Canon Snappy S

Canon Snappy S

35.00

The Canon Snappy S was produced in July of 1985. It was a compact camera for budget-conscious photographers, and was the third member of the Canon Snappy series. An interesting design quirk was that the lens cover rotated to close the lens and switch the camera off. CLEANED AND TESTED!  

 

  • Type of Camera: Fully Automatic 35mm Lens 
  • Focusing: Fixed
  • Lens: 35mm f/4.5
  • Shutter: Electromagnet programmed shutter and aperture. EV 10 (f/4.5 at 1/40 sec) - 15 (f/11 at 1/240 sec)
  • Viewfinder: Reversed Galilean viewfinder with external yellow frames. Battery check and camera shake warning lamp provided. .45x magnification
  • Film speeds: ISO 100 and 400 with DX code.
  • Built-In Flash: (ISO 100) Mechanical automatic flash
  • Power Source: Two 1.5V AAA batteries
  • Film Loading and Advance: After opening camera back, align film leader at mark then close the camera back for auto loading. Automatic film advance with built-in motor.
  • Frame Counter: Counts up. Resets automatically when camera is opened.
  • Film Rewind: Automatic rewind with built-in motor.
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