Canon Snappy Q 35mm Point and Shot Film Camera with built in Flash and Quartz Date. Black
Introducing the Canon Snappy 'Q,' it's 'Quirky and Queer,' it's Quintessential 1980s Qool!
Date of manufacture; ca1989? Made in Taiwan.
Weight; 10.5oz (299g),
Dimensions; 4.7″ (119mm) wide, 3.5″ (90mm) tall, and 1.8″ (46mm) deep.
Focal length; 35mm.
Aperture; F/4.5 maximum. Two aperture settings; ISO 100/200, and ISO 400, which is probably about F/11.
ISO; Canon recommends ISO 100, 200 and 400 speed film, I use ISO 800 for best results at the ISO 400 setting.
Focusing distance; I'd stay about 8′ from the subject for best results. Fixed focused at about 10′ (3.5m).
Viewfinder; reverse galilean type, 0.4 magnification, 84% coverage; no frame lines; about the same as a disposable camera.
Approximate resolution; will make excellent 4×6″ prints at all settings, and good 8×10 pictures with 800 speed film set at ISO 400. See sample images farther down the page.
Lens; 35mm, F/4.5 focus free Canon glass three element in three groups design.
Shutter speed; Canon says 1/70s, mine measured about 1/50+.
Features; 10 second self timer, sliding lens cover, 'foggy corner' filter, decent focus free F/4.5 three-element glass lens, mid-roll rewind, tripod socket, and electronic flash.
Film; all 35mm cartridges, go here for a complete list of available film.
Flash; recharges in about 5 seconds; Guide number of 9 with ISO 100 film. Can use fill flash in bright daylight by covering the flash meter with your finger and tricking the camera into popping up the flash.
Power; uses two 'AA' batteries, and are required for using the camera, even without the flash.