Fuji DL-300

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The DL-300 is a point and shoot autofocus compact 35mm film camera released by Fuji in 1986. Date version was available as DL-300 Date, but in Japan it was known as the Cardia Hite Date.

It uses a Fujinon 35mm f/2.8 lens made from 4 elements in 4 groups. The closest focus distance is 0.8m. The lens is protected by a sliding cover. The electronic shutter has speeds from 1/4 up to 1/330 if a sec. But with flash on the minimum speed is 1/45. The film transport features drop in film loading along with pre-wind. DX coded film with a range of 100 to 1600 ISO can be used. Power is with a CR-P2 lithium battery.

A add on 1.3x teleconverter was also available.