The Electro 35 GSN is a 35mm rangefinder camera made by Japanese company Yashica between 1971-1977 with a coupled and fixed 1:17.7 45mm lens. It was the first electronically controlled camera, operating mainly in an aperture priority 'auto' mode. The only other modes of operation are 'flash' and 'bulb.'
It was one of the most popular consumer 35mm cameras with a solid metal build. It's big, clear viewfinder was much better when rivaled with the Nikon manual rangefinders from 1950s.
Works with some light modification to take one 4LR44 6V Lithium Battery
This particular camera have a 9.5/10 cosmetic condition. Clean and scuff free condition throughout the entire camera body, except for some light scratches on the bottom plate and the battery door. Viewfinder is nice and bright, focusing patch is clear and contrasty.
All functions and features are tested; shutter speed fires accurately at high and low speed in response to large and small aperture.