1987 Japanese Cannon EOS 650 SLR 35mm Camera
(I messed up in the title, it's an 87)
I bought this camera while I was in Tokyo during the 2011 Earthquake/Tsunami Relief Operation at an antique shop. It's awesome but I kinda need the cash so I guess I'll let it go.
- Leather Storage thing for the Camera
- Leather Storage thing for the Flash
-Some thing called a teleconverter that looks nothing like the teleconverters I've googled.
- Bag for Tripod.
- 35 - 70mm lense
- 100 - 300mm lense
- 100 - 300mm lense storage cylinder thing.
- lense covers for when lenses are in storage.
- leather bag for everything
- all original japanese documentation
It takes one 2CR5 battery, I posted a picture of what it looks like. I was told by a Japanese friend that the manual says not to use the rechargeable type. You can buy them online or at camera shops. The LCD screen on top of the camera works fine and displays English characters, not Japanese symbols. So even if you don't understand the manual, if you know how to use these type of camera's you'll be alright.
I posted some pictures I took of my daughter at the bottom. This thing takes some pretty awesome vintage looking pictures. I think they came out pretty awesome and I have no idea what I was doing.
$300 shipped and pp'd pretty firm
Pictures taken with this camera of my daughter a year ago. (3 yrs old at the time)