The Myport Super Zoom is an autofocus compact camera for 35mm film, introduced by Japanese manufacturer Ricoh in 1994. It is also known as the RZ-1000, the Shotmaster Zoom III P, or the Q-105Z. This camera features an accurate 7-point passive multi autofocusing system with 1027 focusing steps with a spot-AF facility.
This model was very short-lived and replaced by the Myport 310 Super with a slightly longer 38-110mm zoom in about 8 months.
Successor Models: Myport 310 Super, RZ-1100, Shotmaster 110-ZP, Q-110Z