The Olympus AF-1 Super (Infinity Super in the US) of 1991 was an upgraded version of the AF-1. This compact camera had the same basic specifications as the AF-1, but had close-up capability down to 50cm. Other enhancements included continuous shooting (up to 4 frames), and a flash that could be recharged in one second. The price was ¥36,800 (including the case).
If you want to know more, Camerapedia has written a small review.
The camera, strap and soft case
Cosmetic: Great condition, with few signs of use
Optical: Viewfinder with some dust. Lens with some haze, scratches but nothing that will compromise the final results
Electronic: All electronic functions are working perfectly
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