Introduced in 1971, the Konica C35 Automatic is a compact ragnefinder small enough to carry in a pocket. It features a fully automatic exposure system in which the shutter speed and aperture run in predefined combinations.
Mine was an eBay bargain; the leatherette is peeling from the back cover and it needs new light seals. In any event, the shutter and meter seem to function properly. I've loaded it with a roll of Kodak Ektar 100 and pocketed it for a few days.
Konica C35 family @CameraWiki
Manual from Mike Butkus as usual
and the obligatory eBay link.
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[…] C35 proved to be a nice pocket camera. In spite of my concerns, the poor seals did not produce any […]
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