Cleaned heavy sealed/rugged point and shoot camera in [Excellent+], tested and fully working condition.
Comes with a original leather bag and strap.
The camera is tested with film by p___ascal.
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There are not many signs of use.
Small scratches and marks. Mainly on the back door.
Otherwise it looks very clean.
Almost no dust in the viewfinder, sensor and flash.
Very clean inside with good light weather seals.
No fungus, no fog, no scratches and normal dust inclusions in the lens.
The Konica Off-road Wide 28 (also known as “Genba Kantoku”) is a rugged 35mm film camera released in Japan by Konica in 1990.
Between 1988 to 2001, Konica released a series of ruggedized cameras such as the Genba Kantoku aimed at the Japanese construction industry. Its basic purpose was to record construction work in, often, harsh conditions. To this purpose, these cameras were designed to be waterproof (JIS protection grade 4-8), dust, sand proof and anti-shock impact resistant.
This also could be a very good camera for hiking, camping or for a festival.
It uses a Cds metering sensor with a range of 5.5 to 16.5 EV (ISO 100). Changing flash settings is done by pressing the mode button and cycles the various options. The built-in flash has a range up to 5.3m at ISO 100 and 10m with ISO 400 film. There is a LCD panel which displays, exposure counter, battery level with flash settings of auto, on, off, self-timer, macro and infinity. The film loading and advance is automatic with a motor drive. A window is on the film back as a reminder of emulsion type.
– Lens: Konica 28mm f3.5 lens, 5 elements in 5 groups
– Shutter: Programmed electronic shutter, 1/4–1/280 s.
– Minimum focusing distance of 0.75m
– Viewfinder: Bright frames with LED indicators for low light(flash) and focus.
– Film speed: DX coded films from ISO 25 to 3200.
– Film transport: Automatic advance and rewind.
– Power: 1x 2CP5 6V
– Dimensions: 80 x 49 x 45cm
– Weight: 350g. (with Battery)
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