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Fujifilm Fotonex 300 zoom
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Photos by Sylvain Halgand text by Sylvain Halgand. From the collection of Sylvain Halgand. Last update 2018-04-29 par Sylvain Halgand.

Manufactured or assembled in Indonésie from 1996 to 0.
Index of rarity in France: Infrequent (among non-specialized garage sales)
Inventory number: 1671

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Traduction de Alphonse Khuu

This compact APS combines all the advantages of APS to be in a position of high-end.

Although it is of great aesthetic banality, manufacture and finish are excellent.

It is equipped with a 30-90mm zoom, equivalent to a 36-108mm in 24 x 36. This range is sufficient in most cases, but it is regrettable that the bottom of the "range" is not lower and there is not a true wide-angle, which would give a right use of the P mode (panoramic) of the APS.
I remind that the interest of the APS is to free itself of a single size in the negative. There are three sizes: Classic (C) which gives a negative of 17 x 23mm, 16/9 (H), which gives 17 x 30mm and Panoramic (P), which gives 9.5 x 30mm.
On this camera, the transition from one mode to another is possible at any time by moving a back slider.
The viewfinder adjusts to current format. The latter has a dioptric correction.

The APS film has as standard a magnetic trail that records (sort of quite well depending on the improvement of the camera) some parameters at the moment of the shoot.
Here, this magnetic record is more used than in the current case. A small side door of the camera reveals a series of small buttons. There are the one of the rewinding and the one of the self- timer. There are three others:

The D button can set the date
The PQ button (there was no place to put the I) for Print Quality Improvement can store a large number of parameters which will be taken into account automatically by the APS printer to correct the photo proofs.
The ST button lets to caption photos.

Mention a scarce specificity: a sensor detects the presence of an object (a finger!) before the flash and warns the user.

Fujifilm Fotonex 300 zoom