The Ricoh RF-10 is a point and shoot autofocus compact camera for 35mm film with integral flash and autofocus, manufactured by Ricoh. It is a simple, budget model, based on the original RF/RD Quartz but without a data back. It was only sold in select markets. It was marketed as "Smile-Taker" in the US. Production began in 1992 and it was presented as the first Nikon AF/AE compact.
- Lens: 34mm f/4.5 Nikon.
- Autofocus from 3.9ft (1.2m) to infinity.
- Autofocus lock button.
- Automatic flash and fill-in flash.