The Electro 35 is a leaf shutter rangefinder camera made by Japanese company Yashica from 1969 with a coupled and fixed 1:1.7 45 mm lens. It was the first electronically controlled camera, operating mainly in an aperture priority mode, though with options for operation at ‘flash’ 1/30 (though the leaf shutter can sync at any speed) and bulb.
|Key features:||Aperture-priority auto exposure, leaf shutter, flash sync, rangefinder focusing.|
|Compatibility:||Minolta M/MD lenses.|
|Batteries:||5.6V, but can be run at 6V with 4 x LR44’s and some tinfoil.|
|Condition:||Overall great condition, some wear on the bottom plate but no scratches. Rangefinder is clean, clear & accurate.|
|Included:||Batteries (rig), lens cap, and strap included.|