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The Konica Auto S2 is a Japanese 35mm compact rangefinder camera that was produced in 1965 by Konishiroku Photo Industry Company. The camera has a non-interchangeable Konica Hexanon 1:1.8-16 45mm lens with a meter cell located on lens front top and a built-in pop-up hood for flare reduction. The viewfinder also features automatic parallax correction. It was also sold in the U.S. as the Wards am551.

Technical Information[edit | edit source]

Film[edit | edit source]

35 millimeter film in safety cartridge.

Lens[edit | edit source]

Hexanon f/1.8, f=45mm 6 elements in 4 groups

Dimensions[edit | edit source]

138mm (width) x 82.2mm (height) x 73.5mm (thickness)

Weight[edit | edit source]

750 grams


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