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*http://global.canon/en/c-museum/product/film128.html Canon Sure Shot Ace] from the [http://www.canon.com/c-museum/en/ Canon Camera Museum]
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[[Category:Japanese 35mm autofocus]] [[Category: Canon|Sure Shot Ace]][[Category:1988]]

Latest revision as of 05:24, 30 May 2019

The Canon Prima Shot (which was sold as the Sure Shot Ace in the Americas and as the Autoboy Prisma in Japan) is a 1988 autofocus point & shoot from Canon for 35mm film. Its two unusual features were that it incorporated a brilliant finder in its top panel, allowing the photographer to compose low-angle shots; and that one end of the camera could be detached and used as an infrared remote shutter release. Film transport is motorized, and the camera requires one 6-volt 2CR5 lithium battery to operate.

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