Special Japanese rangefinder camera from the 1950s, made by the Japanese company Sanei Sangyo.
Lens: Ezumar Anastigmat 1:3.5 f=50mm.
Imported by Fodor (Rotterdam, the Netherlands). Distance setting runs smoothly, rangefinder works. Viewfinder is still pretty clear. Shutter works well at all speeds (1/10 - 1/200 + B), diaphragm is clean and runs smoothly. Glass is clear and scratch-free.
It is an unusual little camera with a special way of reading the distance and opening the camera. Nice for a collection and, if you want to, it can still be used with 35 mm film. With ever-ready bag (bottom loose) and bag with lens hood and UV and yellow filter.
Cute Japanese Samoca 35 Super Rangefinder imported by Dutch firm "Fodor" in the 1950s. Camera is fully functional (shutter, aperture, rangefinder, focussing) and still quite nice cosmetically. Glass of the lens is clear. With camera bag (torn at the bottom) and lens shade and UV and yellow filter in small leather container. Nice addition to a collection and can also still be used to test its performance.
- 型號/類型 號碼
- 35 Super Rangefinder
- Tested and working