Samoca 35 II IS a viewfinder camera for 35mm film, made in Japan by Sanei Sangyō K.K. IN THE 1950s. Its pretty small and very cool looking. Would be a hobby camera, perhaps? Or just tuck it on your shelf of old goodies. Condition: Cosmetics - Excellent. Needs a little cleaning, no dents, very little wear. A few age spots. Lens - Looks ok. Needs cleaning. Shutter - cocks and fires. Specs: Shutter 'Vario type' shutter with speeds 1/25 to 1/100 sec and B. Lens Triplet C. EZUMAR Anastigmat coated, F/3.5/50mm Where did this camera come from? I purchased this one and many others at auction from a collection from a photography store. They seemed to have been cleaned professionally at one point, but they have been sitting around for some time. I only clean the outside, leatherette and big grungy bits very gently. I do not wipe lenses, I simply dust them a bit with a soft brush. I never use compressed air to clean my cameras as that may damage them and just blows the dust around. I do not test any camera with film, but I do test their mechanics. Any small or significant issues are always disclosed.