The Olympus iS series (also known as L series in Japan) was a range of compact autofocus SLRs with zoom lenses from Olympus. The lenses were not interchangeable, so the term “bridge cameras” was used to describe them – halfway between point and shoot and SLR cameras. Olympus referred to the range as ZLRs (Zoom Lens Reflex). Olympus L-10 Super is a fully automatic 35mm autofocus single-lens reflex camera. The lens is a multi-coated 28-120mm f4.5/5.6 lens with 11 elements in 9 groups. The autofocus is a passive CCD line sensor. The camera has a built-in flash, and a variety of flash and other shooting programs. The camera was introduced in 1994 and also sold as IS-100 in Europe and the L-10 in Japan. The camera also has an electronic control system vertical focal plane shutter with speeds of 2 seconds to 1/2000 of a second, Film speed range (Automatic setting with DX-coded film (ISO 25-3200). It has an electronic self-timer with 12 second delay, Infrared remote control unit (3-sec delay), and Built-in IVP (Intelligent Variable-Power) flash system with pop-up flash.