Ricoh TF-900 w/Bag

SKU: 201196

1 in stock

CHF 130.00 VAT incl.

1 in stock

Cleaned twin lens point and shoot camera in [Excellent], tested and fully working condition.
Comes with the original bag and strap.

There are some signs of use.
Small scratches and marks.
Almost no dust in the viewfinder, AF sensor and flash.
Pretty clean inside with good light seals.
No scratches, no fungus, no fog, and normal dust inclusions in the lenses.

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The Ricoh TF-900 was released in 1987 by Ricoh Japan. It is a twin lens point and shoot camera with a 35mm f2.8 lens, switchable to 70mm f5.6 through a button on the top. Its electronics are quite advanced for its time, with an information-rich LCD on the top, indicating number of exposures available, if the film is a DX coded one (and, if so, what speed), and if exposure compensation has been activated. It has a continuous shooting mode, a self-timer and a backlight compensation button. The viewfinder indicates focusing zone using three symbols, a trait shared with the early generations of autofocus cameras but later abandoned. The date-back version was called the TF-900D. A rather hefty accessory 2x teleconverter, the TC-105, was also offered.

– Wide-angle: 35 mm f2,8; 4 elements/3 groups.
– Tele: 70 mm f5,6; 8 elements/6 groups.
– Focusing: Autofocus with pre-focus ability, closest range 0,9 m.
-Shutter: Programmed electronic shutter, 1–1/500 s.
-Viewfinder: Albada type with bright lines, parallax correction marks and zone indication
– Flash: Built-in pop-up flash, automatically activated with flash-matic exposure.
– Film speed: DX decoding from 64 to 1600 ISO. Non-DX films set at ISO 100.
– Film advance: Easy loading, motor advance and rewind. Last bit of leader left out.
– Power: 1 x CR-P2 6 V lithium battery.
– Dimensions: 137 x 73 x 50 mm,
– Weight: 320 g (without battery).

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