Canon Snappy LX 35mm Film Camera Point and Shoot

Canon Snappy LX 35mm Film Camera Point and Shoot 


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[Nov 27, 2008]


Very good lens for the price!
Very good features: auto flash, flash off, forced flash, and self-timer.


The lens is not as good as Olympus Stylus Epic or Ricoh GR (obviously).
Does not have long exposures, which is good for beginners, since you always need a tripod for long exposures.

I bought this camera in London for 60 pounds in 1997.

This is an excellent camera for price. Very large viewfinder, which is good if you use glasses.

If you learn how to press shutter button gently, this camera takes wonderful pictures.

It has very nice Best Shot dial on the front, which I love! Whenever you have a backlighting, you turn the dial to Forced Flash and the pictures come out very nicely exposed.

It has an infrared focusing, so if you want to take pictures through glass, simply close autofocusing window (the one which does not lit red color) and it will focus on infinity.

The camera is also very well built.

Pictures are also very well exposed.

I strongly recommend this camera to anyone who wants basic but very good quality and convenient camera.

Customer Service

Never needed.

Similar Products Used:

Ricoh GR10, Olympus Stylus Epic.

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