Agfa Optima 1535 Sensor

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Agfa Optima 1535 Sensor
Agfa Optima-1535.jpg
Overview
Type 35 mm rangefinder camera
Lens
Lens mount Agfa Solitar S f2.8/40, 4 Lens in 3 groups
Focusing
Focus manual
Exposure/Metering
Exposure aperture priority with electronic shutter
General
Dimensions 04 x 69 x 56 mm

The Agfa Optima 1535 Sensor is a 35 mm rangefinder camera manufactured by the German company Agfa in 1977.

It has the typical big finder of the Optima series, but on this special model it is combined with a superimposed coupled rangefinder. Shutter speed is controlled electronically by a CdS meter, with speeds from 15 sec. to 1/1000 sec. A special feature of the series is the film advance lever which can be switched to also rewind the film at its end.

Specifications[edit]

  • Lens: Agfa Solitar S 1:2.8/40mm, 4 lenses in 3 groups
  • Focus: 0.9 m to infinity
  • Shutter speed: ~15 – 1/1000 (electronic shutter)
  • Aperture: 2.8 – 22
  • Exposure mode: full auto
  • Go/no-go green and red LED in viewfinder, as shutter speed indication
  • Filter size: 49mm
  • Film type: 135 film
  • Film speed scale: ASA 25 – 500
  • Battery: Three P625U
  • Size: 104 × 69 × 56 mm
  • Weight: 260 gram
  • Self-timer: no

External links[edit]

This article was originally based on "Optima Sensor 1535" in Camerapedia, retrieved at an unknown date under the GNU Free Documentation License.