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Identification and Background ¶
The Fujifilm Endeavor 100ix camera is a point-and-shoot film camera. The film required for this product is 35mm. To identify this specific camera, the model name is printed on the front casing below the lens. The model number is located on the bottom of the camera near the battery compartment.
The Fujifilm Endeavor 100ix camera has a 25mm Fujinon lens. The camera takes 35mm film rolls. On the bottom of the camera, a tripod can be attached by screwing it in to the designated hole. The camera has three shooting modes for different photograph styles including: C, H, and P. The camera has a timer that can be set by the user. The flash on the camera can be turned on or off.
To see the troubleshooting guide, click on the following link: Fujifilm Endeavor 100ix Troubleshooting