Launched in 1986 as the successor to the AFL, the Olympus AF-1 was a product of intensive market research and design. It was the world’s first weather-proof camera that users could shoot without worrying about easy breakage and compromised performance. The AF-1 was also simple to use. Being a point-and-shoot camera, it can be easily taken out for quick shooting when needed — all thanks to its reliable autofocus system. Not to mention it was light and affordable: two good characteristics that any casual photographer can appreciate.
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