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lens

focus

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exposure

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flash

misc.

PC-33 30mm f6.3 3/3

fixed 1.50m-

. 1/125 . . 100,400
PC-55 30mm f4.5 3/3

active 1.30m-

. 1/125 .

10'

140,400
efina APS 24-48mm f4.5-8 5/5

active 0.65m-

1/3-1/400,B 8' ,31 titles PQI25-1000
IQzoom EZY-R 38-70mm f4.5-8.5 5/5

active 0.60m-

1/3-1/320,B 12' 25-1600
IQzoom 80G 38-80mm f4.8-9.5 5/5

active 0.55m-

1/3-1/320,B 12' 25-1600
IQzoom 90MC 38-90mm f4.5-9.5 5/5

passive 0.65m-

2-1/300,B 16' 25-3200
IQzoom 928 28-90mm f3.5-9 9/7

active 0.58m-

1/5-1/400,B 16' 25-3200
IQzoom 105 38-105mm f4.4-11 6/5

passive 0.65m-

4-1/400,B 16' 25-3200
IQzoom 115m 38-115mm f3.9-10.5 7/6

passive 0.65m-

2-1/300,B 16' 25-3200
IQzoom 140m 38-140mm f4.8-12 8/6

passive 0.80m-

2-1/400,B 16' 25-3200
IQzoom 160 38-160mm f4.5-13 11/7

passive 0.80m-

2-1/400,B 16' 25-3200
IQzoom 200 48-200 f4.5-13 11/7

passive 0.80m-

2-1/400,B 16' 25-3200

.lens

.focus

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..exposure

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.flash

misc.

focul length; max. aperture; element/group; focusing method; closest focus dis. Infinity lock... . Spot Focus Self-timer without/with the front lamp Multiple exposure Exposure Compensation Backlit Compensation Flash off... . Flash on ... . Red-eye reduction... . Slow sync ... . Zoom flash... . 16': Max. flash distance at the widest focul length w/ 100 film. Battery warnig ....Uses AA betteries.... Pamorama.... Optional remote.... Adjustable diopter... . Parallex mark (close disdance compensation frame) . ... Separate lens cap (not built-in) . ...25-3200: film speed range

160 and 200 have LCD parallex, release-priority and lighted atop panel at night.

EZY-R, 80G, 90MC and 115m use steady lamp to reduce red-eye; All other cameras use single-preflash to reduce red-eye; PC-33,55 and efina's methods are unknown.

All cameras set non-DX film at 25 ISO.

All cameras have in-focus lock, tripod socket. Passive auto focus' are 5 point focus, some have flash ready signal.

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