Vivitar 742 XL Point 'N Shoot

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The Vivitar 742 XL Point 'N Shoot is a 110 format camera distributed by Vivitar in the early 1980s. At that time the camera was considered the top of Vivitar's 110 format line[1] The camera includes a built-in electronic flash, an all-glass 24mm f/1.9 lens, automatic exposure, and a shutter range of 1/800 to 5 seconds. The camera was sold as a "Prestige Pack" that include a wrist strap. A padded vinyl carrying case was also available.

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Specifications

  • Badging: Vivitar
  • Manufacturer:
  • Film Format: 110
  • ISO range: 100 or 400
  • Lens: 24m f/1.9, 5 elements, all-glass
  • Focusing: 6 m (2 feet) minimum distance, Superimposed image rangefinder, "pin-out focusing"
  • Shutter: 1/800 to 5 seconds
  • Exposure: Automatic via "EE sensor"
  • Flash: Electronic, 8 sec recycle, range 18 feet with ISO 100, 37 feet with ISO 400
  • Flash sync: 1/60
  • Weight: 272 g (9.5 oz)
  • Batteries: 1.5V AA (2)
  • Vivitar stock number: 0067140


Photos


References

  1. Vivitar Photographic Products, Fall 1980, p42

Links

Week 149 - Vivitar 742 XL: Flickr photo set by pho-Tony - photos of and with the camera

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