Petri 7 with the original leather case and UV filter.
The Petri 7 is a fixed-lens 35mm rangefinder camera made by Petri/Kuribayashi in 1961. It replaced the Color Super series of rangefinders (and like them includes the phrase 'color corrected super' in the main badge). In style, the camera closely resembles the Canonet of the same year, but is somewhat more basic in its features (it has match-needle exposure control, rather than the Canonet's auto-exposure). It has a coated 45mm lens, available as an f/2.8 or f/1.8; these are presumably similar to the lenses on the Color Super cameras; a Tessar-type f/2.8 and a six-element f/1.8. The lens is set in a leaf shutter, giving speeds from 1 to 1/500 second, plus 'B'. This is synchronised for flash, with a switch on the lens barrel to select between X and M synchronisation.
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Overall condition - Excellent
Example photos can be found here - https://www.lomography.com/cameras/3339256-petri-7/photos
This camera has been mechanically tested and is in full working condition
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