Olympus MJU Zoom 70*
The µ[mju:] ZOOM was a fully automatic 35mm compact camera introduced by Olympus in 1993. It was very small and curvy for a zoom camera and was the lightest in its class back in ’93. with an integrated lens cover. It is switched on by shifting the lens cover to one side. It was part of the hugely successful Olympus mju/Stylus series. Advertised as ‘weatherproof’, that is, able to operate and flash in rain and snow. Unlike the basic mju/Stylus, the auto-flash popped-up at an angle when used, and when the flash is pressed down by hand, the camera will enter a ‘standby’ state, and can be reactivated by sliding the zoom lever.
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Lens: 35-70mm zoom, f/4.5-6.9
Active autofocus with 200 steps, closest focus: 60cm. Pre-focus lock enabled.
Film format: 35mm DX-coded film, ISO 50-3200.
Automatic exposure with programmed shutter speeds, thought to be 1/5-1/400s on some models and up to 2 seconds or even B (bulb) on others.
Autowind and rewind.
Integrated flash with multiple modes. (On the Stylus Zoom DLX, night-flash mode has a shutter speed of 2 seconds and rear-curtain synch).
LCD display with battery check and frame counter.
Power: 3V lithium CR123A.
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