Compact cameras


199.00 zł

Agfa Optima 200 Sensor
Years: 1969- ?
Condition: 9

Agfa Optima Sensor 200 is the basic model from the Optima Sensor series produced in 1969. It is a very nicely made small compact camera.
It has a Color-Apotar 42mm f2.8 lens with three with three possibilities to set the focus zone.
A characteristic feature of the Sensor series is a very pleasant to use red magnetic release button. The shutter itself is a reliable Agfa Paratic design with 1/30 - 1 / 200s.
One of the major advantages of the entire Optima Sensor line is the unusually large and bright viewfinder with the paradise correction markers.

209.00 zł

169.00 zł

Agfa Optima 335 Sensor
Years: 1978 - 1982
Condition: 9

Agfa Optima Sensor 335 is the second after the '200' basic model from the Optima Sensor series produced in 1978. It is a very nicely made, small compact camera.
It has an Agnatar 40mm f3.5 lens with three possibilities to set the focus zone.
A characteristic feature of the Sensor series is a very pleasant to use red magnetic release button. The shutter itself is a reliable Agfa Paratronic design with 1/30 - 1 / 300s.
One of the major advantages of the entire Optima Sensor line is the unusually large and bright viewfinder with the paradise correction markers.

199.00 zł

Agfa Optima 1035 Sensor
Years: 1978 - 1982
Condition: 9

Agfa Optima Sensor 335 is of the highest models from the Optima Sensor series. It is a very nicely made, small compact camera.
It has an Agfa Solitar 40mm f/2.8 lens with three possibilities to set the focus zone.
A characteristic feature of the Sensor series is a very pleasant to use red magnetic release button. The shutter itself is a reliable Agfa Paratronic design with 1/30 - 1 /1000s.
One of the major advantages of the entire Optima Sensor line is the unusually large and bright viewfinder with the paradise correction markers.

249.00 zł

Agfa Optima Sensor Flash
Years: 1981 - 1983
Condition: 9

The Agfa Optima Sensor Electronic Flash is the fifth model from the Optima Sensor Electronic series, and features a built-in, flip-up electronic flash. It was introduced in 1981 and probably produced until 1983, when Agfa ceased camera production.

Like other Optima Sensor Electronic models, the camera features:

- zone focus lens, and a fully automatic exposure system with no manual override.
- Paratronic shutter, electromagnet Sensor shutter release, unique film loading system, and reversible wind crank.