Released in 2000, Prima Super 90 Wide (or Sure Shot Z90W) fits well into the higher segment of Canon's compact autofocus cameras. While its zoom lens doesn't extend as far as some of its Prima brethren, it starts out at a wide 28 mm, unlike most Prima Supers which start off at 38 mm. It has a sliding clamshell case protecting the lens, as pioneered by Olympus XA and carried on by the Olympus Mju series (one of the Prima series' main competitors), and a pop-up flash. Pushing the flash down disables it temporarily. The back side is dominated by an LCD screen fitted inside a large wheel for selecting between the camera's modes of operation: auto, spot focus/metering, night shot, portrait, macro, real-time shutter, personal. Night shot mode enables slow-syncro flash and red-eye reduction. The portrait mode automatically zooms the lens to cover head and shoulders of its subject and emphasizes wide apertures. Macro mode is locked at 90 mm with spot mode, for close-ups at up-to 45 cm. Spot mode turns off the so-called "AI-AF" for a more narrow autofocus spot, simultaneously narrowing the light metering to cope with back-lit subjects and other tricky lighting situations. The RT (for real-time) mode cuts shutter lag, as long as focus is locked. Lastly, the personal mode can be programmed and memorized for a combination of spot focus, flash modes, red-eye and exposure adjustment to fit individual shooting preferences. Flash and focus modes may be overridden in any mode, but are not memorized.
The camera, strap, manual and original box
Cosmetic: As new
Optical: Viewfinder clean with minimal dust. Lens clean with no haze/fungus/scratches
Electronic: All electronic functions are working perfectly