Paxette Electromatic IA with original case.
In 1959 the Braun Paxette electromatic was advertised as the world's first fully automatic 35mm camera. Its selenium meter controlled the aperture and gave a red/green light sufficiency signal in the viewfinder. But other automatic functions were missing. Instead, the focusing of the Ennagon 1:5.6/40mm lens was fixed, and it had only the single shutter speed 1/40 sec. Film speed had to be selected manually to obtain proper exposure by the aperture system.
The Electromatic IA had interchangable lenses. This generation of the Paxette was unusual in featuring lever-rewind as well as lever advance.
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Overall condition - Excellent
Example photos can be found here -https://www.lomography.com/cameras/3314944-braun-paxette/photos
This camera has been mechanically tested and is in full working condition
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