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Kodak Eastman: Advantix F600
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The Advantix F600 is part of the Kodak Advantix range of APS film cameras, introduced by Kodak in 1999. It has a 2x zoom 30-60mm f/4.5 - f/8.5 Ektanar Aspheric lens with 87-zone autofocus with a minimum focus distance of 0.6m. The electronic shutter has speeds running from 1/4-1/360 of a second. It also has a built-in flash, ¾” x 1” LCD menu screen, built in lens cover, flash on/off button, time delay button, auto focus, auto fim advance, auto rewind, infrared autofocus system, and much more. It is powered by a lithium CR123A battery. The F600 records lighting and color data on the film's magnetic strip for the photo lab to use when developing, and it imprints each shot with time and date information. The viewfinder displays the selected picture size for simplified camera operation. A safety interlock prevents the film door from opening until the roll is completely rewound. The power button is located in an odd place, dead center of the back of the camera.
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