CANON Autoboy Tele Bi-Focal Lens 40/70mm Point and Shoot Film Camera
►Released in 1986; Japan model
Bi-Focal length one-touch switchable:
Wide angle: 40 mm f/2,8, 4 elements, 3 groups.
Tele: 70 mm f/4,9, 7 elements, 6 groups.
The Canon Top Twin, known as Sure Shot Tele in America and Autoboy Tele in Japan, is an enthusiast's autofocus compact camera from 1986. A switch on the back selects between the two focal lengths: a 40 mm moderate wide angle and a 70 mm telephoto lens, upon which the lens extends a fair bit outward. The lens has a 40.5 mm thread. A switch on the side of the lens barrel opens the lens barrier and also serves to turn on a soft filter for portraits.
A great beginner's point and shoot from the 80s with a versatile and fun twin lens feature!
Check out some samples images here!
Great condition of camera body with light signs of wear, see detailed product images - there are some light discolouration on the hand rubber grip. Clear lens free from dust, fog and fungus. Bright viewfinder, minor dust. Flash positive. Film advance and shutter release smoothly operating. LCD Screen positive. Mechanically in fully working order.
6V 2CR5 lithium battery (requires small screwdriver to open up battery compartment to access battery).
NOTE: BATTERIES ARE NOT INCLUDED WITH CAMERA PURCHASES.