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A zone focusing compact camera from Fuji, released in 1983. Known as the Auto Mate in Japan. Along with the DL-100, it was the first model to employ Fuji's "drop-in loading" mechanism. The built-in motor drive runs on 2 AA batteries. The lens is a 38mm f/4 Fujinon. The film speed is switchable between 100 and 400 ISO, which in turn switches the shutter speed from 1/100 to 1/ 300 s. Available in black, red and white.
|DL-20 in red|
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|DL-20 in white|
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- Lens: Fujinon 38 mm f/4, 3 elements/3 groups.
- Shutter: 1/100 (ISO 100), 1/300 (ISO 400).
- Focus: 3-zone focusing.
- Finder: Bright frame albada.
- Automatic film loading, winding, rewind.
- Manually activated flash.
- Film speeds: 100 or 400, switching between the two preset shutter speeds.
- Power: 2 x AA alkaline or manganese batteries.
- Dimensions and weight: 121 x 72 x 55 mm; 300 g.
- Introductory price: ¥30 000 (1983).
- Fujica DL-20 in Sylvain Halgand's collection (in French).