Ricoh 35L Rangefinder, pretty much mint. Pefect working order.
Comes with original box, stay-on case, lens cap and instruction manual
f2.0 48mm lens, hot shoe, shutter speeds from 500 to B
unusual film advance lever on the bottom
light meter needles can be seen through viewfinder and on top of the camera. Meter is powered by a photovoltaic cell i.e. no batteries needed!
Only thing missing is a strap. It had a narrow leather one originally but that wore dangerously thin.
Any questions or if you need more pictures let me know.
£30 plus postage. [NOW SOLD]
I've got a 60s Minolta RF with a selenium match meter which still reads as accurately as you need, no batteries required. The lens on it isn't particularly quick (45/2) and its pretty heavy & bulky but its by far my favourite camera, its just lovely to use and the build quality is ace (minolta & ricoh used to be much higher end than they were in later years).
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