Ricoh Myport 330 Super

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The Ricoh Myport 330 Super is an autofocus compact camera for 35mm film, introduced by Ricoh in 1995. It is also known as the RZ-3000, the Shotmaster 130Z, or the Q-130Z. This camera features an accurate 7-point passive multi autofocus system with 1024 focusing steps, easy 2-dial control, high-power zoom flash for tele shooting etc.


Specifications

  • Release Date: April 1995
  • Lens: 38mm f/4.5 - 130mm f/9.5, 6 elements in 3 groups
  • Focus: 7-point multi autofocus with single AF facility, 1024 focusing steps, Passive Autofocus with auxiliary AF light
  • Focusing Range: 1.0 m - infinity
  • Shutter: 2 sec. - 1/330 sec.
  • Film Speed Range: ISO 50 - 3200 (DX-code system)
  • Built-in Flash: Zoom flash, G.N. 17 - 21 (ISO 100/m), Auto/ On/ Off, Slow synchro, Red-eye reduction, Red-eye reduction slow synchro
  • Flash Range: wide 1.0 m - 5.3 m / tele 1.0 m - 3.2 m (ISO 100)
  • Other Features: Twin-dial selector with LED, Automatic backlight control, Super-night mode, Action mode, Portrait mode, Continuous shooting mode, Film pre-wind system, Optical remote control
  • Power Source: 3V Lithium battery (CR-123A) X 2
  • Dimensions: 128 mm X 72 mm X 52 mm
  • Weight: 295 g (without battery)


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