Optima Parat is a half frame 35mm film viewfinder camera made by Agfa and introduced in 1963.
From the 1950's to the 1970's, Agfa made a series of cameras called the Optima. One camera in this series was a half-frame model. In many ways it was similar to the other half-frame cameras of the day. The built-in Selenium cell lightmeter controls the shutter speed and the aperture settings in programmed automatic exposure control. The lens is Agfa Color-Solinar 30mm f/2.8 four elements in three groups and Compur-B 1/30-1/250 s shutter.
Sample photos taken with this camera: