A manual focus film SLR camera Part 4 !
Because we can’t speak english
I am using DeepL translate, so it may be a strange sentence,
but I would like you to understand
Today, we would like to introduce a vintage film single lens reflex camera released in 1981 by Canon from among the items on sale at our Vintage Shop Japan Inc.
＜What is a film SLR camera?＞
An SLR camera is a camera with a single lens that reflects light from the subject through a mirror and records the image on film.
Please see our column below for more information on film SLR cameras.
Let us introduce you to our products.
Canon AE-1 PROGRAM Body + New FD 50mm f/1.4 Lens+Motor Drive + Battery pack
Camera body has minor scuffs and scratches from age and normal use.
The shutter speed operates in a variable manner.
Backside. There are minor scuffs, paint peeling and scratches from age and normal use.
The viewfinder section is dirty.
Lens has scratches on the exterior.
Front lens has a little dust.
Rear lens has some dust.
Focus ring and aperture feathers work fine.
Lens mount is Canon New FD mount.
Film chamber has age-related deterioration. There is no malting.
Motor drive works.
Battery pack is energized.
Pilot lamp does not light.
Accessories include front lens cap, lens filter, strap, and motor drive MA, battery pack.
*Batteries are not included.
This Canon film SLR camera and lens were introduced in 1981.
The most striking feature is the motor drive.
It uses 12 AA batteries and has a very analog sound that is reminiscent of the era.
We hope you will enjoy your film camera life with this vintage SLR camera with motor drive and feel the era!
This time, we have introduced a vintage film single-lens reflex camera released in 1981 by Canon from among the items on sale at our Vintage Shop Japan Inc.
In addition to the film SLR cameras introduced this time, we also sell vintage cameras and lenses, anime goods, and radio cassette players, so please see the URL below.
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Writer Takashi Okumura