Also known as "Apparat Nailon", this camera is a development of the F-21 and also used for surveillance, alone and with different disguise devices.|
It has a built-in silicon meter (visible below the lens) and automatic shutter with aperture priority. The film speed is set on the inside of the camera and the aperture is set on the outside on the lens. The black box on the top plate hold NiCad batteries for the meter and shutter. The film advances using the clockwork motor, as in the F-21.
The camera measures about 3" x 2.25" x 1.5" ( 7.5cm x 5.5cm x 4cm),
Collection of Bill Parkinson