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Fuji Film Smart Shot Deluxe

Fuji Film Smart Shot Deluxe
When my Minolta XD11 went down and had to go to the shop sometime in the late 1990's, I bought this Fuji Film Smart Shot Deluxe point and shoot 35mm and it saw some action. I found the original owner's manual and paperwork for this camera and according to the warranty card, I purchased it on October 11th, 1997.

Full specifications from manual:
Film * 35mm roll negative film, ISO 100, 200 and 400
Picture size * 24 x 36mm
Lens * Fujinon 1:8 (1 = 33mm.)
Viewfinder * Reverse Galilean
Shooting range * 1.3 m - infinity (fixed focus)
Aperture * F/8 (Fixed)
Shutter * 1/100th of a second (fixed)
Film loading * Automatic film loading (drop-in loading), advances to first frame automatically when shutter release is pressed
Film advance * Automatic film advance with motor
Film rewind * Motorized rewinding triggered with the film rewind switch
Exposure counter * Additive, also serves as film advance indicator, turned directly by film winding and rewinding
Flash * Built-in
* ISO 100 - 1.3 m - 3 m. (4.3 ft. - 10 ft.)
* ISO 200 - 1.3 m - 4 m. (4.3 ft. - 13 ft.)
* ISO 400 - 1.3 m - 5 m. (4.3 ft. - 16 ft.)
Batteries * 2 alkaline manganese penlight batteries. Batteries provide power for taking about 400 all-flash pictures (as tested in Fuji's battery testing procedure) Ni-Cd batteries cannot be used.
Other * Slide cover equipped with safety lock to prevent shutter release when not fully open. Film confirmation window.
Dimensions * 135 x 73 x 44 mm. 175 g without batteries.