The viewfinder on a rangefinder camera!
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
It’s time for another in our series of film camera viewfinder discoveries!
Today we will look at the viewfinders of rangefinder cameras.
We will take a look at the products on sale at our vintage shop Japan Inc. as a reference.
This time it is a Canon rangefinder camera.
Canon Canonet was launched in 1961.
A rectangular viewfinder with a frame.
Canon A35 Datelux
The Canon A35 Datelux was introduced in 1977.
A simple rectangular viewfinder.
It is located in the same frame area as the flash switch.
We found that square viewfinders are used in Canon rangefinder cameras of all ages.
Again, we were able to discover the finer details.
I will continue to column if I find something of interest.
In addition to the rangefinder cameras introduced this time, we also sell vintage cameras and lenses, anime goods, and radio cassette recorders, so please see the URL below.
Cameras & Lenses
Acoustics and others
Vintage Shop Japan Inc. Official Website
Official website (English) URL
Official website (Japanese) URL
Writer Takashi Okumura