The Canon Top Twin, known as Sure Shot Tele in America and Autoboy Tele in Japan, is an enthusiast's autofocus compact camera from 1986. A switch on the back selects between the two focal lengths: a 40 mm moderate wide angle and a 70 mm telephoto lens, upon which the lens extends a fair bit outward. The lens has a 40.5 mm thread. A switch on the side of the lens barrel opens the lens barrier and also serves to turn on a soft filter for portraits. Furthermore, it has a backlight compensation mode and a button for multiple exposures. The multiple exposure mode can be used with an additional trick filter to make composite exposures.
The camera with strap.
Cosmetic: Okay condition, with signs of use.
Optical: Viewfinder clean with minimal dust. Lens clean with no haze/fungus/scratches.
Electronic: All electronic functions are working.
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