Olympus AF-1 Twin point and shoot camera with 35mm and 70mm lens at the flick of a switch (known as the Infinity Twin in the USA). Released in 1988.
This camera has two lenses with different focal lengths; a 35mm f3.6 for wide-angle close-ups or a 70mm f6.3 telephoto lens, for shooting distant subjects. It has an auto-flash. Another special feature, which was unusual for the time, as was the Olympus AF-1 Twin’s water resistance.
A true point and shoot from Olympus requiring the minimum of intervention from the photographer. It uses DX coding to discover the film speed and automatically sets the exposure and transports the film.
This camera uses 35mm film; Colour, Black & White or Slide film.
Requires 2 x CR123 3V batteries.
Can be mounted on a tripod (not included) for low-light photography.
The Olympus AF-1 Twin has an easy to operate 10-second self-timer.
When you’re finished, a protective cover slides in front of the lenses and viewfinder.
Made in Japan.
In excellent used condition.