First released in 1988, the Olympus SuperZoom AZ-300 is one of the original 'bridge cameras' combining point-and-shoot ease of use with the lens quality and many of the advanced features typically found in SLRs.
Here's what Olympus said about it when it was new:
"In creating the Infinity SuperZoom 300, Olympus set out to develop a multiple function, compact camera that would not only be fun to use but gives the photographer the ability to handle almost any problem quickly and easily. It provides the type of photographic creativity and versatility previously available only with much larger, more expensive and more complicated cameras."
The camera requires two CR123A lithium batteries for power (available as an add-on).
Condition notes This camera (serial number 2025894) was tested with a battery and film roll installed (the film was not developed) and all functions are working perfectly. Its aesthetic condition is also good (see photos) with some cosmetic wear on the body.