Ricoh 35ZF

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The Ricoh 35 ZF is a viewfinder camera with a fixed lens from 1976, the first model to made by Ricoh in Taiwan. ZF stands for Zone Focus.

There are versions without and with a self-timer. The latter includes an extra "ST" badge on front of the camera.


  • Type: viewfinder camera
  • Film: 35mm
  • Lens: Rikenon f 2.8 / 40mm
  • Shutter: Ricoh, Speeds 1/8 - 1/500 sec + B
  • Focusing: zone focus with 3 symbols (1m, 2.5m, infinity).
  • Exposure Control: manual shutter speed selection, aperture controlled by CdS meter or manually.
  • Power: Originally a PX625 mercury cell.
  • Dimensions: 111x71x56mm
  • Weight: 400g