Fuji DL-30

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The Fuji DL-30 is a 1986 budget auto-focus camera, as can be seen in the modest lens specifications and the fact that it doesn't have motor drive. Instead, film is advanced using a thumbwheel and rewinds using a crank. A retracting lens barrier doubles as the on/off switch. It has a pop-up flash and supports DX coded film. A version in red was also sold called Rouge.


  • 35 mm f/4 lens, 3 elements/3 groups.
  • Programmed shutter ranging from 1/64 to 1/360 s.
  • Active infrared autofocus
  • Built-in pop-up flash.
  • Drop-in loading; no threading is needed, but film is wound using thumbwheel.
  • Reads DX coded films
  • Runs on 2 x AA batteries.
  • Dimensions: 125 x 73 x 46,5 mm.
  • Weight: 220 g.