This is a Focus Free Camera, a bit better than a simple plastic camera,
with some features. So I did not put it on my plastic camera pages. It was
released in 1984 and is not so common now. I has a flash and 5 apertures.
main features are:
F3.8 Pentax wide angle lens, 3 elements in 3 groups, focus free, min focus
1/125, F3.8 - F19 in 5 steps
Double Exposure Prevention, flash, exposure warning, 3 ISO settings and 3
Size 120 x 67 x 47, Weight 178 gr.
Camera front. CdS cell on the lens. 3 ISO settings. Flash guide no. 12.
Camera back. Viewer.
If you push up the flash slider, a little block with flash ready lamp is
Camera top. Flash lamp, rewind. Film counter and shutter release. On the
lens barrel are 2 setting rings. The one near the body is set to the
according ISO. The one on the front is set to one of the 3 weather
symbols. In case of flash you can read and set the range.
Camera bottom. Rewind switch, tripod socket. Battery compartment.
Takes 2 AA batteries.
the basics of a camera, focus free, single shutter speed and 5 apertures.
On the lens barrel you
have 2 setting rings. The one near the body is set to the according ISO.
This shifts the range of the weather symbols. The ring to the front
shows 3 weather symbols, but there are 5 settings. With ISO 200 setting
you have one smaller and one bigger aperture left. In case of flash you
can read and set the range of the flash and adjust if necessary.
If you choose the right film, ISO 400 in general and ISO 200 on very sunny
days, you can shoot outside photos that look OK. The rest will be "Lomo"
but you can use flash for interior photos.