Ricoh Flex 35 (Variant)

Ricoh 35 flex

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The Ricoh 35 Flex was an SLR fixed lens leaf shutter camera marketed by Ricoh in 1963. It was actually the first SLR made by this company. It is equipped with a Ricoh 4-element 2.8/50 lens and a Seikosha shutter. A selenium lightmeter gives the correct exposure and a fully automatic mode is available. In this case, it is not necessary to set the speed or aperture, the lightmeter controls these values.

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