8.5 condition working perfect come with 6 months warranty
This is a typical fixed lens 35mm rangefinder from the 1970s, but with a body on the large side. The lens is a fixed Yashinon 45/2.8 which focuses from about 1m to infinity and takes 55mm filters. The aperture priority exposure system is measured by a CdS meter above the lens. CdS metering requires batteries. Two LEDs on the top of the body indicate slow speed and over-exposure. The camera was available with either a black or chrome body
- Film type 135 (35mm)
Picture size 24mm x 36mm
Lens Yashinon f/2.8 45mm lens, four elements in three groups.
Shutter Electronic-controlled leaf-type shutter with continuously variable speeds from 1/500 sec. to about 2 seconds; built-in self-timer; direct X contact shoe. Shutter speed sets automatically at 1/30 sec. when Auto lever is adjustable to flash setting.
Viewfinder Bright frame finder with parallax correction marks; shows yellow and red exposure indicator arrows.
Exposure meter Fully automatic 'Top-Eye' CdS exposure control; precise shutter speed assuring correct exposure is set automatically through pre selection of exposure symbol (lens aperture); EV range from EV2 to 17 (ASA 100); exposure indicator lamps in viewfinder and on camera top-yellow signaling slow shutter speed.
ASA range From ASA 25; to 800
Film Advance Single action film advance lever advances the exposed frame and cocks the shutter.
Battery One 5.6V mercury battery (Eveready E164, UCAR E 164, Mallory PX32 or equivalent.)
Size and Weight; 140.6 x 72 x 82 mm; ~620 g
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