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The Anny 35 is an inexpensive Japanese 35mm viewfinder camera. It was made by Hōei (transliterated as Houay on the camera) during the 1960s. It has a single element 50mm f/8 fixed focus lens. It has a single speed shutter, but the aperture is adjustable. The shutter is synchronised, with a PC socket, and there is a cold shoe on the top.
The octagonal body shape, winding knob and lens barrel bear some resemblance to Hōei's Anny 44 127 film camera.
There is also an unrelated Diana camera named Anny.