Canon film SLR camera self-timer Part 2!
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
In this issue, we would like to introduce the self-timer of a Canon manual focus film SLR camera released in 1966.
The Role of the Self-Timer
The self-timer is a function that allows you to release the shutter after a period of time when taking a picture.
This can be a very useful part of the process when you want to take a picture of yourself by yourself.
Canon PELLIX QL (Reference product)
The self-timer is located in front of the body, next to the lens mount.
When using the camera, operate the film winding lever and bring the self-timer lever toward 6 o’clock on the clock.
When the shutter release button is pressed, the lever moves to 12 o’clock, reaches and releases the shutter.
The lever part is attached with the same pasted leather as the body.
We have introduced a self-timer for Canon’s manual focus film SLR camera released in 1966.
This self-timer is a common type of self-timer for film SLR cameras.
It is very easy and safe to enjoy taking pictures.
I will continue to cover various aspects of film cameras in the future, so please look forward to it!
Thank you for reading my column today.
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Writer Takashi Okumura