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Is Konica C35 EF good?

Is Konica C35 EF good?

Konica has reprised it’s reputation for Hexanon lenses. Not too big and not too little, the Konica C35 EF has a vintage feel to it. Very simplistic in its features, I love the pictures that it takes. Once you get a feel of how far 3.5ft or 1m is, you’ll get perfectly blurred out backgrounds.

Is Konica C35 EF point and shoot?

The Konica C35 EF is easy to operate: just focus, point, and shoot. The lens is capable of taking clear and sharp photos, which have a nice vintage feel to them – or as the 1977 ad said: No wonder people say: “The lens alone is worth the price.”.

Is Konica C35 EF autofocus?

The Konica C35 EF is a compact camera. It was superseded by the fixed focus Konica C35 EFP and autofocus Konica C35 AF. It’s lens is a Hexanon 38mm f/2.8, known for being tack sharp.

What film does Konica C35 use?

Any 35mm film (eBay / Amazon) can be used in the Konica C35 EFP. However, it should have a sensitivity of ISO 100 or ISO 400, as only these two values are supported by the exposure meter. The sensitivity is set on the lens.

Does Konica C35 EF need batteries?

Battery. The Konica C35 EF is designed to be used with a 1.35 volt PX-675 mercury button cell. Since the battery is no longer in production, replacements in the form of the 1.35 zinc-air hearing aid battery, or a higher voltage SR or LR 44 (1.5 volts) are often used.

What cameras did Andy Warhol use?

An obsessive photographer, Warhol took more than 100,000 photographs between 1977 and 1987, most with his beloved SX70 Polaroid camera (which Polaroid kept in production just for Warhol) and larger-format black and white prints with an SLR 35 mm camera.

Does Konica C35 need battery?

Is Konica C35 Automatic?

Introduced in 1971, the C35 Automatic is a follow-up of the original Konica C35 which was first introduced in 1968 and comes with ‘Flashmatic’ control. Designed to be inexpensive and easy to use, exposure selection on the C35 series is fully automatic.

Does Konica C35 have flash?

The all-plastic-bodied Konica C35 EF is the first follow-up to the series. Launched in 1975, the C35 EF was the first 35mm compact camera with a built-in flash and was nicknamed ‘Pikkari’ in Japan. The camera has a similarly configured 4-element Hexanon 38mm F2.

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