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The Fujica DL-100 (Auto Ace in Japan) is a compact autofocus camera released in 1983. It is not to be confused with the later Fujifilm DL100 released in 2002.
Like its mates, such as the Canon AF35m, it features a 38 mm f/2,8 lens, motor advance, a pop-up flash, and runs on common AA batteries. Along with the DL-20, it was the first model to employ Fuji's drop-in loading (DL) system for easy loading of film – the back door only opens far enough to drop in a 35 mm film cassette, which is wound on automatically. Interestingly, the back door has a built-in film cutter to cut off the leader if it protrudes from the body when the door is closed. A switch locks the shutter release to prevent tripping it accidentally.
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