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Features:
  • Auto focus 2.5x zoom
  • True wide angle 28mm-70mm
  • 6 lens elements in 6 groups
  • 3.4-7.9 aperture range
  • Shutter speeds - 1/500-1.3 seconds
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    “I'm not stupid when it comes to operating cameras, but...”

    Written on: 17/06/2002 by Karen. (1 review written)

    I'm not stupid when it comes to operating cameras, but this Konica Lexio 70 35mm compact camera has me baffled. How in the world do you load film? I can't get it to advance. And just how do you turn the power on and off? The instruction booklet refers to the power source, but doesn't show or tell you where it is. Can someone shed some light?!… Read Full Review

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    28942_Ben.'s Response to 28206_Karen.'s Review

    Written on: 23/06/2002

    Karen, my Lexio 70 operates flawlessly. Are you sure you have the battery installed properly? I have shot approx 10 rolls and the film pickup is smooth and has never been a problem.Also, its the clamshell opening/closing that turns the camera on/off...By the way..if the camera has power you will see icons/date and frame number on the top LED. If those are not there, you have a power problem. Hope this helps!!

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