Beautiful Canon T50 camera with 28mm 2.8 FD lens. In lovely condition, feels just like a digital It couldn't be easier to get into 35mm film
This gorgeous near mint T50 camera is in lovely condition, cleaned and tested seals and mirror cushions are in great condition. A great camera for beginners, simply point and shoot!
The T50s are quite remarkable cameras with its Program AE (Auto Exposure) mode was available on the T50, in line with its role as a simple beginner's camera
All the perks of digital, it couldn't be easier to get into the wonderful world of film!
A lovely gift or addition to your vintage set up.
The Canon T50, introduced in March 1983 and discontinued in December 1989, was the first in Canon's new T series of 35mm single-lens reflex cameras compatible with Canon's FD lens mount.
Canon released a new flash unit for the T50, the Speedlite 244T. This simple-to-use flash used an infrared preflash to judge the distance to the subject, and only had two buttons; a power switch and a film speed setting which toggled between 100 and 400 ISO film speed.
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All items are carefully checked, cleaned serviced so the item reaches you in the best possible condition. Please note that items of this age often have the odd mark and these are shown in the photos or in the description and they often add to the charm. You have 30 days to check the item yourself and if there is anything you are not happy with you can return for a replacement, repair or refund.
We check our cameras and use a laser shutters speed tester to check accuracy, light seals and mirror cushions are replaced. the camera is checked for light leaks and lubricated and adjusted prior to shipping on older cameras this may take a day or two but we will keep you updated
After sales help and advice is included with every purchase, we also run workshops and online tutorials. Contact us for more information. We are not just a camera shop! If you have any questions please ask.