Agfa Clack (1954 -1965) | German made point-to-shoot box camera with pre-set shutter at 1/30th of a second, and three aperture setting options (f/8, f/11 and f12.5). There is a bulb and self timer capability as well. The camera captures 6 x 9cm sized images on 120mm film. This is a fully mechanically operated camera that doesn’t require batteries.
Yashica D (1967) | Medium format twin lens reflex (TLR) camera mounted with a Yashikor 80mm f/2.8 taking lens. Manually controllable shutter (bulb to 1/500th of a second) and aperture (f/3.5 to f/22). The camera has a self timer, flash socket and sync switch. Captures 6 x 6cm sized images on 120mm film. This is a fully mechanically operated camera that doesn’t require batteries.
Yashica Electro 35 GSN (1971-1977) | 35mm range finder camera mounted with a Yashinon 45mm f/1.7 lens. This is an aperture priority camera that lets you select the aperture and the metering system determines the best shutter speed (30s to 1/500s). Special features in the GSN version are the extended ASA range (25-1000) and hot shoe. The camera requires a 4LR44 battery (with a hack) for its operation.
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