The Canon Epoca is an oddly-shaped 1990 model from Canon's very successful Sure Shot range. It is shaped more like a video camera. This 35mm film camera was known as the Photura in US and Autoboy Jet in Japan. It has a 35-105mm zoom lens, and a powerful built-in flash. While not a true SLR, this was Canon's answer to the "bridge camera" market segment that competitors such as the Chinon Genesis had launched in the late 1980s.
In 1992, Canon introduced a follow-up model - the Photura 135 - which came with a 38-135mm lens.
The camera with the original box, long strap, papers and hand grip strap
Cosmetic: Signs of use and small scratches all over the camera
Optical: Viewfinder with a lot of dust and black dots that they do not affect the final results. Lens clean with no haze/fungus/scratches.
Electronic: All electronic functions are working perfectly.
The photos you see are likely to be stock photos, although this is not always the case. Due to the sheer amount of different items coming in, we're unable to photograph each item individually.