Japanese 35mm focal plane VF and RF (edit)
Leica screw mount Alta | Bessa L/T/R | Canon II/III/IV | Canon VT | Canon VIT | Canon P | Canon 7 | Canon 7s | ChiyocaChiyotax | Honor S1 | Honor SL | Ichicon-35 | Jeicy | Konica FR | Leotax | Leotax G | Melcon | Melcon II | Minolta 35 | Muley | Nicca | Nicca III-L | Nippon | Tanack 35/IIIS/IV-S | Tanack SD | Tanack VP | Teica | Yasuhara T981
Leica M mount Bessa R2/R3/R4 | Konica Hexar RF | Minolta CLE | Rollei 35 RF
Nikon mount Bessa R2S | Nikon rangefinder models
Contax G mount Contax G1 | Contax G2
Other Bessa R2C | Kwanon | Tanack V3
Japanese TLR and pseudo TLR ->
Japanese 6×6, 4.5×6, 3×4 and 4×4 ->

The Canon 7s is a 35mm rangefinder camera made in Japan by Canon from 1965-1967[1], replacing the Canon 7. Lenses were interchangeable using a 39mm screw or a bayonet mount[2]. Shutter is a focal plane device with speeds from 1s to 1/1000s.

There is a built-in coupled light meter, with a scale on the top plate, but only capable of film speeds up to 400 ASA.

References Edit

  1. McKeown, p.180 says 1964; the Canon Museum says 1965
  2. dual mount, as the Canon 7

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