Halina Paulette Electric
The Halina Paulette Electric isn't "electric" in the way you might expect: it doesn't use a battery or run a motor drive. There's no autoexposure, either. But there is a Selenium meter, which works by the principles of electricity, so I suppose it counts. The meter's even relatively accurate! The Paulette Electric has mechnical speeds from 1/30s to 1/250s plus Bulb, a scale-focusing 45mm f2.8 F.C. Halinar lens, and a simple-but-clear viewfinder. If you like simple cameras, or your name is Paulette- or both- this might be the camera for you.