Canon Sure Shot 130u II Date/Prima Super 130u Date/Autoboy N130 II

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The Sure Shot 130u II is a compact autofocus, auto exposure 35mm film camera release by Canon in 2005. It is also know as the Prima Super 130u and the Autoboy N130 II. It replaced the similar Canon Sure Shot 130u/Prima Super 130/Autoboy N130 released 3 years earlier. It is one of the final camera release from the line of Sure Shot / Prima / Autoboy compact cameras.

It uses a 38-130mm 3.4x zoom lens with a aperture range of f/5.6-12.5. The autofocus SAF uses a multi point system. The minimum focus distance is 0.5m. The finder is the zooming type. The top of the camera has a large LCD display camera settings with ease. The built-in flash charges in approximately 7 sec. 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.