A fantastic little 35mm half frame viewfinder camera originally released in 1963.
It’s super easy to use, focus is set using the symbols on the lens. Aperture and shutter speed are linked, and controlled using the outer ring around the lens, simply match the two needles in the window on the top of the camera and you have the correct exposure set. The camera will use a combination between ƒ.2.8 and 1/30 sec and ƒ.22 and 1/250 sec.
In box, with Lens Cap, Original Wrist Strap, Case & UV Filter.
*It’s geeky we know but, this particular model is an early serial number meaning the build quality and finish is of a higher standard to the later ones. This can often be identified by the chrome housing around the light meter.