The Canon S modification, which became the object of speculation after the war, as most of these cameras sank along with the ships of the Imperial Japanese Navy.
Produced in small numbers, the main difference from early Canon cameras was the engraving in Japanese, and the presence of anchors on the top cover.
Perhaps it was a gift for the commanders of the submarines of the Japanese Imperial Navy during the war, or the "weapon" of military correspondents. Supplied with a Nikkor 50mm f2.0 lens.
|Camera type||35mm camera with focal point gateohm|
|Print size||24 x 36 mm|
|Lens included||Nikkor 50mm f / 2|
|Mount lens||Nikon RF bayonet mount|
|Shutter||Biaxial focal gate with fabric curtains.
The main shutter speed dial contains Z (Zeit or bulb), 1/20, 1/30, 1/40, 1/60, 1/100, 1/200, 1/500 sec.
Additional - 1, 1/2, 1/4, 1/8 sec.
|Viewfinder||Rangefinder with image matching, retractable reverse Galileo viewfinder.|
|Loading Film||After removing the bottom cover, the film cassette is inserted inward.|
|Frame counter||Manual entry from 0 to 39 on the top of the camera, next to the film rewind disc.|
|Film rewind||Rewind knob on top cover|
|Dimensions and weight||136 x 69 x 30.5 mm, 740 g (Nikkor 50mm f / 2 lens)|
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