Canon MC (short for Micro Compact), a compact fully automatic point and shoot 35mm camera released by Canon in April 1984. The MC was conceived as an ultra portable camera to compete with models like the Olympus XA series, except it added the convenience of a motorized film wind and rewind in a body that was extremely small.
Canon Sure Shot 70 Zoom/Prima Zoom 70F/Autoboy Luna 35
An April 1995 model from the Sure Shot series, the Sure Shot 70 Zoom (Euro: Prima Zoom 70F, Japan: Autoboy Luna 35) was a compact camera with fully automatic 3-point autofocus and a zoom lens.
It uses a sliding lens cover that also acts as the power switch. Upon powering on the camera the lens extends and the flash raises. The zoom lens is adjusted with a thumb switch at the top back shoulder area. Flash modes include auto, flash on, flash off and red eye slow sync. The film transport is motorized with the film counter on the LCD display on the camera back.
The fourth model in Canon's Sure Shot series, released in July 1985, this autofocus compact camera was variously known as the Sprint, AF35J (Jet) and Autoboy LITE. It was available in red or black.