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Canon Sure Shot AF-10/Prima AF-10

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A 2003 model from Canon's phenomenally successful Sure Shot range, this compact film camera - known as the 'Prima AF-10' in Europe - has a uniquely wide 26mm lens. It was manufactured in China and marketed as an user-friendly point and shoot travel camera ideal for landscapes and group shots.

  • Lens: 26mm.
  • Focus: Three-point active autofocus.
  • Viewfinder: Large and bright with autofocus frame.
  • Auto-loading and advancing of DX-coded 35mm film.
  • Small LCD with frame counter and mode icons.
  • Integral Flash with 3 modes including red-eye reduction.
  • Self-timer.
  • Tripod socket.
  • Power: 2 AA batteries.

Also available with date function.


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