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Petri Computor 35 Rangefinder Film Camera Sample Photos

Film Size: 135 Picture Size: 24x36mm
Marketed: 1970 to 1974
Lens Mount: Fixed
Lens: Petri CC 40mm f/2.8
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Ralf Brown25-Nov-2004 04:32
The Computor 35 was an early camera with automatic exposure, having a Cadmium Sulfide electric eye for metering, and displaying either a green or an orange light in the rangefinder (also visible through the top of the camera) depending on whether the metered exposure time was more or less than 1/30 second. Predating DX coding, the camera can be set for ISO (at the time, ASA) 50 through 800 in 1/3 stops.

Exposure options on this camera are fairly limited: automatically metered shutter speed
(IIRC, 1/250 through at least 10 seconds) at f/2.8, or f/2.8 through f/22 in full stops
at 1/20 second, which was also the X-sync speed (the camera has both a standard hot shoe
and PC connector; there is no built-in flash).

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