The Canon rangefinder is considered a truncated version of the legendary Canonet QL17 with a darker 40mm f / 2.8 lens.
It has full automatic exposure with shutter speed in the range 1/30 - 1/600 s (the selected time is indicated by the marker in the viewfinder). It is also possible to manually control the aperture in the f2.8 - f.16 range using an external flash, the shutter speed is then constant and has the value of 1/30 s.
Canonet 28 achieved considerable popularity after using it in the film 'Pecker', in which it was the beloved camera of the main character, it is a pretty good movie directed by John Waters.
Sample photos taken with this camera: