Amica Amimatic

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Amica International Corp.[1] may have manufactured (or at least had its name engraved onto) the Japanese Amimatic camera, available in small numbers around 1967. This was a model accepting drop-in 126 film cartridges, with an f/2.8 35mm lens. Exposure is automatically controlled with a selenium meter; or when making flash exposures with the included flashcube socket, the lens aperture is coupled to the scale focusing distance for proper exposure.


  1. Otherwise only known from the Amica Eyelux, manufactured by Taron.