• One of the smallest 35mm automatic/manual rangefinders
• $100 with f2.8 lens in 1970 ($562 in 2010 dollars)
To quote the Olympus corporate history site:
"Known as 'Richard,' the Olympus 35RC first went on sale in 1970. With a body similar in size to the Pen cameras, this coupled-rangefinder camera had a shutter-priority AE system. The aperture setting could also be controlled manually, making this an ideal secondary camera."
|Olympus 35RC||Olympus 35RC||Ad from Popular Photography, Jan. 1972||Ad from Popular Photography, Jan. 1973|
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