Konica C35 AF
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The Konica C35 AF was the first mass-produced autofocus camera. it was first released in November 1977.
It featured a fixed-aperture Hexanon 38 mm f/2.8 lens, a built-in electronic flash, and an automatic exposure system to select the appropriate shutter speed. The C35 employed a leaf shutter with three speeds, 1/60, 1/25, and 1/250. While most of the camera's features were electronic, the film advance was still mechanical.
- Konica C35 Automatic by Luis Triguez
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