The Ricoh FF-9 is a high quality 35mm film point and shoot camera with a very sharp 35mm f3.5 lens. This camera is a very solid performer that offers excellent image quality that's comparable to its better known contemporaries like the Nikon One Touch, Olympus AF-1, or Canon Sure Shot Supreme. It's a very easy camera to use, but offers some nice advanced features for creative control: Panorama mode; Night Photography mode; TV mode; Continuous Shooting mode; Interval Shooting mode; and Multiple Exposure mode (see manual for further explanation).
Options If you opt for '+ battery' a CRP2 6 volt lithium battery will be installed. If you choose 'battery + film' you'll also receive a 24 exposure roll of Fujicolor 200 film along with the camera.
Condition notes The camera was tested with batteries installed and a film roll running through the camera (the film was not developed). All functions are working correctly. The camera is in very good cosmetic condition (see photos).
Example photos Here are some photos taken by other people with this model of camera: https://www.lomography.com/cameras/3346476-ricoh-ff-9/photos
Type: 35 mm lens shutter type with automatic focusing
Lens: 35 mm f3.5 Ricoh lens, 4 elements, 4 groups
Focusing: Automatic focusing with pre-focusing facility. Distance measuring (shooting) range: 0.8 m - 00 . Distance less than 0.8 m: AF monitor lamp blinks
Shutter: Programmed AE type electronic shutter 1/4--1/400 sec.
Self-timer: Built-in electronic type with self-timer lamp. Operating delay of approx. 10 sec.
Interval Timer: Photography at 60 sec. intervals
Viewfinder: Albada type with bright-frame viewfinder. Magnification 0.47X. Field of view 84%
Viewfinder Information: Field of view frame, parallax correction marks, auto-focus frame
Exposure Adjustment: Programmed automatic exposure adjustment with automatic backlight control system. Exposure coupling range EV5.6--17 (ISO 100)
Film Speed Range: ISO 100--1600. Compatible with DX-code system
Film Advance/Rewind: Automatic film advance and rewind. Automatic 1st. frame setting. Automatic film reverse at the end of film.
Film Loading: Ricoh Auto-Load system
Exposure Counter: Additive, counts down during film reverse
LCD Display: Film loaded, film advance, exposure counter, film reverse and reverse completion, battery condition, panorama mode, night photography mode, continuous shooting mode, interval mode, multiple exposure mode, TV mode
Built-in Flash: Electronic flash automatically activates in dim light and backlight
Interval Between Flashes: About 2 sec.
Power Source: 1 lithium battery CRP2 or BR-P2DP (6 volts) or equivalent