Mamiya EE Super Merit

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The EE Super Merit was a 1962 shutter priority autoexposure camera made by Mamiya. This is the rangefinder-focusing model with an f/2.8 Mamiya-Kominar 40mm lens. Around the lens was a ring-shaped selenium photocell—located within the filter threads to compensate automatically for the light-loss when filters were used.

Mamiya also provided this camera for other distributors to sell under their own names. It appeared as the Mansfield Eye-Tronic R and as the Honeywell Electric Eye 35R.

Mamiya made a simpler variant of this same camera using zone focus, the Mamiya EE Merit. Besides the rangefinder focus, the EE Super Merit can be distinguished by the black plastic frame around the viewfinder windows.

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