The circa 2005 Olympus Infinity 80 is one of the last film cameras the legendary Japanese company released before its sad (and ultimately fatal) decision to go all-digital. It's a simple but nicely designed camera. This camera was also sold as the SuperZoom 80S.
The Infinity 80 requires two AA batteries (not included).
Condition notes We tested all camera functions with film and batteries installed (the film was not processed) and everything was working well. The camera is in very good cosmetic condition as well with only minor wear on the body (see photos). The original case is included.
Camera type: Fully automatic 35mm autofocus viewfinder camera with zoom lens.
Film type: 35mm film (24 x 36 mm) with standard DX coding, ISO 100 or 400.
Lens: Olympus zoom lens 38 - 80 mm; 4 elements in 4 groups (including an aspherical element).
Range: wide angle: 1.2 m - infinity, telephoto: 1.1 m - infinity.
Picture counter: counting up with automatic reset.
Self-timer: Electronic, with a shutter release delay of approx. 12 seconds.
Film speed setting : Automatic setting for DX-coded films with ISO 100 and 400. Non-DX-coded films are set to ISO 100. Film
loading: Automatic film threading (automatic transport to the first picture after closing the back of the camera).
Film transport: Automatic film transport. Film rewind
Automatic film rewind when the end of the film is reached, automatic rewind stop, rewinding of the partially exposed film possible at any time.
Flash: Built-in flash.
Charging time: Max. 8 sec.
Flash range: Wide angle: 1.2 m - 5.0 m. Tele: 1.1m - 2.6m with ISO 100 color negative film.
Flash programs: AUTO (automatic activation of the flash if there is insufficient lighting), AUTO-S (reduction of the “red-eye effect”), OFF (flash deactivation), FILL-IN (fill-in flash), NIGHT SCENE AUTO-S (night-scene flash program with reduction of the "Red-eye effect").