Do you’ve gotten $650 burning a gap in your pocket and a need to have one of many extra distinctive 35mm point-and-shoot cameras we’ve ever seen? If that’s the case, this Ricoh Mycrystal being offered by Japan Camera Hunter is simply the digicam you’ve been on the lookout for.
As its title suggests, this distinctive digicam includes a clear physique that showcases the varied gears and mechanisms inside this 35mm movie digicam, all with out exposing the movie due to an enclosed storage and advance space. It was made by Ricoh in collaboration with Japanese toy producer Bandai again in 1993 and apart from a couple of itemizing on eBay, it doesn’t seem as if there are various of those cameras floating round, doubtless as a result of truth it was solely launched in Japan.
The gadget runs on a pair of ‘AA’ batteries, features a built-in flash and even includes a four-level movie pace selector for ISO 100, 200, 400 and 1000 movie shares. The digicam includes a 35mm lens, nevertheless it isn’t clear what the presumably-fixed aperture is.
Though its $650 asking value is steep in comparison with the few you may discover throughout public sale websites, this one seems to be in near-mint situation and even contains the unique field. If you happen to’e , you possibly can head on over to the Japan Camera Hunter website and inquire about buying it.