Canon Snappy QT/Prima BF-80
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|Canon Snappy QT|
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The Canon Snappy QT (Prima BF-80 in Europe) of April 1997 was a 35mm compact camera for budget-conscious photographers, and was part of the Canon Snappy series. It had a relatively wide angle lens, a large viewfinder and a film window in the back door. A DATE model was also available. In France, a special edition of the BF-80 featuring the mascot Footix was launched in 1998 to celebrate the soccer World Cup.
- Lens: 32mm, f/6.2 (3 elements in 3 groups).
- Fixed focus.
- Automatic exposure with shutter speeds of 1/60s-1/250s.
- Integrated auto-flash with red-eye reduction (GN: 9m at ISO 100, recycles in 5s).
- DX-decoding of ISO 100-400 film.
- Motor drive.
- Power: Two 1.5V AA alkaline batteries.
- Dimensions: 125x70x47mm
- Weight: 205g (without batteries)