The Olympus AM-100 (Infinity S in the US) of 1987 was a fully automatic compact camera that used 3-point zone focus to keep the price lower than autofocus rivals. Buttons on the front altered the focus distance from the fixed medium to a close-up (0.5-1m) or infinity. This camera was known as the "Picasso Petit" in Japan. The original price was ¥24,800 (including the case).

Specifications[edit | edit source]

  • Lens: 35mm f/3.5
  • Auto-exposure with shutter speeds 1/45-1/400s.
  • Auto-load, wind and rewind of DX-coded film.
  • Integral auto-flash with 2 second recycling.
  • Self-timer.

Links[edit | edit source]

AM-100 Quartzdate on Olympus Global History.

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