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Olympus Superzoom 105G




35mm film


The Olympus SUPERZOOM 105G is a compact point-and-shoot 35mm camera. This camera was introduced by Olympus in 2002, yes in the XXI Century.

Equipped with a powerful, high-performance, 38 – 105mm 3x zoom lens and an intelligent variable-power flash, the SUPERZOOM 105G is affordable, stylish, and exceptionally easy to use, making it an ideal choice for a wide range of camera users. The lens also has a maximum aperture of f/4.5 at the wide end and f/10.5 at the telephoto end, which is decent enough for a camera of this type.

This plastic camera actually fits in your pocket, and it is one of our favorites to-go because its price, portability and performance. It is a compact and lightweight camera with a sleek and stylish design.

The Olympus Superzoom 105G is less known as her bigger sister, the Olympus MJU I or the Olympus MJU II, probably in terms on design is less stylish or thin, but is great and for a really lower price.

Power is with a CR123A battery, that is expensive but very long lasting.

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