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Rollei X27c




35mm film


The Rollei X27c is a compact point and shoot 35mm film camera made by Rollei in Singapur in 1982. The X27c is built-in plastic and it’s really a lightweight camera, only weighs 150g. This camera has a fixed 30mm Rollei lens, fully automatic exposure control and shutter speeds between 1/3 and 1/500 second. The film speed ISO 100-400. It has a built-in flash with an LED red-eye reduction lamp.

There is not enough information online about the Rollei X27c, in fact we discovered different brands with the same model/body that this one, which probably means that was a cheap model from an outsourcing service or factory from a Southeast Asian country.

It is known that these cameras are often basic and may not offer a lot of advanced features or manual controls. They are primarily designed for casual use and may not be suitable for more advanced photographers who require more control over their photos.

Note: This post was made researching information based on different websites like camerapedia, wikipedia, camera-wiki, emulsive, lomography, xataka, pintandoconluz, camaras sin fronteras and many more. On the other hand, all the photographers allowed us to post their photos on Instagram. All the illustrations are made by us and we don’t allow the use of any illustrations without permission. Finally, if you have more information or you think we made a mistake, please send us a mail.




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