Canon TLb

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Canon's TLb is a 35mm SLR with a focal plane shutter, introduced in 1974 overseas, and sold in Japan from 1976. Like the Canon TX (which it pre-dates), this was a budget model, based on Canon's FTb. In addition to the features omitted in the TX, the TLb also lacked a hot shoe.

The TLb has TTL metering using a CdS cell, powered by a mercury battery.


Canon Cameras