Canon Sure Shot Mega Zoom 105/Prima Zoom 105/Autoboy Zoom 105

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The Canon Sure Shot Mega Zoom 105 (Euro: Prima Zoom 105, Japan: Autoboy Zoom 105) was a March 1991 model from Canon's very successful Sure Shot range. It was a compact 35mm film camera with autofocus and a zoom lens. The camera can use either 'smart' AF or Spot AF focus and has a built in flash unit with red eye reduction capabilities.

An upgraded 'Caption' model was available which added a data back and a remote control. The data back has the option to add dates & times or one of 5 pre-determined captions. The remote control slides out of the caption model's body and is rated for approximately 20,000 operations before non user battery replacement.


  • Lens: 35-105mm, f/3.5-8 with smart autofocus. (8 elements in 8 groups).
  • DX coding: ISO 25-3200 in 1 stop increments (non DX films set to 25 ISO)
  • Flash: GN (100 ISO) 12-16m/39-52 ft
  • Power: 1x 6v 2CR5 lithium battery