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Canon AF35M 'Autoboy' (1979)

Canon AF35M 'Autoboy' (1979)

The Canon AF35M, nicknamed ‘Autoboy’ in Japan and ‘Sure Shot’ in the US, was introduced in 1979 and was Canon’s first 35mm compact camera featuring autofocus. This test roll was shot during a day in the Vondelpark and a trip to Brussels.

sandergroen Taken by sandergroen with a Canon AF35M loaded with Lomography Color Negative 400 (35mm) film (available in our Online Shop) in Brussels, Belgium. These tags describe this photo: bruxelles, brussels, brussel, sure shot, autoboy, and canon af35m. This photo can also be found in the album Canon AF35M (1979).

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