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The Certo KN 35 - made by German company Certo - was a very light viewfinder camera since it was made mostly of plastic. But it had nice features like hot shoe and the Ludwig 2.8/45 Kosmar or Meritar triplet lens in Priomat shutter. Possible settings were shutter speed between 1/30 and 1/125 sec. or B mode, aperture f2.8 to f22, and distance 60cm to infinity. The camera can be encountered in two versions. The first one (apparently earlier) has bottom and upper body covers made of silver finished metal and is equipped with Kosmar or Meritar lens. The second one is all black, with bottom body cover made of metal and upper cover of plastic, while the lens is Meritar.