I recently went to the Singapore National Museum and will put up some images from the visit. Among others, there was a section devoted to phtography, mainly documentary photography and a few of the older workhorses donated by their owners. This is one of them. I made a delightful discovery. This 'half' frame camera is one that takes standard 35mm film and gives over 70 frames per roll of 35 exposure film. Fully automatic exposure control that varies aperture, selenium sensor which surrounds the fixed focus f2.8 lens. The camera is fitted with an internal pop up flash. A spring powered wind mechanism advances the frame after each shot. This particular camera is from 1964 and was donated in August 2004. A thoroughly entertaining and engrossing visit.
|camera||Canon EOS 450D|
|exposure mode||program mode|