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The Accord AF2000 is a compact camera for 35mm film. It has a F3.5 34mm wide-angle lens and a reverse Galilean bright frame finder with parallax marks and a round extra frame around the image center which is the autofocus zone. It has an automatic built-in electronic flash and an active infrared autofocus. It has to be switched on by opening the front sliding door which covers viewfinder and lens when closed. Near the viewfinder ocular is the "flash ready" control light which shines in orange neon light when the flash is idle. Film spooling and transport is fully automatic. A frame counter is placed near the shutter release button on top of the camera. Another window in the top indicates wether the film transport is working or not. The camera was made in Taiwan.