Bell and Howell Auto 35/Reflex 1969-1973
 Bell and Howell and Canon had an odd relationship in the late 60's and early 70's.
I had a few odd relationships in those years too, but you don't care about that.

 The camera pictured at left is the basically same camera as Canon's EX-EE and the EX Auto QL.

For some reason, I associate Bell and Howell with film projectors.

The camera has a fixed lens with interchangeable front elements. It has automatic shutter priority TTL metering.
It can also be used in manual.

Lens opening is controlled by the knurled wheel at left. So is the EE setting. You can see the lens opening setting
in the viewfinder.
The camera is built to last and weighs a couple of pounds. The Auto exposure feature in this camera still works but I used
sunny 16.

Was there a "DESIGN 236" or a "DESIGN 238 ?"

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Tower on Quabbin Mountain.

Remains of The Powers Mansion - Quabbin Reservation

West entrance to Powers Mansion.