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The Canonet Junior is a 35mm viewfinder camera with programmed automatic exposure controlling the shutter and aperture. It was made in Japan by Canon, from 1963. For compactness, a sprocketless advance mechanism was used. The Reverse Galilean viewfinder shows the programmed shutter speed and focus zone.
- Manufacturer: Canon
- Introduced: 1963
- Lens: Canon SE 40mm/f2.8 (4 elements, 3 groups), zone focusing
- Shutter: Seikosha-L programmed, 1/30 to 1/250 sec. and B. X-sync flash with PC socket
- Metering: Selenium cell; EV 7-17 (100ASA);
- Film Speed range: 10-200 ISO