Beauty 35 Super

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The Beauty 35 Super is a 35mm coupled rangefinder introduced in 1956 by the Japanese company Taiyōdō. It is fitted with a 45 mm f/2.8 F.C. Canter lens.

The film wind lever contains a frame counter and a film reminder dial with 4 positions: empty, b&w, color tungsten and color daylight.

Two versions of this model are known. One with a Copal MX shutter with a maximum speed of 1/300 sec. The other variant has a Synchro-Compur MX shutter with a maximum shutter speed of 1/500 sec. In the pictures below both models are shown, note the different position of the m/x flash contact.



Beauty 35 Super versions



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