Agfa Optima 1a

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Agfa Optima 1a
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Overview
Type 35 mm
Lens
Lens Agfa Color-Agnar f2.8/45
Focusing
Focus manual
Exposure/Metering
Exposure Automatic
Flash
Flash Hot shoe
General
Dimensions 121x82x68 mm

First produced in 1962, the Agfa Optima 1a was one of the first fully automatic 35mm film cameras. The successor to German camera manufacturer Agfa's Optima 1 camera, the camera employed a selenium cell, which provided the power required to read the light level for the automatic calculation of aperture and shutter speed.[1][2]

References[edit]

  1. ^ Halgand, Sylvain. "Agfa Optima IA". www.collection-appareils.fr. Retrieved April 7, 2011. 
  2. ^ "Agfa Kamerawerk AG, Munchen, Germany". The Camera Site. Retrieved April 7, 2011. 

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