Canon Sure Shot 130u/Prima Super 130/Autoboy N130
|Sure Shot 130u|
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The Sure Shot 130u is a compact autofocus, auto exposure 35mm film camera released by Canon in 2002. It is also know as the Prima Super 130 and the Autoboy N130 It is from a long line of Sure Shot / Prima / Autoboy compact cameras. The camera was replaced 3 years later with the Canon Sure Shot 130u II Date/Prima Super 130u Date/Autoboy N130 II
It uses a 38-130mm 3.4x zoom lens with a aperture range of f/5.6 to 12.5. The autofocus system is the AiAf 3 point system. The minimum focus distance is 0.6m. The shutter has speeds from 2 seconds to 1/560. The self-timer feature has a delay of 10 seconds. The finder is the zooming type and includes -2.5 to +0.5 correction. The built-in flash has a number of different modes including auto, auto red eye, on, off and slow sync. Flash recharge is typically at 6 sec. with new batteries. The film transport is motor driven with auto advance, and mid-roll rewind. The frame counter is advanced upwards. It is powered by a single CR2 battery.
|Prima Super 130|
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