The Olympus AZ-1 zoom is a big, automatic, point & shoot camera released by Olympus in 1987.
With a 35-75mm f3.5-6.7 zoom lens that, at least on our copy, extends at the very slowly speed and makes a terrible noise.
It is a fully automatic point-and-shoot camera, which means that it is designed to be easy to use and requires little to no knowledge of photography to get good results.
The lens can accommodate 35.5mm filters. The on/off switch allows you to choose between single exposure and continuous shots (for those times you really need to capture the action at 1.5 fps). The LCD displays the frame count and battery status.
Additionally, the camera’s weight and size may not be appealing to photographers who prefer lighter point-and-shoot cameras to carry on their pockets.
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