Konica S II Fully manual 35mm range finder camera


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9/10 condition working perfect come with 6 months warranty

* Doesn't have Selenium cell *



The Konica SII was introduced by Konishiroku in 1961 and sold mostly in Japan. It was a subtle update of the 1959 S which was the first coupled light meter camera made by Konica. The most obvious difference between the two being the all black lens of the SII where the S was chrome at the front. The S series is not to be confused with the Auto S series; the S series do not provide auto exposure.

The SII uses a selenium cell light meter so does not require a battery but it’s rare to find a meter that still works as the cells lose accuracy or expire completely over time. That said, it’s not meter-dependent so the camera is perfectly usable without a working meter, judging exposures mentally using the simple sunny16 system.


  • Lens : HEXANON 48mm 1:2 6 elements in 5 groups
  • Diaphragm: f2 - f22
  • Shutter: Copal SVE
  • Shutter Speeds: B, 1-1/500
  • Viewfinder: Side-illuminated optical frame with full parallax compensation
  • Focusing: Coupled rangefinder, double-image focusing spot
  • Focal Range: 3ft - ∞
  • Exposure Meter: Coupled selenium
  • Exposure Modes: Manual
  • Winding Method: Simultaneous film advance and shutter cocking, single-stroke
  • Winding Distance: Lever pull-out angle 30º, action angle 120º
  • ASA: 10-800
  • Filter Mount: 49mm, screw-in
  • Self-timer: Approx 10 seconds
  • Dimensions: 132 x 85.5 x 72mm
  • Weight: 720g / 1.6lb
  • Year: 1961




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