The Revue 35 FC was built by Haking under the name Haking Compact-SC or Halina Micro 35, but also rebranded as Ansco 2000 Micro 35, Miranda 35ME and by Foto-Quelle as Revue 35FC.
Its style resembles the Cosina CX-2 or the LOMO LC-A (which was inspired by the Cosina). But in contrast to the Cosina, this
is a basic camera with a fixed focus lens, only one shutter speed and a limited
choice of film speed settings. Every film speed setting is related to a
fixed f-stop. You can see the size of the diaphragm through the lens when
the shutter is not cocked. There is no exposure metering, but it has
a built-in "autosensor" electronic flash which switches on
automatically at insufficient light. The batteries are only required
for the flash, so the camera perfectly works without. There was a similar model without flash.
The camera was released in the early 80s. Other than black, the camera was available in red, yellow, blue and green.
Its main features are:
38mm 3-element wide angle glass lens, coated, focus free, 0.7 m-∞ Shutter ca. 1/125 Size 111x70x49, Weight 230 gr.
It opens by moving the film advance a little bit, even when the film
was already advanced. Viewer, flash (GN ~10), "film speed" selector,
lens and shifter to reduce the flash power.
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