The 'new' Canon Sure Shot camera, introduced in 1983, was an update to the classic original Sure Shot autofocus 35mm point-and-shoot camera. The New Sure Shot retains the charms of the original while improving the lens (it employs a more sophisticated 4 lens group design) and including a convenient retractable lens cap.
The camera is powered by 2 AA batteries (not included).
Condition notes The camera is in good condition with some cosmetic wear (see photos) and perfect working order. The camera was tested with film and delivered very sharp, correctly exposed images.
Type: Fully automatic 35mm Lens-Shutter autofocus camera
Picture Size: 24 x 36 mm
AF System: Triangulation system with near-infrared beam. Prefocus enabled.
Lens: 38mm f/2.8 (4 elements in 4 groups)
Shutter: Electronically-controlled programmed shutter and aperture. EV 6 (f/2.8 at 1/8 sec.) – 17 (f/16 at 1/500 sec.). Built-in electronic self-timer.
Viewfinder: Reversed Galilean viewfinder with projected frames. Within the image area are the AF frame, zone focusing marks for near, medium, and far distances, parallax correction marks, and battery check and camera-shake warning. 0.45x magnification.
EE: SPC for full-auto program EE. Metering range of EV 6 – 17 (at ISO 100). Film speed range of ISO 25 – 400.
Built-in Flash: Guide No. 12 (at ISO 100 in meters). When camera-shake warning lamp lights, pull out the flash switch to pop-up the flash which then starts charging automatically.
Power Source: Two 1.5 V size-AA batteries
Film Loading & Advance: After opening camera back, align film leader at mark then advance to frame 1 automatically by pressing the shutter button. Film advance is automatic.
Frame Counter: Counts up. Resets automatically when camera back is opened. Counts down during rewind.
Film Rewind: Automatic rewind with the lock release button and rewind switch.