Rangefinder cameras


999.00 zł

799.00 zł

Canon Canonet QL17 GIII + Canolite D flash
Years: 1972 - 1982
Condition: 9

Canon Canonet G-III QL17 is the famous, last and most wanted model in the QL17 series with the beginning of production in 1972.
The camera has an automatic exposure in the time priority mode.
The lens is a very bright 40mm F: 1.7 consisting of six elements in four groups of lenses.
The light meter is located at the front of the lens, allowing the use of various types of filters with automatic exposure compensation.

The set contains a specially designed for this camera Canolite-D lamp.

329.00 zł

Canon Canonet 28
Years: 1971- 1976
Condition: 8

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.

279.00 zł

Canon Canonet 28
Years: 1971- 1976
Condition: 7

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.