Canon Snappy S/Snappy S-30 FF
|Canon Snappy S in all four colors|
image by edjpgcom (Image rights)
The Canon Snappy S (Snappy S-30 FF in Europe) of July 1985 is a compact camera for budget-conscious photographers, and was the third member of the Canon Snappy series. It was available in black, red, green, and yellow. An interesting design quirk was that the lens cover rotated to close the lens and switch the camera off.
|Canon Snappy S in red and black|
image by AWCam (Image rights)
- Lens: 35mm, f/4.5 (3 elements in 3 groups).
- fixed focus.
- Auto-exposure, 1/40-1/250s.
- Integrated flash. (GN: 9m at ISO 100)
- Motor drive.
- Power: 2 AAA alkaline batteries.
- Snappy S in the Canon Camera Museum.
- Snappy S (red) in Sylvain Halgand's collection (in French).