The Halina 300 is a 1960s product of Haking. It's a viewfinder camera for type No. 126 "Kodapak" cassette film. Its massive plastic body is framed by a metal construction which covers sides, bottom and top nicely. Its lens tube is also made of metal. Like contemporary viewfinder cameras it has a shifter beside the lens tube as shutter release. The lens has a focusing scale from 3.5 feet to infinity, for stepless focusing of the Halinar Optical Glass Anastigmat 1:5.6 F=45mm lens. The Halina 300 needs two AAA-type batteries for firing flash-cubes. Its selenium meter controls the blade shutter's speed. The bottom bears the imprinting "EMPIRE MADE".
|solid camera in its solid leather case|