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In January of 1961, Canon introduced the Canonet, a consumer-friendly 35mm film rangefinder camera aimed at the average person.
CANON DEMI S
The Canon Demi-S is a half-frame 35mm viewfinder camera with shutter priority automatic exposure, made in Japan by Canon, introduced in September 1964. It was an improved version of the Canon Demi. The Demi-S was followed by the Demi C, Demi Rapid, Demi EE17 and the Demi EE28.
Lens: Canon 30mm/f1.7
Shutter: Seiko, 1/8 - 1/500s + B
The Canon EF is a manual focus 35mm single-lens reflex camera produced by Canon between 1973 and 1978. It was compatible with Canon's FD-mount lenses. The EF was built as an electronic version of Canon's top-of-the line F-1 camera.
CANON A35 DATELUX
The A35 Datelux (also named the 'Nighter' in Japan; a reference to night-time baseball matches) is a 35mm rangefinder camera with date imprint, made by Canon in October 1977 several months before the A35F (the same camera without a date-imprint function) was sold in Europe and the Americas.
The Canon A-1 is an advanced level single-lens reflex (SLR) 35 mm film camera for use with interchangeable lenses. It was manufactured by Canon Camera K. K. (today Canon Incorporated) in Japan from April 1978 to 1985.
CANON AE1 PROGRAM
The Canon AE-1 Program is a 35 mm single-lens reflex camera that uses Canon's FD mount lenses. It was introduced in 1981 as the successor to the Canon AE-1. The major difference was the addition of the Program AE mode first seen in the A-1.