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The '''Snappy Q''' is a point and shoot [[35mm film]] camera from [[Canon]] release in 1989. It is also known as the '''Canon Sketchbook'''. It belongs in a series of [[Canon_Snappy|Snappy cameras]].
 
The '''Snappy Q''' is a point and shoot [[35mm film]] camera from [[Canon]] release in 1989. It is also known as the '''Canon Sketchbook'''. It belongs in a series of [[Canon_Snappy|Snappy cameras]].
  
The camera is [[fixed focus]] design using a 35mm f/4.5 lens. This lens is designed with a unique foggy-corner filter.
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The camera is a [[fixed focus]] design using a 35mm f/4.5 lens. This lens is designed with a unique foggy-corner filter. Using this filter requires sliding and holding the switch with the left hand while tripping the shutter with the right.
The shutter has a single speed of 1/70 sec. along with a built-in [[self-timer]]. It can support film speeds of 100/200 ISO and 400 ISO. There is a built-in automatic pop-up flash with a GN of 9 (ISO 100 in M). The film advance is automatic with built-in motor with speeds of 1 fps. The frame counter is upwards counting and resets when back is opened. The camera is powered by two common 1.5V AA batteries.
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The shutter has a single speed of 1/70 sec. along with a built-in [[self-timer]]. It can support two film speed settings of 100/200 ISO and 400 ISO. There is a built-in automatic pop-up flash with a GN of 9 (ISO 100 in M). The film advance is automatic with built-in motor with speeds of 1 fps. The frame counter is upwards counting and resets when the back is opened. The camera is powered by two common 1.5V AA batteries.
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==Links==
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* [http://global.canon/en/c-museum/product/film137.html Canon Snappy Q / Sketchbook] at [http://global.canon/en/c-museum/ Canon Camera Museum]
 
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Latest revision as of 03:02, 19 April 2019

The Snappy Q is a point and shoot 35mm film camera from Canon release in 1989. It is also known as the Canon Sketchbook. It belongs in a series of Snappy cameras.

The camera is a fixed focus design using a 35mm f/4.5 lens. This lens is designed with a unique foggy-corner filter. Using this filter requires sliding and holding the switch with the left hand while tripping the shutter with the right. The shutter has a single speed of 1/70 sec. along with a built-in self-timer. It can support two film speed settings of 100/200 ISO and 400 ISO. There is a built-in automatic pop-up flash with a GN of 9 (ISO 100 in M). The film advance is automatic with built-in motor with speeds of 1 fps. The frame counter is upwards counting and resets when the back is opened. The camera is powered by two common 1.5V AA batteries.


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