START 35 Junior S RARE red brown color Japanese sub miniature camera

3000787 Condition: BC

Availability: Out of stock

About Conditions

New, Never open, Never used.


Like new, just sign of wear.


Few sign of use by terms, or good used condition.


Many sign of use, few small scratches or dents.


Heavy useed, noticeable scratches or dents.


Defective, missing parts, for study.

Grading of condition is to represent the appearance. Other necessary things are describe.

  • 1954年一光社製造の、スタート35ジュニアです。普通の個体は黒色なのですが、この個体は赤茶色です。シャッターはIとBで稼働しています。絞りはSとWでSは夏でF16位、Wは冬でF12位です。レンズは内側に少しヨゴレあります。 ファインダーは少しクモリ、キズあります。純正の銀色のレンズキャップ、フード、赤茶色のケース、フードケースが付属です。ボルタ判の色物コレクションにいかがですか?
  • It is a Start 35 Junior, manufactured by Ikkosha in 1954.
  • An ordinary individual is black color, but this individual is rare in "red brown".
  • The shutter is operating with I and B.
  • The aperture display S and W, S is about F16 means Summer, W is about F12 means Winter.
  • There is a little dirty on the inside of the lens.
  • The viewfinder has a little faint, scratches.
  • A genuine silver lens cap, hood, red brown case, and Hood case are included.
  • How about add to your Borta size film part of colored collection?



*Has not been test shooting with film loaded. Please look carefully and check with photos. You will get what you see in the pictures. Wooden hands for display, calipers, ruler is not included.

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