The Canonet 28 is a classic 35mm rangefinder camera with a sharp 45mm f2.8 lens. It's a fully auto-exposure camera that requires a battery for its exposure meter (originally a now-unavailable mercury cell but modern 675 zinc air batteries work great). The Canonet 28 also allows manual setting of the f-stop (there's a fixed shutter speed of 1/30 in this mode) for either creative control or the use of flash.
We tested this camera with film and it worked great. We tested the rangefinder at a variety of distances and we found it to be very accurate.
The camera requires a 675 zinc air battery (optional).
Condition notes The camera was tested with film and delivered sharp, well-exposed images. It is in very good aesthetic condition as well.