Anny 10 Super
The Anny 10 Super is a viewfinder camera for Bolta 35 mm roll film, made by Hōei in about 1960. It is an improved version of the Anny 10. Like that camera, it is styled to resemble a 35 mm rangefinder; the 'rangefinder' window only shows a red indicator when the shutter release is locked, however. The 'Super' front nameplate is covered by a green filter, like that used in several Petri rangefinders of the same period (for example, the Color Super).
Like the Anny 10, the Super has a fixed-focus 5 cm f/8 lens. whereas on the earlier camera the exposure adjustments (such as they are) are on the lens barrel, The Super has a film speed selector on the top housing, with speeds 1/25 and 1/50 second, plus 'B'. The aperture is adjustable from f/8 to f/22. As on the Anny 10, the shutter is synchronised for flash with a PC socket on the front of the body, and there is a cold shoe on top.
The Super has lever film advance, though the red window (actually green) must still be used. As on the earlier camera, there is a dummy film rewind knob (Bolta film is 35 mm roll film, so is not rewound).