I picked this camera up for £5. Not being familiar with the model I had no idea what did what. Neither did the seller. Main difference in first use between this model and the lower spec LED model I have had for years is the lens release button. On this one it is on the top, on the LED and similar it is on the front. Consequently I suggested it was broken the seller agreed and that was it.
I did feel a teeny weeny bit guilty as once I got it home and worked out what did what is was obviously fine mechanically. The built in meter uses a old style battery, and to be honest I can live without the meter. Focusing is by estimation, although in practise it is rairly a problem. Shutter has to be cocked before the lens, to which the shutter unit is attached can be pushed back into the camera body.
The camera was manufactured in Singapore between 1976 and 1980. Lens is a 40mm f3.5 Tessar. One side sets the aperture the other the shutter between 1 and 1/500. Film goes from right to left. Flash shoe is on the bottom of the camera so it is best to use the camera upside down when using flash.
Rollie (Gevart?) colour slide film.
Leeds Liverpool Canal
Rollie colour slide film. Looks like autumn.
Grand Central Railway
Just called in after going to another event in the morning. Rollie slide film.
Station where we went to and returned from. Rollie slide film.
TEchnically it is a ford above the weir.
silsden Town Hall
An awkward spot for a decent photograph.
Some example pictures taken with the camera. The Colour one were on Rollie 200 colour slide film.