Olympus 35 AF-1 (Infinity) world's first weatherproof fully automatic 35mm compact camera nickname "Nurepika" (wet flash) in Japan


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Overall condition: 8/10 Lens and finder are clean, body has some marks from general use, some stickers on back of camera that can be removed




Olympus AF-1 or Infinity (in the US) unlike the rest of the Infinity or Stylus (mju) family, this camera has a Zuiko lens. It bridges the Zuiko lens of the XA series, while seeking out the full AF AE features of the Infinity Stylus models, read the full review from JJ Lee here.  

Zuiko lens, born in the end of 1970 as accompanied with the Olympus OM series Single Lens Reflex (SLR) camera . Designed to meet the needs of both professional photographers and enthusiasts, Zuiko lenses were born of an uncompromising commitment to clear image quality and precision. Their compact, lightweight design lets you expand your shooting capabilities while ensuring top-grade optical performance. In short , yes it's a good lens. 



  • Lens: 35mm, f/2.8 Zuiko
  • Closest focus distance: 2.46 feet
  • Battery: CR-P2 Lithium, 1 pcs.
  • Autofocus: Yes, with discrete 'focus lock' button. Press and hold the 'focus lock' button with left thumb, aim at the target with central box and press the shutter release button down, recompose the view, then release the 'focus lock' button to release the shutter.
  • Auto-exposure with a shutter speed range of 1/30-1/750 seconds.
  • Auto-flash only: No flash override control.
  • Film advance: Auto-load and motorwind.
  • Remaining film indication: mechanical counter
  • Self-timer.

Other features: DX decoding, XA-style lens protection, tripod socket. There was also a teleconverter and close-up lens available.



Sample photos credit:

1) @galorocio

2) @bobprice

3) @rob_williamson

4) @errlix

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