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Konica pop gray

Konica pop gray

Regular price €140,00 EUR
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Konica pop gray 35mm film camera


History and Presentation of the Device:

The Konica Pop is a simple and unassuming plastic compact camera that nevertheless managed to stand out thanks to its bold design and bright colors. It was released in 1982 by Konica in eight different color variants, ranging from yellow to red, green and pink. This avant-garde design made it a camera in its own right and contributed to its appeal.

The Konica Pop is a 35mm camera that embodies simplicity. It is equipped with a cocking lever, flash and shutter release, eliminating any complications for beginners or those looking for ultimate simplicity.

Depending on the stocks produced at the time, its rarity can vary, and collectors strive to collect the eight color variants available. The fixed-focus Hexanon 36mm f/4 lens is surprisingly good for a camera in this class, although it has its limitations in terms of fixed shutter speed and aperture range (between f/4 and f/11).

Technical characteristics:

  • Objective : The Konica Pop is equipped with a fixed focus Hexanon 36mm f/4 lens. This lens offers surprisingly good performance for a camera in this range.

  • Shutter Speed: The shutter speed is fixed, which means the camera is limited in bright situations. ISO 100 films are recommended, and it is advisable to use the flash when the red light is on for best results.

  • Diaphragm: The diaphragm is adjusted by a small cell and offers apertures between f/4 and f/11.

  • Color Varieties: The Konica Pop is available in eight color variants, each with its rarity level. According to McKeown's Camera Buying Guide from the 90s, the order of rarity would be: Black, Red, Silver, Blue, Yellow, Green, Pink, and Khaki.

Conclusion:

The Konica Pop is a simple, colorful, easy-to-use camera that embodies the simplicity of analog photography. Its bold design and bright colors make it a collector's item prized by many enthusiasts. Although it has limitations in terms of shutter speed and aperture, it can produce surprising results when you choose the right film and use the flash accordingly.

This 80s point and shoot is a fun reminder of when photography was simple and fun.

🛡 Each device is thoroughly tested to ensure proper operation.

📬 Your Konica Pop will be carefully packaged for worry-free delivery.

🚀 Shipping available internationally, so you can capture time wherever you are.

Note: Please note that due to its vintage nature, the camera may show signs of minor wear, contributing to its unique charm. 📜

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