a very basic compact camera, focus free. I
got it for next to nothing, so I tested it
nevertheless. There is little to no information about this camera. If you search for it, you find an Elite EL 35 SFX, a similar featured camera in a more 90s styled housing, this Elite 35 SFX in a more rounded style and an Elite 35 AFX, an autofous version instead of a focus free one. There is no information on the other ones as well. Its main features are:
F3.8 focus-free lens, min. focus ?m Shutter speed ?
119x70x45, Weight 237 gr.
Limited DX code for ISO 100 - 400 (only 2 contacts), auto wind, rewind via
switch, AE, flash
view. Flash OK lamp and exposure warning lamp.
Viewer. Film type window.
from above. Motor wind indicator, mecanical film counter and shutter button.
from below. Battery compartment (take 2 AA batteries). Rewind switch,
only works when the camera is switched of and there is film across the
film plane. No tripod socket.
open. Slider for flash.
compartment open. Instructions in French tell you pull th film leader
up to the line A to B and the insert it into the slit of the film wind
chamber. Close the back and press the shutter once.
camera is incredibly basic. You slide it open and push the shutter,
that's all. There are no features except flash. There is a warning if you should put the flash on. The camera
fixed focus lens. No night photos. Point and