Canon Sure Shot M/Prima Mini/Autoboy F
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The Sureshot M is a compact autofocus 35 mm camera made by Canon in 1993, one of the company's phenomenally successful Sure Shot range. It was known as the Prima Mini in continental Europe, Autoboy F in Japan and Sure Shot Esprit elsewhere. Available in several colours, it was followed by the Prima Mini II.
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|Canon Prima Mini with Quartzdate function|
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- 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.
- Autoloading, advancing, and rewinding of 35mm film.
- DX decoding from 25 to 3200 ISO in full stops; non-DX film is exposed at 25 ISO.
- Power: 3V CR-123A lithium battery.
- Dimensions and weight: 120x62x40 mm, 190g