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Canon Prima 5 (1991)

Canon Prima 5 (1991)
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The Canon Sure Shot Max was a 1991 model from Canon's very successful Sure Shot range. This compact 35mm film camera was known as the Prima 5 in continental Europe and Autoboy Mini in Japan.

Fonte: camerapedia

his plastic-bodied, slim point and shoot from Canon appeared in 1991. Called the Autoboy Mini in Japan, and Prima 5 in Europe, it is a pretty sensible camera that does not try to do too much.  With its 38mm f/3.5 lens, the Sure Shot Max is a compact AF camera that fits in a jacket pocket and can be ready for photography almost immediately.  It has one odd little feature - you turn the camera on with the switch located on the lens bezel.  With the lens retracted into the body, it sure does have a thin profile.

Fonte: randomphoto


Lens: 38mm, f/3.5 with 3-point smart autofocus.
Auto-exposure with shutter speeds of 1/8-1/250s.
Integral flash. (Guide No: 9m at ISO 100.)
Auto-load, wind and rewind of DX-coded film.
Dimensions: 125x68x43mm.
Weight: 245g (with battery)
Power: One 3V CR123A lithium battery.
A version with an autodate function was available.

Fonte: camerapedia

3 point smart AF, prefocus is enabled.
38mm f/3.5 lens  (3 elements in 3 groups)
Shutter: Electromagnetic programmed shutter and aperture. Range of f/3.5 to f/22; 1/8 sec - 1/250 sec shutter speeds, all automatic.
Viewfinder: 85% coverage, parallax correction frame, OK to shoot indicator, flash-ready, red-eye reduction indicator, and close-up warning.
DX coded ISO setting from ISO 25-3200.
Flash: Built-in, Guide No. 9 (at ISO 100). Flash can be turned off. Red-eye reduction lamp.
Battery: 1 3V CR123A.
Film winding is automatic, rewind automatic at end of roll.
Weight: 245 grams w/battery; dimensions- 125 x 68 x 43mm
Tripod socket

Fonte: randomphoto


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