Fujifilm DL 300 Wide is a
angle (35mm) camera for 35mm film, released in 1986. It has a luminous
lens, a Date version exists as well. In Japan it was sold as Cardia
Hite Date. It is fully automatic, only flash off and fill-in flash are
available. Its main features are:
F2.8 Fuji lens, 4 elements in 4 groups, min. focus 0,8m Electronic shutter, 1/4-1/330, with flash min 1/45 Size 133.5x69x43.8, Weight 260 gr. without battery 100-1600
ISO, automatic DX coding, self-timer, automatic film advance and
front closed. There is a slider to protect the lens.
Bottom. Tripod socket.
back. Next to the viewer green focus o.k. Fill-in flash button.
screen and 3 buttons: flash off, self-timer and film mid
roll rewind. Shutter release.
Camera open, moving the silder switches it on and loads the flash. Camera sets auto flash
as default. Flash guide number ~14 (m/ISO 100).
open. It only opens a little bit, just enough to drop in a film from
the bottom. The film leader is safely engaged when you close the back.
wide open. You have to unhinge a latch to do so.
Camera bottom and battery. On the left edge:
battery cover. Takes a CR-P2 battery.
camera is easy to use.
Autofocus is responsive and works well. Putting a film is easy as well,
the back opens only a little bit, tear the film leader a bit further, drop the film and that's it. The
camera prespools the whole film and then winds it back into the
cartridge step by step. As with most point and shoot ultra compacts, auto
flash is set at start.
a good point and shoot camera
with a moderate and luminous wide angle lens. Just point and shoot at its best.