Voigtlander VITO 28-70 AF Film Camera 35mm with Zoomar 28-70mm Point and Shoot
The Voigtlander VITO 28-70 AF
If you ever liked Leica’s point and shoot cameras, this camera could be the object of your attention, too. Yes, this German made camera is a point-n-shoot, but its superb famous ZOOMAR 28-70mm lens makes it special and desirable to many photographers.
The Voigtlander VITO 28-70 was manufactured in 1995, is a compact autofocus camera for 35mm film, with a zoom lens of moderate range, made by Voigtlander. This is one of last cameras of film era. It is a small, full-of intuitive automatic features compact camera which uses 35mm film, and it produces quite sharp and contrasty images. This camera is as good as the famous Leica MINI and C Series. Voigtlander optics and cameras were always famous with their impeccable quality and reliability.
Lens: 35-70mm Voigtlander ZOOMAR zoom with HFT coating and auto-macro function. Film speed: DX Encoding. Finder: Auto-zooming with framelines, parallax reminders, LED warnings.
LCD shows frame number, focal length, and icons for several modes: auto, red-eye reduction, self-timer, forced fill-in, slow-synch night flash, disabled flash, macro. "Snap" mode for rapid action. Integrated flash.
Film advance: Auto-load, wind and rewind. Mid-roll rewind also available.
Power: One CR123 lithium battery. The LCD display on top shows the number of exposures, flash mode and battery health.
This is an excellent camera made in Germany, by Voigtlander, a famous German manufacturer that was a part of ZEISS. This is a point and shoot camera at its best.