1964 - 1967 Canon 7s


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1964 - 1967 Canon 7s is the last and best Canon Rangefinder camera manufactured. It competed with the Leica M4. It has parallax corrected framelines for 35, 50, 80, 100 and 135mm lens. The built-in CDS meter has a high and low range which can be selected by the dial on the front of the camera. This example has the fast f1.2 / 50mm lens which is a M39 Leica thread mount but a super fast F.095 / 50mm lens was offered in a unique external bayonet mount. Only one of two cameras with both a screw and bayonet mount in one (the Canon 7 being the other). A hard to find camera.