Film type: 35mm
Focal length: fixed 42mm 2.8 E. Zuiko lens
Exposure: Shutter priority or full manual
Shutter speed: 1/500, 1/250/, 1/125, 1/60, 1/30, 1/15, and Bulb
Aperture: f 2.8 – 22
Battery: I use the 675 hearing aid batteries, which works great. The original battery is no longer produced. The battery is only for shutter speed priority mode and is not needed for full manual operation.
Hot shoe: yes
Test photos I took with this camera:
What I like:
The shutter speed dial has limited increments of shutter speeds (The ones most useful handheld. It only goes from its lowest speed 1/15 to bulb skipping 1/8, 1/4, 1/2, 1 sec.) making it faster to switch shutter speeds. Great for street photography because of its compact size and quiet shutter sound.
What I don’t like:
Aperture ring is way too close to the body, making adjustments difficult. The film advance lever is noisy too far of a wind.
Verdict: My favorite so far from my budget camera finds ($12 !). I will sure be using this more for street photography.