Canon A35F - 1978

The A35 F is not quite a point and shoot camera. You have to focus this little rangefinder but the camera does the rest. The lens opening that the camera chooses is displayed in the viewfinder. No indication of shutter speed. Most people that bought this camera didn't know what shutter speed was and
didn't care.

If there's not enough light, the shutter locks. You can then choose to pop up the flash or say the hell with it. I scoffed at cameras like this for years. Now I think they're cool.

Cornfield in Hadley MA. Before the snow.

My good friend, Mark with a late season smallmouth on The CT. River in South Hadley MA.

Greene's barn in late December sunlight.

Photo by EFG

Arista 200 film