The Olympus AZ-330 Superzoom was released in 1990, two years after the award-winning IZM300 - and comes with a fixed 38-105mm zoom lens, with a lens cap that also functions as a shutter remote.
The AZ-330 has a range of in-built features that are usually only found on higher-end SLR cameras (such as double exposure mode); in terms of Olympus' product line, it would sit below the otherwise similarly featured 'L' Series as it is not an SLR. With a 38-105mm zoom lens, the 330 follows on from the 300 with a viewfinder that is coupled to the lens zoom - while it is not an SLR, the viewfinder zooms to represent the lens's view (the 300 was reportedly the first camera to feature this functionality).
- DX film coding ISO 25-3200
- Automatic film load and rewind
- ± 1.5EV exposure compensation (in 1/2 steps)
- Center-weighted average or spot metering
- Focusing range: 0.8 m — infinity (at 38 mm)
- Aperture range F4.5 - F6
- Flash: auto, red-eye and fill-in
- Single shot, continuous drive (at 1.3 frames per second) or double exposure modes.
- Passive or continuous subject-tracking auto-focus
- User-controlled or continuous subject-tracking zoom
- LCD display
- IR Remote Control (on lens cap) with 1 or 3 second setting; the battery for this unit can be replaced, via the right hand side. It uses 2x 123 camera batteries.
~Perfect for a beginner through to professionals!
Overall condition - Excellent condition - 9/10
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This camera has been cleaned, mechanically tested and is in full working condition. Light seals are replaced when necessary.
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