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    Fuji Discovery 1000 Zoom Panorama

    I periodically check the local thrift stores for cameras to use or take apart.

    I found a Fuji Discovery 1000 Zoom Panorama but cannot find anything about it online except for eBay prices.

    It looks like it's AF & self-loading. The film gate didn't look very wide pano to me, unless it has to be switched from regular to pano.

    Can anyone tell me anything about it?

    Thanks

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    Is it this one:

    http://www.fujifilmusa.com/JSP/fuji/...cucatid=664271

    You can search the Fuji Support database.

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    Oh! Why didn't I think of that?

    Thanks, Ralf.
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    Nah, not it anyway, but I emailed Fuji to ask (nothing in their database)

    For $5 maybe I should just get it and run film through it. Hmm, would need a lithium battery too.

    Maybe or maybe not a manual...
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    Sorry to be replying to an old thread, but I also have one of these cameras. There is a small plastic frame that fits inside the camera that causes the negative image to be panoramic. It came with the camera, inside a protective pouch. The camera also came with a quantity of stickers to be placed on the 35mm cartridge to alert the photo lab that it is a panoramic film, not regular.
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