Canon Autoboy Prima Mini, 32mm f3.5, 35mm point and shoot camera

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Condition 8/10 All function working come with 6 months warranty 

S/n #59004499

 

Description:

The Sureshot M is a compact autofocus 35 mm camera made by Canon in 1993, one of the company's phenomenally successful Sure Shot range. It was known as the Prima Mini in continental Europe, Autoboy F in Japan and Sure Shot Esprit elsewhere. Available in several colours, it was followed by the Prima Mini II.Specifications.

The Japan badged Autoboy F. Also known as the SURE SHOT M and PRIMA MINI, the Autoboy F is Canon's version of the Konica MINI if you will, with nice Canon optics. We have come across some of the Prima Mini's but never this extremely rare Collector's item.
Fully automatic autofocus compact camera with a 32mm f/3.5 lens.

This light and small camera has 3-point Smart Autofocus and an electromagnetically-controlled aperture and shutter. In auto mode or flash-on mode, the programmed shutter is effective from EV 9.5 (f/3.5 at 1/60 sec.) to EV 17 (f/22 at 1/250 sec.). In flash-off mode, EV 3 (f/3.5 at 2 sec.) - EV 17 (f/22 at 1/250 sec.). And in the slow-speed sync mode, EV 3 (f/3.5 at 2 sec.) - EV 7 (f/3.5 at 1/10 sec.). The camera is less than 120 mm wide and only 60 mm high. It also weighs a mere 190 g.

Specifications:

 

  • The 32mm f/3.5 lens has 3 elements in 3 groups.
  • 3-point intelligent autofocus.
  • Auto-exposure with shutter speeds ranging from 2s-1/250s.
  • Multiple flash modes, inc. red-eye reduction, suppressed and slow-synch.
  • Autoloading, advancing, and rewinding of 35mm film.
  • DX decoding from 25 to 3200 ISO in full stops; non-DX film is exposed at 25 ISO.
  • Power: 3V CR-123A lithium battery.
  • Dimensions and weight: 120x62x40 mm, 190g

Reference

http://camera-wiki.org/wiki/Canon_Sure_Shot_M/Prima_Mini/Autoboy_F

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