KONICA C35 EF RANGEFINDER CAMERA - Vintage Retro Film, Hexanon 38mm f2.8, JAPAN
Konica C35 EF 35mm with Hexanon 38mm f/2.8 Lens. The first compact camera with built-in flash. Purported to be Andy Warhol's favorite camera in the late 1970's, for a period of time. Automatic compact 35mm camera with built in electronic flash and automatic exposure control. Lens is the Hexanon 38mm f/2.8 with 4 elements in 3 group construction. The shutter is a Konica between the lens with speeds of 1/60 sec, 1/125 sec and 1/250 sec. Exposure meter is the in lens CdS cell. Dimensions are 128mm by 73mm by 53mm and the weight is about 350g. The camera uses two AA batteries for the flash and one 1.35v button cell for the light meter - (not included).
Cosmetically, the camera is in very good external condition - Covering is intact and clean - trim is bright with no dents. Shutter works smoothly at all speeds. Metering tested with battery and the meter works. Lens is in very good cosmetic and functional condition.