Canon AE-1 Black & 28mm 2.8
Canon AE-1 Black - Analog Reflex Camera 24*36
Film format: 35mm
Years of production: From 1976
Light meter: Yes
Energy: 1 Varta 4SR44
Lens: Canon FD 28mm 1: 2.8
We check and restore our analog cameras in our workshops in Lyon since 2012.
This model is a nice Canon AE-1 Black. It has a lightmeter which can be read when shooting, it has speeds from 2s to 1/1000s and flash synchronisation at 1/60". This camera is an analog legend and was mass produced.
This camera has been fully checked and is ready to work. Everything is working: shutter, shutter speeds, mirror, light meter, self timer... Please note: The 1/1000s is slightly slower. There're some traces in the viewfinder. Some dusts on the viewfinder screen and traces on the side of the mirror (doesn't affect the picture). There're trace on the shutter (no impact, perfectly functionnal). There's a tiny lack of painting under a strap holder.
This model is sold with its lens:
Canon FD 28mm 1: 2.8. No fungus or scratches. Please note: The filter can't be used due to a choc.
All our cameras are antiques and may wear signs of use. The pictures will give you a better glimpse of the condition.
- Film Format
- 35mm / 135
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