Super Baldamatic

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The Super Balda Matic is a range of 35mm cameras with shutter priority automatic exposure. They were produced by Balda in Germany, from c.1960. They have an unusual folding film advance key in the base - requiring a 180° turn, along with a spring-out rewind crank.

The wedge-shaped badge at the bottom left of the camera front may ambiguously read as Balda Super Matic on some examples. An un-numbered Super Baldamatic version was offered, without rangefinder focus—some of these lack the name badge entirely.