Canon Sure Shot 35mm point and shoot film camera with 38 mm f/2.8 Lens
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For something to feel like quality and be comfortable to use, I like a bit of weight and this with its massive 2CR5 battery this delivers.
Perhaps the Supreme’s biggest tragedy, though, is how close it comes to being a fantastic street shooter. If you absolutely must open the film door to swap a roll before rinsing the camera, take care to dry the camera first.The colour images on this post were shot on Kodak Colorplus 200 and the black and white ones were on Rollei Retro 400. I don’t do selfies, but it does mean you can take floor shots without having the entire bottom of the picture taken up by the floor. The camera’s exposure system works great, even in challenging lighting situations such as when a subject is heavily backlit by something big and bright, like The Sun.
And I love this underwater camera, the one that I’ve spent the past few weeks shooting, just the same. Although the Canon Sure Shot is a capable camera that produces beautiful images, using it to its fullest extent does need some skill and experience. The only controls the camera offers is the rotating switch at the front, which allows the setting of no-flash, forced-flash, off, full auto, and underwater/macro represented by a fish symbol.In the past when I’ve taken comparison shots between compacts and SLRs with decent lens I’ve been a bit gutted to find how much better the results from the bigger package were.
It is encased in a waterproof lightweight plastic body utilising rubber seals at both the camera back and the battery compartments. They’re one of the most common types of point and shoot film camera that you’re likely to come across.
Have a look at the view through the viewfinder in the camera specifics section above, you can see how easily they disappear even though are well defined.