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Canon FTb QL - 35mm SLR

Canon FTb QL - 35mm SLR

S/N: 704629

Regular price €139,00
Regular price €159,00 Sale price €139,00
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Released in 1971, the FTb QL succeeded the Canon FT QL and added support for the FD mount (replacing the previous FL series of lenses). While the FTb QL was launched alongside the professional F1, this model was aimed towards consumers. It did not have the more advanced features like interchangeable finders & focusing screens or motor drive support but it definitely was as solidly build. A noticeable feature here is the QL or 'Quick Load' system which made loading film easier.

The Canon FTb QL is an extremely well built 35mm SLR camera with a fully mechanical shutter with speeds up to 1/1000s. A battery is only needed to power the built-in match needle meter. 

 

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This example comes in very good shape and is definitely one of the better we've seen. It's rather uncommon for these camera to still have a working (and accurate) meter but this one is working wonderfully. Both meter and shutter speeds are well within spec. Camera comes with new light seals installed. 

Light seals replaced

Notes

Released in: 1971

Mount: Canon FD

Type: 35mm

Condition

Mechanical Condition: 5
Cosmetic Condition: 5
Optical Condition: 5

Battery

Requires: 1x PX625A

*while we test our equipment to the highest standards possible, please keep in mind that these items are several decades old. Light meters can't last forever and even though we garantuee a proper function (unless stated otherwise), due to the fragile nature of the meters, we can not cover them under our warranty.

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