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The '''Petri Color 35''' is a small [[35mm]], [[leaf shutter|leaf-shutter]] [[viewfinder camera]] with a unique design, released by [[Petri]] in 1968. All its settings are made with three little dials, one for focusing near the [[viewfinder]], and the others on the top for shutter speed and aperture. It also has a unique collapsible film rewind crank, near its side-located [[hot shoe]]. The shutter has speeds 1/15 to 1/250 second, plus 'B', and selectable aperture values are from f2.8 to f22. The camera has a built-in coupled [[CdS]] meter (needs a PX675 battery) with a match-needle indicator, visible in the viewfinder.
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==Further reading==
 
==Further reading==
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* {{J historical}} P.&nbsp;144. Included for its display of distance and exposure in the viewfinder.
 
* {{J historical}} P.&nbsp;144. Included for its display of distance and exposure in the viewfinder.
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In Japanese:
 
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* {{KKS035}}
 
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==External links==
 
==External links==
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* "[http://www.cameraquest.com/petri35.htm Petri's masterpiece: The Color 35 Family]", at [http://www.cameraquest.com/classics.htm Cameraquest]
 
* "[http://www.cameraquest.com/petri35.htm Petri's masterpiece: The Color 35 Family]", at [http://www.cameraquest.com/classics.htm Cameraquest]
 
* [http://www.photoethnography.com/ClassicCameras/PetriColor35.html Petri Color 35], at [http://www.photoethnography.com/ Photoethnography.com]
 
* [http://www.photoethnography.com/ClassicCameras/PetriColor35.html Petri Color 35], at [http://www.photoethnography.com/ Photoethnography.com]
* [http://www.subclub.org/shop/aps.htm Small APS and full-frame 35mm cameras], the Petri Color 35 among them, at [http://www.subclub.org/shop/aps.htm the Sub Club]
 
 
* [http://photo.net/bboard/q-and-a-fetch-msg?msg_id=00B0zs&tag= Daniel Iggers praises his Petri Color 35E], at [http://www.photo.net/community/ Photo.net forums]
 
* [http://photo.net/bboard/q-and-a-fetch-msg?msg_id=00B0zs&tag= Daniel Iggers praises his Petri Color 35E], at [http://www.photo.net/community/ Photo.net forums]
* [http://www.96tsubu.com/archives/category/camera/petri-color35/ Photos taken with a Petri Color 35]
 
  
 
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* "[http://35mm-compact.com/minicompact/petricolor35.htm Le Petri Color 35: Un v&eacute;ritable bijou]" and [http://35mm-compact.com/minicompact/petricolor35e.htm Petri Color 35E], at Lionel's [http://35mm-compact.com/index.php 35mm-compact.com]
 
* "[http://35mm-compact.com/minicompact/petricolor35.htm Le Petri Color 35: Un v&eacute;ritable bijou]" and [http://35mm-compact.com/minicompact/petricolor35e.htm Petri Color 35E], at Lionel's [http://35mm-compact.com/index.php 35mm-compact.com]
* [http://www.collection-appareils.com/appareils/html/petri_35.php Petri Color 35], at [http://www.collection-appareils.com/general/html/francais.php Sylvain Halgand's site]
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* [http://www.collection-appareils.fr/x/html/page_standard.php?id_appareil=243 Petri Color 35] on [http://www.collection-appareils.fr/general/html/francais.php www.collection-appareils.fr] by Sylvain Halgand
 
 
 
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* [http://homepage1.nifty.com/fukucame/daisaku/d12.htm Overhauling the Petri Color 35], at [http://homepage1.nifty.com/fukucame/koda.htm Fukucame camera restorations]
 
* [http://homepage1.nifty.com/fukucame/daisaku/d12.htm Overhauling the Petri Color 35], at [http://homepage1.nifty.com/fukucame/koda.htm Fukucame camera restorations]
* [http://www.d8.dion.ne.jp/~tyakure/petricolor35.htm Petri Color 35] (note the links), at [http://www.d8.dion.ne.jp/~tyakure/index.htm Garakuta-bako]
 
* [http://fine.tok2.com/home/mountmagic/lens/oncamera_lens/color35/PKR/index.htm First] of three pages of photos taken with a Petri Color 35, and "[http://fine.tok2.com/home/mountmagic/lens/oncamera_lens/oncamera_lens_impressions.html On-camera lens impressions]" of the Petri Color 35 (and a number of other cameras), at [http://fine.tok2.com/home/mountmagic/index.html Mount Magic]
 
  
 
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Latest revision as of 02:46, 20 October 2019

The Petri Color 35 is a small 35mm, leaf-shutter viewfinder camera with a unique design, released by Petri in 1968. All its settings are made with three little dials, one for focusing near the viewfinder, and the others on the top for shutter speed and aperture. It also has a unique collapsible film rewind crank, near its side-located hot shoe. The shutter has speeds 1/15 to 1/250 second, plus 'B', and selectable aperture values are from f2.8 to f22. The camera has a built-in coupled CdS meter (needs a PX675 battery) with a match-needle indicator, visible in the viewfinder.

Further reading

In English:

  • The Japanese Historical Camera. 日本の歴史的カメラ (Nihon no rekishiteki kamera). 2nd ed. Tokyo: JCII Camera Museum, 2004. P. 144. Included for its display of distance and exposure in the viewfinder.

In Japanese:

In German:

  • click on image and read Alf Sigaro's lovely description


External links

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In French:

In Japanese: