Very good condition Canon IId with 1,8/50mm lens
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Rangefinder camera Canon IId with 1,8/50mm
The Canon IID of 1952 was a more economical version of the Canon IIIA which had been introduced the previous year. The Canon IID had a top speed of 1/500 second unlike the 1/1000 second of the Canon IIIA. Also, the Canon IIIA had a film speed reminder on the winding know, whereas the Canon IID had none. These were the only changes from the Canon IIIA, and like the IIIA, the IID had the improved shutter and the revised universal lens mount which finally was exactly compatible with the Leica M39 lens mount.
The differences represented by these two features was apparently not important to many photographers: the lack of the 1/1000 second top shutter speed, and lack of a film speed reminder on the top of the film winder knob.
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