Canon 110ED

Canon showed in 1975 what could be packed in a 142 x 28 x 56mm-sized camera body. A 2/26mm lens, an aperture-priority AE, a date imprint function and a rangefinder made it a high-end camera for film 110. My camera has a dysfunctional AE which seems to fire the shutter with only one speed, but the manual aperture setting makes it a useable camera. The only existing 110-film is the Solaris 200, but my examples were shot on expired Superia 200.

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  1. I found this camera among some given to me in a box. It still has Kodak 24 exp colour film in it. Ill have see what happens... I intend on shooting the rest of the roll and seeing if I can get it developed for me.