Canon AF35M 35mm Point & Shoot Film Camera3mm f/2.8 "Autoboy"

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Launched in 1979 the Canon AF35M nicknamed the "Autoboy" was the first lens-shutter compact camera made by the Japanese giant.
It won several awards for design and ease of use, being realy popular among consumers that wanted a easy to carry, high quality, friendly, compact camera.
With its 38mm lens and an aperture of f/2.8 the Autoboy takes sharp pics and delivers magical colors.
Some of the pictures that can be taken with this type of camera are the following:

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You can take a closer look to the camera in the images below:


Type 35mm Lens-Shutter autofocus camera with program EE and built-in flash
Picture Size 24 x 36 mm
AF System Triangulation system with near-infrared beam. Prefocus enabled.
Lens 38mm f/2.8 (4 elements in 3 groups)
Shutter Electronically-controlled programmed shutter and aperture. EV 6 (f/2.8 at 1/8 sec.) - 17 (f/16 at 1/500 sec.). Built-in electronic self-timer.
Viewfinder Reversed Galilean viewfinder with projected frames. Within the image area are the AF frame, zone focusing marks for near, medium, and far distances, parallax correction marks, and battery check and camera-shake warning. 0.5x magnification, 85% coverage.
EE CdS cell for full-auto program EE. Metering range of EV 6 - 17 (at ISO 100). Film speed range of ISO 25 - 400.
Built-in Flash Guide No. 14 (at ISO 100 in meters). Manual pop-up. Fill-flash enabled.
Power Source Two 1.5 V size-AA batteries for camera and built-in flash.
Film Loading & Advance Slotted take-up spool. Advances automatically with built-in motor when the shutter button is pressed.
Frame Counter Counts up. Resets automatically when camera back is opened.
Film Rewind Power rewind with rewind switch.  
Dimensions & Weight 132 x 77 x 54 mm, 405 g

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