit

  • Type: 35 mm lens shutter type with automatic focusing
  • Lens: 35 mm F2.8 Rikenon lens, 5 elements, 5 groups
  • Focusing: Automatic focusing with pre-focus facility.
    • Distance measuring (shooting) range: 0.8m (2.6 ft) to infinity
    • Distance less than 0.8m (2.6 ft): out-of-focus warning ~ blinks, Shutter:
  • Programmed AE type electronic shutter, 2 - 1/500 sec.
  • Self-Timer: Built-in electronic type with sight and sound. Operating delay of approx. 10 sec.
  • Viewfinder: Albada type with bright-frame viewfinder (with parallax correction marks).
  • Magnification 0.44X, Field of view 84%.
  • Viewfinder Information: Field of View Frame, Parallax Correction Marks, Auto-Focus Frame, Zone Marks Exposure Adjustment With SPD photocell. Exposure coupling range EV2 ~ EV17 (ISO 100)
  • Exposure adjustment system: +2
  • Film Speed Range: ISO 25 ~ ISO 1600 (in 1/3 steps). Compatible with the DX-code system
  • Film Advance/Rewind: By a built-in motor. Automatic 1st frame setting. Automatic film reverse at the end of film
  • Film Loading: RICOH Auto-Load system
  • Exposure Counter: Additive, counts down during film reverse
  • LCD Display: Film loaded, Film advance, Film taken up onto film take-up spool, Exposure counter, Film reverse and reverse

completion, DX film, Exposure compensation, Number of exposure of film When DX film is used), Battery loaded, Battery low warning, Lens shield open/close

  • Built-in Flash: Automatic turn on electronic flash in dim light
  • Guide Number: 12 (ISO 100 m.). Exposure adjustment through flashmatic system
  • Interval Between Flashes: About 6 seconds
  • Number of Shots Possible: With new Alkaline batteries (under nominal temperature of 20°C)
    • Without using the flash unit: more than 100 rolls of 24 exp. film
    • When using the flash unit repeatedly: more than 10 rolls of 24 exp. film
  • Power Source: 2 penlight Alkaline batteries or 2 penlight Manganese batteries (Nickel Cadmium batteries cannot be used)
  • Dimensions: 128 mm (L) x 70 mm (H) x 41 mm (D)
  • Weight: 290g (without batteries)

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