Yashica Acclaim/Ultima 100
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The Yashica Acclaim 100 (or Ultima 100 in many markets) was an autofocus point & shoot for APS film, apparently released in about 1996. It used all the automation standard with the APS system, including PQI, and had an active infrared beam system autofocusing down to about 16". The Acclaim 100 does not have a zoom lens, but a fixed 25mm f/4.0 triplet design (in 35mm equivalent terms this would be 32mm, or a medium wide angle). A CR2 lithium battery is needed to power the camera.
As with all APS cameras, today finding an accessible source for film and processing may prove challenging.
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