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Hanimex 35es is a 35mm film camera from circa 1980s, distributed by Hanimex. It has similar (but not identical) external design to the Halina 160 and Halina 260, suggesting it was made by Haking. The bottom of the camera says Made in Hong Kong. It has a built-in flash and a 33mm lens. The film speed setting has to be chosen manually (the available options are 100, 200 and 400 ISO), which changes the aperture. The flash requires two AAA batteries. Film is advanced manually. It is fixed-focus. The exterior design has the benefit of making it very hard to accidentally have a finger over the lens.