Next up is the Halina 3000. Dating back to 1974 it was again manufactured in Hong Kong; and also sold as the Opticam 3000 and Weist 135. It is very similar to the 1960’s Halina Paulette range, with a different lens and updated body. The camera has a battery-free metering system and its relatively simple settings allow you to easily change to shutter speed and aperture settings.
We’ll be testing this one over the next couple of days as well, so stayed tuned for a full review.