Monday, March 11, 2019

Analog Diary, Fuji Work Record OP

Analog Diary, Fuji Work Record OP
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Analog Diary, Fuji Work Record OP

'A street walk in the vicinity of Kuala Lumpur's Chinatown with the Fuji Work Record OP'

The Fuji Work Record OP, a ruggedly handsome autofocus camera with a pair of bull bars flanking a wide-angle 28mm F3.5 lens which is further protected by a 4mm thick coated optical glass, has an enormous viewfinder that lets you see all, and a ruggedized and water-resistant design that lets you capture images underwater up to the depth of 1 meter.

Fuji Work Record OP
Available as a pair of siblings, the Work Record OP, with blue button trim, is targeted more towards the rough and tough outdoor leisure and recreational activities, while the Work Record 28, with orange button trim, is the construction or site supervision orientated camera.

Technical aspects of both are similar, including the Fujinon 28mm F3.5 lens, shutter speed range from 1/5 to 1/250 seconds, DX-coded film ISO range from 50 to 1600, and power from a pair of CR123A Lithium batteries. The Work Record OP, in addition, has panorama and quartz date features, and manual focusing mode which can be pre-set to 1, 1.5, 3 meters, and infinity focus.

Fuji Work Record OP

The best thing about the Work Record OP is its simple and straightforward operation - just power it on, set the mode selection to the setting you want to shoot with, point, and shoot. Exposure and film winding are automatic, autofocusing is just as quiet, and the large design shutter release button lets you shoot even with gloves on. 

Images were shot on a roll of expired Fuji Superia 200, post-processed on Olympus Viewer 3 (OV3), and print sharpened on Google NIK Sharpener Pro 3.


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