Canon Sure Shot Z135 35mm Film Camera Point and Shoot
Released in 1996, the Prima Super 135 (Sureshot Z135 in America) is an advanced compact autofocus camera by Canon. It is equipped with a zoom lens with a long-range from 38 mm wide-angle to 135mm tele. It was the follow-up to the Sure Shot Z115/Prima Super 115.
The back of the camera has a mode dial similar to a 90s SLR, with scene modes for macro, portraits, moving objects and night scenes, as well as two auto modes and a spot metering mode. Additionally, a small panel folds down to reveal buttons for controlling flash modes, the date back, the self-timer and exposure adjustment (±1,5 stops).
The camera can be used via remote control, and like several other cameras in the same series, the Super 135 was also available in a "caption" edition, which could imprint a selection of greetings on the negatives. The Japanese version, the Autoboy S II also had a panorama mode. The successor to the highly-rated Autoboy S (Super) was marketed in September 1993.
This '90s film camera is ideal for advanced users and professionals. It’s in excellent condition and is ready to produce another lifetime of fantastic photos.
- Autoboy S (Super) II - Japan
- Sure Shot Z135 - America
- PRIMA SUPER 135 - Europe
- Lens: 38-135mm f/3.6-8.9 (10 elements in 9 groups)
- Focus: Autofocus, 5-zone active IR, 0.7m to infinity with focus lock
- Exposure: Automatic exposure
- Flash: Built-in retractable flash. Guide No. 15.3 (at ISO 100/m). Fires automatically in low-light and backlit conditions. Slow-sync is possible. Red-eye reduction lamp.
- Film transport: Auto-loading, advancing and rewinding
- Battery: 2 x CR123
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