Fujica DL-100 35mm camera

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The superb Fujica DL-100 was Fujjifilm's flagship point-and-shoot from the early autofocus era. It was designed to compete with the Nikon L35AF and the original Canon Sure Shot and is quite comparable. Its lens is an excellent 38mm f2.8 (4 elements in 4 groups). The camera's body was designed by famed Italian architect and product Mario Bellini. 

The camera is powered by 2 AA batteries (not included). 

Condition notes
The camera (serial number 3078119) is in excellent functional condition and very good aesthetic condition (see photos). We tested the camera with film. In our testing, the camera produced very sharp images with excellent contrast and accurate auto-focus.



  • Lens: Fujinon 38 mm f/2,8, 4 elements/4 groups (UV filter incorporated).
  • Shutter: 1/8 — 1/500 Seiko ESF 2-blade electronic shutter.
  • Focus: 0,9 m to infinity.
  • Exposure:EV 6 — EV 17 (ISO 100).
  • Automatic film loading, winding, rewind, exposure and focus.
  • Pre-focus with half-press; film doesn't wind to next frame until shutter button is released.
  • Manually activated "flash-matic" pop-up flash; supports fill-in flash.
  • Flash range: 0,9 — 4 m (ISO 100); 0,9 — 6 m (ISO 400).
  • Film speeds: 50–100–200–400 ISO. If set to auto-identification, the camera defaults to ISO 100.
  • Power: 2 x AA alkaline or manganese batteries.
  • Dimensions and weight: 129,5 x 79,5 x 58 mm; 445 g without batteries.