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This is the always slick Konica Tomato from 1985. This little red camera is ripe with wonder and takes a mean photograph. There isn't really a whole lot of information out there about her, but I have personally used this one and she works like a red dream. The shutter pops with no questions asked and the film winder winds as it should. The flash still works wonders too.
The Tomato is equipped with a 35mm F4 Konica lens. ISO can be set between 100 200 and 400. There is also a button the the left hand side on the front that I believe zooms. It can be held down to get a 1.5m-2m shot. The flash also runs on 1 Ni-CD AA Battery (not included) but photos can be taken without a battery.
The cosmetics on this camera are pretty decent. There are no major scratches on the the casing, just a small scuff here and there. The inside is clean as a whistle. If you look right below the lens in the photo you can see where there is a white streak from opening and closing the front door. It has no affect on performance and only slightly covers the ISO numbers.
Here is an example of her work I found online http://photosby.the-soliloquist.net/tagged/konica_tomato
Here are a few more sample photos I found of her photographs (just read below the photos to decipher which ones are from the tomato) http://blog.goo.ne.jp/petapeta61/c/12aad71d80ff3809c4e1a1b4ed4cbc2a/17
This really is a one of a kind camera and don't she just look so good? I am happy to answer any questions.

RESERVED Rare Konica Tomato 35mm film camera from 1985


  • Vintage item from the 1980s
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