Konica MR. 640

€ 89,95

The MR.640 is an autofocus camera with two focal lengths released in June, 1988 by Konica. It can be regarded as the weather-proof cousin of the Konica MR.70 LX. A year later, a shock resistant variation was released in Japan called Konica Genba Kantoku DD.

The lens switches (using a button on the back) between 40 and 60 mm (hence the model name, MR.640). In order to make the complicated moving lens mechanism weather-proof, the lens moves internally in a protruding shell with an integrated skylight filter. 



- Lens: Konica 40-60mm f/3.5-5.2

- Film speed settings: DX ISO

- Shutter: Automatic

- Film Winding: Automatic

- Flash: Built-in

- Weight: 350g

- Weatherproof


Comes with the following:

- Strap



Good working condition


What you still need:

- 1x 6V Lithium battery 2CR5

- 35mm film


 The camera you purchase might not be the camera from the photos.