“Ecru” is French for “unbleached.” The name of this concept camera was chosen to symbolize its intended role as a tool for living an intellectually enhanced life as natural as unbleached cloth. This concept is symbolized in the white body of the camera, which was sold as a limited edition of 10,000 units in Japan and 10,000 overseas.
This camera born at year 1991 almost 20 years old. Second conceptual camera by Olympus after the ‘Olympus O product’. Just a normal point and shoot camera with prime 35mm lens f3.5, nothing much about the spec but the outlook design playing the main role (seems like greece pillar XD). A ‘friendly’ and ‘easy going’ camera while during the street shoot.
Here’s we go the unboxing series.
A parcel was received
Open up, with few layers of bubble paper. Seller had removed the batteries incase it melt.
Box open, the first thing appear is the string case.
Follow by is the warranty card ( no longer available) with manual book.
the main stuff, covered with protection
The real face
Plug on lens cap
Closer look. flash, focusing point, metering.
Film load case
Top view, shutter button, flash mode and self timer.
worldwide limited number
Operate with AAA baterries
Focusing LED, small digital screen of film left.
Overall view, the early 90s design