This feature-laden 35mm compact camera is a bit of an enigma as it is very hard to find information about. By the looks of it, it's a '90s 'dad cam', and boy, does it work!
During testing, the Revue turned out to be a capable and comfortable all-round shooter. Results in daylight were better than I expected, with rich colour rendition and no obvious lens artifacts. Indoors, it exposes pretty well with flash - it's powerful enough to freeze some unexpected moments! Autofocus works well and focuses on the center of the frame.
The camera is equipped with a 38-115mm zoom lens and flash, and offers: - Macro mode - Landscape mode - Various flash settings (red-eye, fill, off, etc.) - Panorama mode (crops the negative) - Continuous shooting mode (sounds like 2-3 frames per second) - Self-timer - Motorized film forwarding and rewind, with rewind override button - Data back - Wireframe zooming viewfinder with simple parallax marks and dioptre adjustment
It's in perfect state, all the functions work, there is no noteworthy cosmetic damage and no light leaks.
The camera takes 2x CR123A batteries (not included unless you ask me).
PLEASE NOTE: I have not tested the data back as I did not want my shots printed with dates, quite simply. I suspect that it works, but it requires a separate battery (CR2025, widely available and cheap). The camera functions perfectly well without it!