Canon Sure Shot WP-1
Camera has been tested by us, it appears to function normally, although the film motor makes a squeaking sounds when advancing/rewinding film. The shutter and flash performs well. Photo taking optics are clean of defects, viewfinder is scratched on both front and eye piece, but this doesn't affect photos. Cosmetically, the camera has some signs of use. Please bear in mind this camera has not been tested by us for water resistance, therefore we cannot guarantee that the O-rings and seals will still make the camera waterproof. Nonetheless both O-rings and seals appear intact.
Part of the Canon Sure Shot/Prima/Autoboy series of compact cameras from Canon. When it hit the market in April 1994, the Autoboy D5 (aka Sure Shot A-1, WP-1 or Prima AS-1) was the world's smallest and lightest underwater camera that could also be used equally well on land. Fully automatic, the camera has 3-point smart autofocus that is effective for distances from 1-3m and a fixed focus macro mode (with forced flash) for underwater shots as close as 45cm. It is completely weather-sealed and robust while remaining compact and lightweight.
|Lens||Canon Lens 32mm, f/3.5 (6 elements in 6 groups)
||Automatic, but can be disabled; GN: 7.5m at ISO 100|
|Water resistance||Waterproof: To five metres, using rubber seals and O-rings.|
|Battery||Required for operation. 1x 3V CR123A (available separately)|