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CANON T80 MANUAL PDF

Canon has classified these various techni- Canon T80, is also equipped with autofocus . FD lenses can be used, but it is necessary to focus manual-. choosing a pictograph. This camera, the. Canon T80, is also equipped with autofocus. (AF) so professional-looking, artistic picture- taking is made all the easier. Here, you can find out about Canon’s Film Cameras > T > T

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The picture-taking mode can be selected with the pictographs on the external LCD panel. The big problem was that the autofocus system just wasn’t that great.

Correct exposure, In program mode: A linear CCD is manuzl to detect contrast in the focus area. To do this, you press down the AE mode selector on the top of the camera and, at the same time, move the slide switch to select the mode that best suits the situation at hand.

Four LEDs and mask illumination. Film loading is automatic; the user only has to align the film leader with an orange mark and manuap the back, and the camera loads and advances the film automatically.

First off, it’s relatively loud.

Part of this may be its age, but the grind of the motor as it turns the turns is attention-getting to say the least. Specification and Main Reference Map of T Indicators on the top LCD display the status of loading, winding and rewinding.

The mount was compatible with the FD system, so you could put a regular FD lens on your T80 and use it as a manual focus lens; or you could put an AC lens on any other FD-mount camera and use it as a manual-focus lens; but if you put the AC lens on the T80you got autofocus capability on your T80 SLR. These lenses had the FD mount and signal transmission capability.

Canon T80 instruction manual

When it is used with the conventional FD opticsit will still provide focus assist aids in a form of electronic rangefinder, just as the Canon AL-1 does. That’s harder than it might sound, since you have to have a clear light path to go through the prism and the viewfinder, so you can’t just stick a sensor in the middle of it where it would block the view.

The T was t8 of the successul T series models introduced by Canon during the early ’80 to replaced very popular A series SLR cameras. A deep field of focus to emhrace many aspects.

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Three such lenses were available: Continuous shooting at 0. When focus is obtained an electronic beeper will verify thisthen just push canln shutter button all the way down to take the picture. Canon SLR cameras and lens mounts film. By the mid 80s, Canon had fifteen years of the FD-mount firmly established, twenty if you include the mostly-compatible FL-series.

My T80 has the short zoom on it.

Canon T80 – – The free camera encyclopedia

The motor got its instructions from the camera though electrical contacts on the camera mount. But worse was the fact that nearly every SLR made at least by that time had interchangable lenses, so how do you accomplish the autofocus part and still keep your existing lens inventory? All the T series models provide auto film load, auto wind and in some higher end model, auto rewind.

Film Rewind Power rewind with built-in motor.

Second, raise the camera to your eye, get your subject in the viewfinder, and press the shutter button down halfway to focus. The earlier model, T of was a more futuristic modelthan the entry model T, while feature-loaded T of was a far more advanced model with virtually all imaginable automatic exposure control modes one can think of – functions like variable metering patterns and came with some dedicated accessories that can expand many photographic applications.

Canon T80 instruction manual (reprint)

Laser Matte with cross split prism rangefinder. If you don’t bother with the autofocus, what you’ve got r80 a mid-tier Canon T The T series bodies, differed from the A series – of which were best represented by models such as Canon A-1 and AE-1 Program – where both have a basic camera body, support by add-on accessories such as high speed motor drive, slower power winder, interchangeable focusing screens, data back etc, to fullfill individual’s photographic needs.

A Canon T80 with the standard 50mm AC lens. The motor, and the camera’s other functions including the focusing motor in the lens, are powered by 4 AAA batteries housed in the base of the camera.

When this area has the maximum contrast, the lens is in focus. Except for its autofocus capability, the T80 is very similar to the earlier T70with four programmed scene modes in addition to regular Program auto-exposure AE. The most obvious use for the T80’s Stop Action mode is in the realm of sports.