Konica for a Konica! First introduced in 1968 this “Automatic” version of the Konica C35 came out in 1971. Automatic stood for the flash not for the auto selection of shutter & aperture which they all did. Though it’s an all automatic camera with little user control besides setting the ISO it’s 38mm f2.8 four-element Hexanon lens always got great reviews. This time on a walk around OSU I shot a roll of 2004 expired Konica Monochrome VX400 (black & white film that's color C41 processed) through it. I picked up 10 tolls of this last year on ebay and have been slowly working my way through it. I’ve been shooting it at 200 & think it comes out pretty well for it’s age!