Kodak 35 EF
|Kodak 35 EF Closed & Open with pop out flash|
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The Kodak 35 EF is a simple fixed focus viewfinder 35mm camera made by Kodak from 1986. It features a f/4 35mm Ektanar lens. A slider adjust the aperture between 2 settings dependant on film speed (100/200 iso or 400/800 iso) and the shutter speed is fixed.
The camera has a manually triggered pop up flash (switch on base) which is powered by 2xAAA batteries. This also powers a low light warning LED (triggered on half depressing shutter) although the camera still fires without batteries. A manual slider protects the lens and locks shuttering. Film is manually advanced by a thumbwheel on rear. There is no tripod mount point, cable tread point or timer.
Camera was made in Japan.