Elikon Autofocus (Эликон Автофокус) is a 35mm film viewfinder camera made by Vilejka for MMZ (BeLomo) and introduced in 1986.

It is identical to Elikon 35C, but with autofocus. The first Soviet autofocus camera is Elikon. It is very similar with Konica C35AF. Series of the camera is Elikon. There are 3 sub-types of the camera. [1]

Some featuresEdit

  • Autofocus
  • Focus range: 1.1 m to inf.
  • Lens: Industar-95 38mm f/2.8, filter thread 46mm
  • Electronicaly controlled shutter speeds 1/8 -1/500, stepless
  • Coupled CdS auto controlled lightmeter
  • Parallax correction frame in the finder
  • Built-in electronicaly controlled flash
  • Flash LED in the finder
  • Body is plastic
  • Auto loading the film
  • Two AA batteries

Elikon series modelsEdit

Notes and referencesEdit

  1. Typing is as to Alexander Komarov


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