The Auto EE is a 35mm compact rangefinder camera from Japanese manufacturer Taron. It was also sold as the Hanimex 35 Auto-EE CDS, Cavalier EE Auto 35 and Amica Eyelux.
- Model: TARON AUTO EE
- Manufacturer: Nippon Kōsokki Seisakusho. About 1960 it became TARON LTD
- Year of construction: from 1963 to 1965
- Type: rangefinder camera for 35mm film
- Lens: TARONAR 45mm f1.8 - f16 (Six elements). The lens it is not interchangeable
- Exposure mode: In Auto mode the CdS meter controls the aperture automatically; there was also manual override
- Film Sensibility: range from 25 ASA up to 400 ASA
- Shutter: Citzen MVE shutter, speeds are B, 1, 1/2, 1/4, 1/8, 1/15, 1/30, 1/60, 1/125, 1/250, 1/500 sec.
- Flash Flash synchronization: M type all speed; X type about 1/30.
- Film advance: manual by the level
- Battery type: PX625 (1.35V)
- Dimension: 135 x 92 x 75 mm .
- Weight: 800 gram
Reference & Bibliography
- McKeown's Price Guide to Antique & Classic Cameras 2001-2002 (Price Guide to Antique and Classic Cameras) (Paperback)
- AKA BA camera, by Burstein-Applebee Company, 1012-14 Mcgee St, Kansas City, Missouri. Taron not stated in manual, only B/A. Exact same manual except SUPERNAR stated as lens and B/A AUTO-EE stated as the camera make in very different text. One page shows the TARON name on the camera, one image of the rewind knob replaced with B/A image.