Konica C35 EF aka C35 New EF aka Pikkari
Film range: 25 to 400 ASA.
Lens: Hexanon 38mm, f2.8, 4 elements in 3 groups
Filter ring: 46mm
Focus range: 3.5 feet to infinity
Shutter: 1/60, 1/125, 1/250 shutter speeds. (also 1/30 AND 1/650???, see comments below)
Use 2 x AA batteries to power the flash and 1 X 1.3 volt button cell (mercury PX675 or EXP675) for the CDS light meter. Apparently, using modern 1.5v batteries won't negatively effect C41 or black and white films. Correct voltage may be needed for slide film.
With flash off, the camera will select the correct aperture. The CDS above the lens controls which f stop is used.
I believe the shutter speed is determined by the ISO setting in non-flash mode.
As this is the NEW EF - the original had no timer - there is a third shutter speed of 1/250. The old EF had 1/60 and 1/125.
Note the camera shoots without any batteries. It may default to
either 1/60 or 1/125 depending on the ISO. I believe it shoots at its widest aperture, f2.8.
In flash mode the camera default to an aperture determined by the ISO. The camera may default to a shutter speed of
The window beside the viewfinder has a light meter attached to the flash. This may govern how much light the flash emits.
On this camera, after some cleaning, everything seems to be in good working order.