I love the way this camera looks, as I do most half-frame shooters, though my favorite by far is the Olympus Pen-F, also introduced in 1963.
The viewfinder is bright and controls easy to use. Although, as with many Japanese cameras the focus throw is short, utilizing roughly 1/6 of available ring space. Film advance seems a little finicky as does the auto exposure, more rolls and tweaking are required before I can say whether or not I like this camera.
I ran a roll of UltraFine 100 through this camera, primarily on the Auto mode, which seems to err a little on the side of overexposure.
|Speed||B, 8, 15, 30, 60, 125, 250, 500|
|Focus||0.8m – ∞|
|Aperture||f1.7 to 16, Auto|
Sample pics (UF100 stand-developed HC-110 30min)