Fujifilm Silvi 70

After the last fuji camera I reviewed, which had no information, this at least had a little out there. Mostly it is in Japanese, but google translate is awesome these days.

It was very clean throughout and fired up immediately with a CR123 battery. It looked and acted like a typical point and shoot camera.

You can find lots of details about it on this page, though as I said it is in Japanese. It was released in 2001 and discontinued 4 years later. This was the cusp of the film/digital threshold. As such it has all the technical power you would need in a point and shoot, such as DX coding and quick autofocusing.

If you need an easy to use, efficient point and shoot, you could not do better than this camera.

Here is my test roll.

As you might be able to tell, I used an expired film. I also have a sort of new hobby…photographing Star Wars figures. It gives me something else to photograph. I don’t do it a lot, but you might see more popping up on this blog in the future.

Keep or sell: Selling on eBay

 

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