Canon Sure Shot Del Sol/Prima Sol/Autoboy SE

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A March 1995 model from Canon's very successful Sure Shot range, the Sure Shot Del Sol - known as the Prima Sol in continental Europe and Autoboy SE in Japan - was the world's first camera using solar energy for all its power requirements.[1] Its front is covered with a solar panel that recharges an internal lithium ion battery. Other than the ground-breaking technology, the functionality and specifications of the Del Sol are similar to those of the Sure Shot M, a compact camera with a wide-angle prime lens.


  • The 32mm f/3.5 lens has 3 elements in 3 groups.
  • 3-point intelligent autofocus.
  • Auto-exposure with shutter speeds ranging from 2s-1/250s.
  • Multiple flash modes, inc. red-eye reduction, suppressed and slow-synch. GN: 6.8m at ISO 100.
  • Autoloading, DX decoding, advancing, and rewinding of 35mm film.
  • Power: 3V CR-123A lithium battery.
  • Dimensions and weight: 124x67x46 mm, 260g