I think the designation "C35" was used for quite a few models. I once had the original model, which had a metal body, chrome finish, a coupled rangefinder and auto exposure. The meter works with an LR44 silver oxide battery which is easy to get. The meter is of integrating type, if shooting landscape beware of underexposure if the meter "sees" too much sky. To get auto exposure, you have to set a ring to "A". Other positions of this ring allow you to set various flash guide numbers.You can then use a totally manual flashgun (no computer control) and the camera changes aperture as you focus to give correct exposure. The camera will only focus within the correct-exposure range in this mode. The lens quality (38 mm lens?) I remember as being quite good. All in all, quite a nice camera to use, very compact and portable.

Regards,

David