Ricoh One Take AF

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The One Take AF is an autofocus point-and-shoot camera for 35mm film, introduced by Japanese manufacturer Ricoh in the late 80's. This camera is a minor upgraded model with a new exterior design from the AF-45 released in 1985. There are a series of models that has almost the same features as this model but with a slightly better four element Rikenon Lens; AF-50, AF-60, AF-100 etc.


  • Lens: Ricoh Lens 35mm f/3.9, 3 elements in 3 groups
  • Focusing: Single-point active autofocusing system
  • Focusing Range:
  • Shutter:
  • Viewfinder:
  • Film Speed Range: by DX-code system
  • Built-in Flash: Automatic pop-up
  • Power Source: AA-type battery X 2 (alkaline or manganese)
  • Other Features: Self-timer
  • Dimensions:
  • Weight:

Model Variation

Lens Model Notes
Ricoh Lens 35mm f/3.9
3 elements / 3 groups
AF-45 / AF-55 original model
AF-60S new exterior design
One Take AF new exterior design
Rikenon Lens 35mm f/3.5
4 elements / 3 groups
AF-50 / AF-70 / Myport ELLE original model
AF-60 / AF-606 new exterior design
AF-100 / AF-500 major upgrade