Fujifilm Clear Shot S AF

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The Fujifilm Clear Shot S was a lightweight compact camera taking 35mm film, introduced by Fuji in April 2004. It was part of the low-priced Clear Shot series of cameras with wide-angled lenses.


  • Lens: Fujinon 26mm, f/5.6
  • Infrared autofocus from 1m to infinity.
  • Albada viewfinder with framelines, central AF zone and parallax marks.
  • Automatic exposure with electronic shutter speeds of 1/4s (night mode) and 1/70s (daylight). (Note: This is a very slow top speed for a "modern" film camera, so a steady hand is required).
  • Integrated flash with red-eye reduction, forced fill/off and night mode.
  • Self-timer (12 second delay).
  • Easy-loading and autowind of DX-coded 100-400 ISO film.
  • Tripod socket.
  • Power: 2 AAA alkaline batteries.
  • Dimensions: 101x62x34mm.
  • Weight: 125 g (not including batteries).