CANON Autoboy WT28 Point and Shoot Film Camera
►Released in 1990; Japan model
The Canon Autoboy WT28 (or called New Sure shot in America or Prima Twin in Europe) is a 1990 unique bifocal compact autofocus camera. The name "WT" stands for "World Traveller" as it can set the date of 24 cities around the world, including daylight savings time. It also has an alarm, to help the traveller wake up in time for his next flight!
- Fully automatic and autofocusing point and shoot - all you'll need to do is load film!
- Unique twin lens design, a slider on the front retracts the lens barrier and the lens comes out in its 28 mm f/4 mode. A press of a button makes the lens extend to its 48 mm "tele" f5.6 mode.
- Film speeds: ISO 50 – 1600 (with DX code)
- Built-in flash
Skill level: Beginner
Power source: 1 x 6V 2CR5 lithium battery (Not included)
- Sample images: here!
- More specification can be found here.
Great condition of camera body with light signs of wear, see detailed product images. 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.