I finally had a chance to go shooting with my recently acquired Agfa Silette 1. I wasn't sure what to expect, but the lens has nice characteristics. This is a basic 35mm film camera, with a few more controls than one expects on a lower end 35mm camera. An interesting feature of this camera is that it has a countdown film counter. This type of counter tells you how many frames are left, not how many frames you've shot. With a full range of controls, I used a small Gossen light meter to set the exposure.
Agfa Silette 1
Shutter Speeds: B, 1/30, 1/60, 1/125
Apertures: f/2.8, f/4, f/5.6, f/8, f/11,f/16,f/22
Zone focussing. Minimum distance 3 ft.
Miscellaneous: No meter, hotshoe, countdown film counter (you must set it to the number of exposures in the roll when loading)
Lens: Color Agnar 45mm
The following photos were shot with Kodak Gold 200 (expired).