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The Konica Electron is a fixed lens 35 mm rangefinder made by Konica in 1969. It was designed to be the rival of the Yashica Electro 35 with an aperture priority exposure control program.

The Electron didn't meet success and is not as common as other Konica rangefinders.

Konica Electron Specification[]

  • 1.8/45 Hexanon lense, 6 elements in 4 groups
  • Copal shutter
  • Coupled rangefinder
  • Aperture priority automatic exposure control


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