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All Cameras >> Canon >> Canonet G-III 17

Canonet G-III 17 Rangefinder Film Camera Sample Photos

Film Size: 135 Picture Size: 24x36mm
Marketed: 1972 to 1982 (1200000 units)
Lens Mount: Fixed
Lens: 40mm f/1.7
Shutter: Copal Speeds: B,1/4 - 1/500
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Guest 05-Jul-2007 17:15
This is a great camera. If you could stick a digital processor in this thing I would still be using it all the time. It has always surprised me with its excellent results and ease of use. A great fun, high quality camera.
David Owens10-Aug-2006 14:51
Very poor focusing window, and the shutter on the lens is a pain.
Monte Dodge21-Nov-2005 17:44
QL-III 17 is one of the all time best 35mm cameras ever made in it's price range and if it weren't for digital, I would still be packing one!!!! Monte
Guest 22-May-2005 20:59
I am pleased to see your photos. I have just started using my Canonet and it sure looks like a fun camera.

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