It uses a 40mm f/2.8 (5 elements in 4 groups) lens. The shutter is the electronically controlled Seiko ESF. The exposure meter uses a CdS cell for electronic exposure. Metering range of 1 to 17 EV (at ISO 100). Film speed can range from ISO 25 to 400. The finder has 0.6x magnification with 84% coverage which also contains parallax correction marks. It is powered by 2x 1.3V mercury cells batteries.
Improved version of the Canodate E(released in December 1970). The “N” is for “New.” The camera can imprint the date at the moment of exposure.
The focusing ring is black instead of white, and the “E” in the “Canodate E” designation on the camera front is in red. The date dial on the camera front is colored for easier reading. All these details distinguish the camera from the previous Canodate E. When the battery is exhausted, the shutter button locks to prevent picture-taking.
Other than the above characteristics, the camera is the same as the original Canodate E.
|Name:||Canon Canodate E (Later Model)|
|Normal Lens:||40mm f2.8|
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|Production Period:||March 1973 -|
|Original Price:||32.000 yen|
|Indexed Price (Approx.):||800 EUR|
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