The AF-77 is a point-and-shoot camera for 35mm film, introduced by Japanese manufacturer Ricoh in 1993. This camera shares its fundamental components (lens, shutter, body structure etc) with several other models. The AF-77 is the model featuring an autofocus and a red-eye reduction system. A model with a date back was also available and it was sold as the AF-77 Date.
Release Date: August 1993
Lens: Ricoh Lens 34mm f/4.5, 3 elements in 3 groups
Focus: Single-point active autofocusing system
Shutter: 1/50 sec. and 1/100 sec.
Aperture: F4.5 and F11.2
Film Speed Range: ISO 100 or 400 (DX-Code system)
Other Features: Automatic Flash, Red-eye reduction, Self-timer, Switchable Panorama
Power Source: AA-type battery X 2 (alkaline or manganese)
Dimensions: 123 mm X 66 mm X 49.5 mm
Weight: 250 g (without batteries)