Ricoh Shotmaster Tru-zoom
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The Shotmaster Tru-zoom is a fully-automatic 35mm camera released from Ricoh in June 1992. It is also known as the RZ-900 or Myport Zoom 90 or with panoramic Myport Zoom 90PS or Q-Super 90Z.
- Lens: 38mm f/4.5 - 90mm f/7.2, 2.4X Zoom, 7 elements in 7 groups
- Focus: 5 spots multi AF, 0.5 m - inf. (normal mode), fixed 0.25 m (super-macro mode)
- Shutter: 1 - 1/400 sec.
- Film Speed Range: ISO 64 - 3200 (DX code system)
- Buil-in Flash: G.N. 24 m (ISO100)
- Other features: Single-spot AF, Soft-flash, Super-Macro, TV mode, Electric remote control socket
- Power Source: 6V lithium battery (CR-P2)
- Dimensions: 142mm X 73.5mm X 57mm
- Weight: 355g (without battery)
- Myport Zoom 90 on Ricoh official website (in Japanese)
- Shotmaster Tru-zoom manual at Mike Butkus' Orphan Cameras