Forget me not

Newer Older

Few days ago I went to this camera show. This one caught my attention because of the interesting light meters in front of the lens. Looked like jewels. Never seen anything like this before. I was told the model was released more than 40 years ago. Silly me, I didn't try to remember the model name.
Does anybody know?

Edit: Thanks to Jim, I just found it in the net. See this link.

Yasin Hassan ياسين حسن, .ranak, and 17 other people added this photo to their favorites.

View 15 more comments

  1. {IQBAL} 69 months ago | reply

    This classic is such a beauty!

  2. udvranto pothik 69 months ago | reply

    yeay canon :-D ( atanu eita dekhe sure nikon er 1800 diker ekta camera khuje ber korbe :P )

  3. Pristine™ 69 months ago | reply

    Beautiful B&W...

  4. mauspray 69 months ago | reply

    great gear here..!

  5. Primrose_girl 69 months ago | reply

    What a beautiful camera, so stylish!

  6. Richard Roscoe Photography 69 months ago | reply

    Great work!
    Seen in my contacts' photos

  7. *monz* 69 months ago | reply

    That looks like the Canonet f1.9 from the early 1960's. The circular 'jewel' is a CdS (?) light meter. This camera may be famous for being featured in a film called 'Pecker.'

    This camera's descendent is the famous Canonet 17 QL GIII which is a good quality fixed lens rangefinder, often unkindly called "The Poor Man's Leica". More like the "Smart Man's Leica!"


  8. --_ 69 months ago | reply

    khaise, monzur bhai is a living camera encyclopedia :D that's a complement tho :)

    Seen on your photo stream. (?)

  9. good che 69 months ago | reply

    What are you talking about? I love the composition!

  10. Before Noon 69 months ago | reply

    {I'd love to see this photo in I {heart} camera}

  11. bahketni 69 months ago | reply

    Wow, this is mine! I want it back!

  12. Finding_Nevrland 69 months ago | reply

    hehe... canon rulez

keyboard shortcuts: previous photo next photo L view in light box F favorite < scroll film strip left > scroll film strip right ? show all shortcuts