Canon A1 + FD 50 mm ƒ/1.4
A rare find for a brand that is so plentiful.
The A-1 camera’s made by canon are usually a dime a dozen. They were, and are, extremely popular due to their toughness and image quality. All of them are easy to use and usually in excellent working order. However, this copy is stil in absolute perfect condition. There is very little wear on the body and the lens, both of them are in great shape on the inside. The lens glass is perfectly clear and show no signs damage at all. The same goes for the body, its internals are almost like new. Even though these cameras are plentiful it is rare to find an A-1 in this working condition.
This camera has a fully automatic mode but can also be set to either aperture or shutter priority. Therefore this camera is great for the entry level photographer as well as the more seasoned film shooter.
- The camera has been tested and is working.
- Light seals are good.
- Shutter is ok.
- Basic cleaning is done.
- Technically the body is perfect.
- Lens in perfect working condition.
Accessories, papers and packaging:
- Batteries: Included
- Lens Cap: yes
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