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Canon VI-T

Canon VI-T

Regular price €389,00 EUR
Regular price Sale price €389,00 EUR
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Used item, no tax.
Restored: Tested & inspected with special tools and machinery. Working correctly after professional repair or service. Any flaws present will be noted and will not affect typical use.
The shutter and cocking mechanisms have been cleaned and lubricated. Shutter speeds adjusted and tested. Curtain speed adjusted and tested. Rangefinder calibrated. The viewfinder has some haze as well as coating damage inside. The front window also has some coating damage. The shutter has some marks.

Details: Canon VI-T

Manual focus 35mm rangefinder manufactured by Canon released in 1958. The first Canon camera to have a non-rotating shutter speed dial. Has a single-stroke lever at the bottom of the camera for fast film winding. A separate knob at the top of the camera is also provided for winding. The viewfinder rotates between framelines for 35mm and 50mm focal lengths and has an effective baseline of 28mm. It also has a 1.55x magnification at Mg to aid in focusing. Metal body available in chrome.

  • Shutter: Metal horizontal focal plane, 1s - 1/1000s, plus B
  • Flash sync: X-sync at 1/55s
  • ISO Range: Reminder only, 32 - 1600
  • Size: 145 x 83 x 41mm
  • Weight: 642g

12 Month Warranty

We are confident in our team's world-leading knowledge on checking, restoring and repairing. For your peace of mind, this item includes a 12-month Kamerastore warranty. We'll repair, replace, or refund your item if any issues arise. Warranty Terms & Conditions.

Included in the Box

We individually photograph each used item. You will get the exact item pictured plus any other accessories shown.

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LTM / M39

M39 is a screw-type mount system originally designed by Oskar Barnack for Leica cameras in the 1930s. These Leica Thread Mount (LTM) camera bodies attach lenses using a 39mm threaded screw mount.

This mount was the prominent rangefinder mount for Leica until 1953 when the M3 debuted. The M Mount bayonet spelled the end for Leica’s thread mount cameras, although other manufacturers, like Canon, Leotax, and Zorki, continued to use the M39 mount for their cameras.

There are some early Soviet SLRs that also use a 39mm thread mount called M39. Lenses for this system are incompatible with M39 rangefinder lenses, and vice versa, due to differences in flange distance.

M39 rangefinder lenses can be easily adapted to mirrorless camera systems.

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Restored
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Tested & inspected with special tools and machinery. Working correctly after professional repair or service. Any flaws present will be noted and will not affect typical use.
Certified
( 2715)
Tested & inspected with special tools and machinery, found to be working correctly. Any flaws present will be noted and will not affect typical use.
Passed
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Tested & inspected by hand, special machinery not required. Found to be working correctly. Any flaws present will be noted and will not affect typical use.
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Untested or tested, inspected, and found to have flaws that will affect typical use. Recommended for decoration, projects, or use with special considerations.