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REVIEW: Weist SL-35



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Posted by Bengt Köhler Sandberg 2012-11-20

Weist SL-35

Introduced in: 1968-1974


Technical info

Lens mount: M42 mount
Shutter: 1/1000s to 1s plus a Bulb setting
Light meter: Through the lens (ISO 10 - 1600)
Flash: X & M sync connection and hotshoe (sync 1/125 sec)
Weight: 765g

Takes standard 135 film
24×36 mm negative size.

Operating + Sounds
Weist SL-35


Viewfinder:

Good size and brightness.

Info:
Exposure meter (match needle)



Shutter type:

Vertical metal blade shutter.


Build quality:

Very solid and well built.
Feel like a tank.



Lenses:

Uses M42 screw mount.
You can find a ton of nice old lenses for this.


Conclusion:

This is a work horse that is built like a tank.
The vertical metal shutter are very reliable and next to all of them work as good today as when thay were new.

Don't have any mirror lock but the mirror goes up when you use the selftimer which is the next best thing.

Nice little plus it that you have the option of double exposure.


Thumbs up:
Build quality
Good viewfinder
Reliable
Double exposure

Thumbs down:

Noisy



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