The Fujifilm Zoom Date 90S (called the Silvi 90 in some countries) is small 35mm film point and shoot with a 38-90mm zoom lens. It's a very easy camera to use in its default settings but nevertheless offers some advanced features like a 'night portrait' mode for creative photography (see the manual linked below).
This camera requires two AA batteries (not included).
The camera's functions were tested with batteries and a roll of film (the film was not developed). All modes are working correctly. We verified the film plane focus accuracy on an autocollimator. The camera is in excellent aesthetic condition (see photos).
Exposure Control: Automatic; Interlocking range (ISO 100), EV (wide-angle): 11.5 (∗6.5) –16.3, EV (telephoto): 13.9 (∗7.9) – 17.0 (∗ = values for the flash off mode)
Film Speed Setting: Automatic (DX roll film) for speeds from ISO 50-3200
Film Loading: Automatic
Film Advance: Automatic (motorized), film wind and rewind system, provision for mid-roll rewinding (Use the mid-roll rewind button)
Flash: Zoom flash, approx. 7 seconds recycle time, automatic flash at low brightness mode, red-eye reduction flash mode, back light compensation flash mode, flash-off mode, night portrait (slow sync) mode, Red-eye reduction flash mode system: LED pre-flash
Self-Timer: Electronically controlled, up to 3 consecutive exposures, approx.
10 second delay, can be stopped mid-run, self-timer on lamp
Liquid Crystal Display: Picture counter (additive type), exposure mode index, self-timer mode sign, battery capacity sign, flash charging sign, date sign (on the Zoom Date 90SR and Zoom Date 90S only), remote control mode sign (on the Zoom Date 90SR only).
Power Supply: Two alkaline batteries (LR6/AA size) or comparable batteries
Others: Tripod socket, Date/Time Imprinting (on the Zoom Date 90SR and Zoom Date 90S only), Remote controller (compatible) (on the Zoom Date 90SR only).