Ricoh and Mamiya 35mm CamerasTwo examples of 60's - 70's Japanese film cameras. Both of appeal to "lomographers" - but also capable of producing good quality pictures... Both have threaded filter mounts and will compensate the exposure for filters. Ricoh 35EF Manual film advance and rewind. Auto-exposure: ASA 25 - 400 Fixed shutter, auto-aperture control. Manual focus: zone symbols and metres. Lens: Color Rikenon 40mm f2.8. Metal 46mm(?) filter mount. Pop-up flash Button-cell battery for light meter, single AA cell for flash (optional). Predominantly metal construction: all external housing is brass or steel. Central tripod bush; cable release fitting.
Mamiya 135AFManual film advance and rewind. Auto-exposure: ASA 25 - 400 Programmed shutter-speed and aperture control. Auto focus, with distance displayed in the viewfinder. Lens: Mamiya-Sekor 38mm f2.8. 46mm(?) filter mount ring. Built-in flash with "low light" warning LED. Two AA cells power all functions. Predominantly plastic construction with a metal back. Offset tripod bush; cable release fitting.
Condition: RicohA sturdy, good-handling camera. Complete with strap and original lens cap. Clean and in good condition, with only minor wear-and-tear. The light seals look a little perished, as would be expected in a camera of this age (over 40 years old). Mechanics are excellent, ... read more