A September 1993 model from Canon's phenomenally successful Sure Shot range, this compact 35mm film camera - known variously as the 'Sure Shot Z115', 'Prima Super 115' and 'Autoboy S (Super)' was a top of the range compact zoom.
- Lens: 38-105mm zoom, f/3.6-8.5. (10 elements in 9 groups, including an aspherical element for excellent sharpness.)
- Focus: Three-point AI active auto-focus from 0.6m to infinity. (0.4m close range in macro mode).
- Viewfinder: Direct zoom viewfinder. 0.47x-1.22x magnification and 84% coverage, with focal length markings, LED ready and low-light warning.
- Auto-loading, advancing and rewinding of DX-coded 35mm (25-3200 ISO). Continuous shooting at 1 fps.
- Auto-exposure with 3-zone metering.
- LCD with frame counter and mode icons.
- Shutter-speed from 2-1/1200s depending on mode and focal length.
- Auto-flash, with red-eye, Guide No. 14 (at ISO 100 in meters).
- Real-time (RT) mode with shutter lag of just 0.03 seconds.
- Tripod socket.
- Power: 2 x CR123A lithium batteries.
- Dimensions: 130x70x60mm
- Weight: 350g
Also available with Date function. Japanese version has switchable panorama frame.
- Sure Shot Z115 in the Canon Camera Museum.