The Anny 35 was an inexpensive Japanese camera that took 135 film. It was made by Hōei (transliterated as Houay on the camera) during the 1960s. It featured a single element 50mm f8 fixed focus lens, 1 shutter speed and a selection of f stops.
The octagonal body shape, winding knob and lens barrel bear some resemblance to Hōei's Anny 44 127 film camera.
There was also an unrelated Diana camera named Anny.
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