* come with bag #60708298
*comes with 6 months warranty*
The Fujifilm Tiara aka DL Super Mini , is a 35mm film compact camera made by Fuji around 1996. "DL" represents "drop-in loading", a mechanism for easy film loading.
The data is as to Super EBC (Electron Beam Coating) Fujinon Lens 28 f/3.5 lens
Infrared Active Autofocus with manual override providing Infinity Lock and manual focus mode with 16-teen selectable presets. Close focus to 0.6m
Shutter speeds 1sec - 1/500 sec.
AE lock and manual exposure compensation in 0.5 EV increments (4 steps)
Easy film loading (drop-in), prewind and standard date / time imprint (on/off)
Multiprogram flash (daylight, cancel, backlight, red-eye, slow-synchro)
Self timer can be set for one, two or three consecutive exposures.
Aluminum clad body with sliding lens cover acting as power switch.
Lightweight powered by a single CR-123A battery
Optional black leather case available.
...It started as a capable tourist camera but it became my main day to day carry on P&S. With the kind of pictures I take, I don’t mind the extra step of setting up the infinity focus or turning flash of because it delivers. It delivers outstanding quality, tack sharp pictures, properly exposed (most of the time). With the manual focus option, the proper focus is guaranteed almost all the time. I feel that the Fuji DL Super Mini might be with me some time. Maybe it will be replaced by Contax T3 or Minolta TC-1 (or maybe not). It is just a few electronic features that separate the Fuji DL Super Mini from those two titans. In terms of lens and build quality, it could match them. So far, I am more than happy with it and I haven’t really felt that the auto flash is limiting me in any real way and real life usage provide more than enough evidence, that this camera is a performer. Looking back at the pictures, I am now realising, that except few underexposed nightscapes and miss-focused pics of ladies in latex, I have nothing I can say against the Fuji DL Super Mini....
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Sample Photo Credits:
All colour photos shot by Jed Rann.
All Black and White sample photos by Gary Wong with Shirokuro 400 BW films.