The FF-9 is a 35mm compact camera released by Ricoh circa 1988. It is also known as the FF-7. A similar specification newer body version was released a couple of years afterwards as the FF-9s.
There are a number of shooting modes that can be changed by a button on the right hand side of the body. Infinity mode (mountain), night infinity (dark mountain), TV (1/30 of a sec), continuous shooting mode, interval (1 photo every minute), and multiple exposure mode.
- Lens: Ricoh 35mm f/3.5 (4 groups, 4 elements)
- Film speed settings: 100-1600 DX ISO, 100 ISO Non-DX
- Shutter: 1/4 to 1/400 sec
- Aperture: f/3.5 to f/13
- Film Winding: Automatic
- Flash: Built-in
- Weight: 220g
Comes with the following:
- All electronic functions are working
- Clean viewfinder with minor dust
What you still need:
- 1x CR-P2 6v battery
- 35mm film
Example photos taken with this camera can be seen below. The camera depicted in the photo's might not be the exact camera.