The Konica C35 of 1968 is a 35mm camera and first of a series of four cameras from Konishiroku.
The Konica C35 was the first of a number of compact cameras that swept the marketplace in the early seventies. Cameras from other Japanese companies introduced after 1970 show its importance and influence. Its appeal to the general public was obvious from the start: it was a compact, light and simple to use camera with an excellent lens that was distinctly wider than average for the time and that took good photographs because it could be focused accurately. It was an outstanding sales success throughout the world.
- Lens: Hexanon 38 f/2.8 (3 groups and 4 elements)
- Film speed settings: 25-400 ISO, set manually
- Shutter: 1/30 to 1/650 sec
- Aperture: Automatic adjustment according to exposure
- Film Winding: Single stroke winding lever
- Self Timer
Comes with the following:
- Wrist strap
- Ricoh lenscap
- Good working condition
- Leatherette isn't the nicest anymore
What you still need:
- 2x AA battery
- 35mm film
Sample photos taken with Fomapan 100. The camera in the photos is the camera you are purchasing.