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c1998. 35mm film, compact camera.

Premier Image: Premier PC-600 camera

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 2003-02-28
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by bill339 » Tue Jan 14, 2020 5:47 pm

The Premier PC600 is a 35mm point-and-shoot camera made by Premier Image of Taiwan and introduced 1998. It has a fixed-focus 38 mm f/3.5 lens. Below the lens is a slide switch which opens or closes the lens and viewfinder covers (it's also the on/off switch of the camera). Below the built-in flash is another slide switch for the flash on/off. A third control is the film speed selector to choose between ISO speeds 100/200 (the same switch position), 400 and 1600. Between this selector and the lens is the small window of the CdS meter which presumably has some automatic exposure control function but at least controls the low-light warning signal, a red LED by the viewfinder eyepiece, which lights when the shutter release is half-pressed. The film is advanced automatically after the shutter is released, and rewinds automatically when the end of the film is reached. The power advance is the only way to advance the film: thus it's necessary to press the release button on the camera's top twice during loading, after laying in the film cassette and closing the film compartment. There is a window in the back cover to show the presence and type of film. There is a frame counter window in the top of the camera and this resets automatically after the film is rewound plus taken out. Above the door are the viewfinder eyepiece together with the flash ready LED and the red low-light indicator LED which is activated by half-pressing the shutter release. The camera needs two AA batteries, which are loaded in the bottom of the camera. This information was gleaned from Wikipedia with minor adjustments.

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