35mm compact zone focus viewfinder camera produced by Haking in late 1970's with built in Flash. Has manual film advance. Sylvain Halgand describes the 4 element lens structure as as a Tessar type.
Re-branded as a Topcon 135 EE and as the Argus C3 Electro. Haking also produced the Revue 350F for Foto-Quelle which appear similar but with with a 38mm 1:4 lens.
The Halina Autoflash 35 can either be a name variant of this camera, or a restyled model which has a shorter focal length 38mm 1:2.8 lens. The Haking H400 is a simpler fixed focus version.
- Lens: 40mm 1:2.8
- Focus: Zone
- Meter: CdS
- Exposure: automatic
- Shutter speed: 1/30-1/250
- Film speeds 25-450 ASA