The Canon AF-7 is a point-and-shoot compact which was released by Canon in 1994. It was also sold as the Canon Sure Shot Owl in the US and the Canon Prima AF-7 in Europe.
This chunky autofocus camera has a large viewfinder and a 35/4.5 lens, with three-step autofocus. The lens is coated to deal with flare and the camera has a flash over-ride button for more creative control.
This camera was hugely popular in its day and robust enough to take anywhere – it’s a great festival or daytrip camera.
This camera has been film tested with expired AgfaPhoto Vista 200 film in July 2022. It comes with a 90-day warranty.
The camera requires 2 x AA batteries which will not be sent with the camera.