Canon Demi C

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The Demi C is a 35mm half-frame viewfinder camera introduced in 1965 by Canon. It is the interchangeable lens version of the original Demi released two years prior.

It uses a screw-in lens mount and there are two lenses included in the set. The lenses are the standard SD 28mm f/2.8 and the telephoto SD 50mm f/2.8. For the 28mm lens the focusing range is from 0.8m to 15m (inf). The 50mm focusing range is from and 1.2m to 15m (inf). The view finder has 0.41x magnification, 90% coverage, and a additional frame for using the 50mm lens.

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