Agfa Optima Flash Sensor

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Agfa Optima Flash Sensor

The Agfa Optima Flash is a fixed-lens 35 mm viewfinder camera manufactured in Portugal by Agfa from 1981 to 1983. It belongs to the Agfa Optima series, features the same big red Sensor shutter-release and large viewfinder as any other in the series, with some improvements and a built-in flash.


  • Lens: Agfa Solitar 40mm f2.8; four elements in three groups
  • Focus: Manual 0.9m to infinity scale-focus
  • Shutter: 2-bladed leaf-shutter
  • Shutter speed: 1/30s - 1/500s automatic
  • Aperture: f2.8 - f22 automatic
  • Exposure mode: Programmed automatic
  • Exposure sensor: Twin CdS cells
  • Viewfinder: Bright-line type
  • Flash: Integral - manually raised when required
  • Flash Guide Number: N/A
  • Filter size: 49mm
  • Film type: 135 film
  • Film speed range: ASA 25 - 500
  • Film advance: Manual - lever-wind
  • Film rewind: Manual - uses same lever as film-advance (rewind-mode selected via dedicated button)
  • Battery: Two 1.5 Volt type AAA
  • Size: 120 x 85 x 56 mm when folded, 120 x 119 x 56 mm with flash open
  • Weight: 330 gram
  • Self-timer: No
  • Tripod mount: Yes

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