<p>Yes there are adapters available but they have to incorporate another lens to allow focussing to infinity. This causes a magnification factor...
<p>That was the full frame film size back then and what you have is a "half-frame" camera. They're all marked like that and it's a tad...
<p>I've had one in the past and can confirm that they work very well. They often appear on eBay.<br /> <br /> Roger</p>
There's also one (4mb pdf file) on my site ... http://www.provins.org.uk ... look under "instruction books"
You should be able to get the PX640a alkaline replacement in you country.
Here's one from the UK...
This is what a friend of mine has come up with.
I looked through...
I've tarted the photo up a little and put it here ......
That letter is a 2 I think and it looks so like a UK number plate. I've asked the question (and put a link) on a British forum ... pretty sure...
The building stones look distinctly like those here in UK and the car seems to be right hand drive - is that significant?
Dan, I the colour effect you are seeing is a degrading and colour changing of the printed photo's dyes over time. It probably looked a darn sight...
There were several from this company they were rebadged German cameras. Can you describe yours more fully please.
There's a scan of the original MC instruction book on my web site.
First link is wrong - but just type px640 in the site's search box.
You need 2 x PX640. http://www.smallbattery.company.org.uk/index.htm?http://www.smallbattery.company.org.uk/sbc_a26px.htm
Also see here...
There's an instruction booklet scan on my website http://www.provins.org.uk
The Yashica Electro 35 is not dependant on the original 5.6v it is happy with anything from 4.5v - 6.5v, A suitable battery, PX32, has never been...
Sort of an early Cosina :)
Thanks all. I've managed to pin in down to being most likely a Balda Baldaxette I from 1936.
Thanks, sorry the photos not good the owner did send me another ..<div>[ATTACH]</div>
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