Yashica Partner AF

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The Yashica Partner AF is a autofocus auto exposure 35mm film compact camera manufactured by Kyocera. A date version is also available as the Yashica Partner AF-D.

It uses a 35mm f/3.5 lens made of 4 elements on 3 groups. The lens has a focusing distance of 1m to infinity and is protected by a sliding door cover. The automatic exposure system uses a CdS based sensor. Film speeds can be set at 100, 200, 400, and 1000 ISO. The built-in flash is activated by sliding it to the left hand side, it has a GN of 12. The viewfinder has bright line for framing and LED's for focus confirmation and flash indicator. If the light isn't sufficient the flash symbol reminds you to switch on the flash light, otherwise the shutter won't release. The film transport is advanced with a film advance wheel and rewound with a rewind crank on top of the camera. The film counter is located by the red shutter release button and is automatic resetting and upwards counting. It is powered by two AA alkaline batteries.