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Canon Sure Shot Multi Tele

This is the Canon Sure Shot Multi Tele from 1988. A point and shoot 35mm camera that has some very nice features. Also known as the Autoboy Tele 6 in Japan and the Prima Tele in Europe. It is a fully automatic autofocus camera offering full-frame (24x36mm) and half-frame (17x24mm) formats and two focal lengths. A 35mm f/3.5 lens and a 60mm f/5.6 telephoto lens are built-in and with an optional teleconverter which when connected, the 60mm lens becomes a 75mm lens (110mm for half-frame format).

Sadly mine appears to be faulty and so I am on the look out for a replacement. I keep this one for its aesthetic appeal in the meantime. Enjoy the video and don’t forget to subscribe for more content like this.

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Canomatic Camera

Canomatic M70

The Canomatic M70 was introduced by Canon in 1970 for use with 126 film. For all intents and purposes, it is a point & shoot camera. The 40mm f2.8 lens is surrounded by a selenium powered meter. This provides a programmed auto exposure (f2.8 at 1/30 sec to f13 at 1/800 sec). Mine needs some TLC but thought you’d like to take a look anyway.

My plan will be to strip it down and give it a good clean. I then hope to purchase an adaptor so that I can try using 35mm film in it. This is because 126 film is no longer available.

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