The Pentax Espio 928 is a 35mm compact camera with autofocus and wide-angle zoom made by Pentax. In the US it was known as the IQZoom 928. Even at it's widest 28mm focal length setting, the lens is very sharp and contrasty, with negligible distortion and not much vignetting. The camera has a couple of interesting exposure modes. Pressing the button with "mountains" icon once will set the focus at infinity, which is ideal for shooting landscapes, particularly from the window of a sightseeing bus. Pressing it twice more will put the camera in "snapshot mode", with the zoom fixed at 28mm and focus at 2.9m, allowing the shutter to fire almost immediately, since the autofocus is disabled.
The 928M model appears to be functionally identical, but in a silver-coloured fascia, as opposed to dark grey. It also has a slightly slower lens. Some models have a built-in panorama function, which blocks light from reaching the top and bottom of the film.