The Canon Snappy QT is a basic but good quality compact 35mm film point-and-shoot from the late 1990s. It features a wide-angle 32mm focus-free lens and a very large, bright viewfinder. The camera is fully automatic except for special flash modes (cancel flash and daylight fill flash) and its self-timer.
This camera requires two AA batteries (not included).
Condition notes The camera was tested with batteries and film installed and all functions are working correctly (the film was not developed however). The camera is in good aesthetic condition (see photos).
Fully automatic 35mm fixed-focus single focal length Lens Shutter camera
24 x 36mm
32mm, f/6.7, 3 elements in 3 groups
Programmed Lens Shutter; Flash OFF mode: 1/60,f/6.2 to 1/250,f/8, Auto mode: 1/90,f/6.2 to 1/250,f/8 Self-timer: Electronically controlled, 10-second time delay
Reverse Galileo type, picture frame, 0.58x magnification, 75% picture coverage, OK-to-shoot green LED indicator (located on right side of viewfinder), 10mm eyepoint
CdS exterior light receptor; range EV12 to EV16; No warning indicator for insufficient lighting conditions ISO Film Speed Range: ISO 100, 400 (Set automatically with DX-coded film)
Built-in flash unit, Fires automatically in low-light conditions; Red-Eye Reduction feature; Guide No. 9 (ISO 100. m), ISO 100: 1.5 to 2 meters, ISO 400: 1.5 to 3 meters; approx. 5-second recycle time (with new batteries), Manual ON/OFF switch, Daylight Synchronization possible