Canon Sure Shot Tele
Canon Sure Shot Tele
Canon Sure Shot Tele
Canon Sure Shot Tele
Canon Sure Shot Tele

Canon Sure Shot Tele

Regular price
$165.00
Sale price
$165.00

The Canon Top Twin, known as Sure Shot Tele in America and Autoboy Tele in Japan, is an enthusiast's autofocus compact camera from 1986. A switch on the back selects between the two focal lengths: a 40 mm moderate wide angle and a 70 mm telephoto lens, upon which the lens extends a fair bit outward. The lens has a 40.5 mm thread. A switch on the side of the lens barrel opens the lens barrier and also serves to turn on a soft filter for portraits. Furthermore, it has a backlight compensation mode and a button for multiple exposures. The multiple exposure mode can be used with an additional trick filter to make composite exposures.

Specifications
  • Wide angle: 40 mm f/2,8, 4 elements, 3 groups.
  • Tele: 70 mm f/4,9, 7 elements, 6 groups.
  • Autofocus from 0,96 m to infinity. Focus confirmation and proximity warning in finder.
  • Auto-exposure from EV 6–18. Wide: 1/8 s ƒ/2.8 – 1/500 s ƒ/22; tele: 1/3 s ƒ/4,9 – 1/350 s ƒ/27.
  • Built-in flash. Auto, off or forced modes are set using a slider. Range (ISO 100): 5 m (wide), 3 m (tele).
  • Uses DX coded films in whole stops 50-100-200-400. Films without DX codes are exposed at ISO 100.
  • Power: 6V 2CR5 lithium battery (requires screwdriver to replace).
  • Dimensions and weight: 134 x 78.7 x 61.8 mm, 400 g.

We also sell film so make sure to add some to your order with no extra charge for shipping!

Overall condition- Excellent

Example photos can be found here-https://www.lomography.com/cameras/3344074-canon-sure-shot-tele/photos

This camera has been mechanically tested and is in full working condition

Return Policy

  • We gladly accept returns within 14 days of delivery if the item arrives defective outside of the detailed conditions when purchased or if any initial defects are present upon receiving the item