Minolta AF-C

The AF-C combines an active AF, a quiet shutter and a 2,8/35mm lens in a light and handy body. A great camera for everyday use. The camera has a program AE and can be set from 25 to 400 ASA. Film is transported by a thumbwheel, not by a noisy motor!
The front plate has to be slided down to activate the camera. The distance setting can be locked by pressing the release knob halfway. The finder shows a green light for correct distance setting and a red light as a shake warning.

Ricoh 800EES

Full AE rangefinder, nearly identical to the Olympus 35ED. Shutter speeds up to 1/800s.
Very quiet shutter, smooth, but not loose advance lever.

Chinon 35F-A

Early AF point and shoot camera; AF memory via shutter releasa button and distance symbols in the finder.
The design with the square lens housing is quite unusual. The shutter release button can be locked.
The lens is the usual 2,8/38mm, the shutter speeds are 1/8 - 1/500s.