Konica Recorder

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The Recorder is a 35mm half frame point and shoot camera introduced in 1984 by Konica. In some markets it is known as the AA-35. In the closed position, the camera is shaped like a cassette recorder (maybe that's how it got the name?). Sold in gold or black. Unlike most other half frame cameras, the film goes from bottom to top so the picture frame is in the landscape orientation.


  • Hexanon 24mm F/4 lens with 4 elements in 4 groups, FOV similar to 35mm on full frame
  • Active AF, 0.9m to infinity
  • Program AE with CdS meter
  • Shutter speed 1/60s - 1/250s
  • Coupling range EV 10–16 (ISO 100), low light warning lamp in finder
  • GN 12 flash
  • Manual film speed setting ISO/ASA 100-200-400 or DX decoding.
  • Motor drive
  • Uses 2 AA batteries
  • Dimensions: 112x77x30,5 mm (closed)
  • Weight: 250 g without batteries