Miscellaneous Canon and Other Instruction Manuals
Collecting cameras leads to all kinds of printed material and some of it does not fit the categories I have created, somewhat arbitrarily I must admit. What I am collecting seems to mature and change as we go forward. I have become interested in early Leica copies and Minolta is an old love of mine. And then there are manuals for things I use such as my Sekonic light meter. I can never keep track of where I put the actual booklet but if it is here I can always get to it.
So this is where I am putting booklets and pamphlets that don’t fit anywhere else.There is only a rough order to it all and as it grows it may become difficult to search. Don’t forget the Index page if you are looking for something in particular.
Canon Instruction Manuals
User Manual for Canon Demi C
Pub. No. 5219A
User Manual for Canon Demi EE17
User Manual for Canon Demi EE28
User Manual for Canon Demi S
Snappy 20/50 User Manual
Canomatic C30 Instruction Sheet
Miscellaneous Kodak Publications and Brochures
Instruction Manual for the Brownie Hawkeye Flash Model
Instruction Manual for the Brownie Target “Box” Camera – I picked up this Manual when I purchased a New In-the-Box Brownie Target Six-20 camera.
Instruction Manual for Kodak
No. 2 Cartridge Hawk-Eye
Miscellaneous Instruction Manuals
I have a really nice copy of the Minolta-35 Model II. I would like to shoot it but unfortunately the shutter is not working. Another project!
Instruction Manual for Sony NEX-C3
Instruction Manual for Clarus 35
Instruction Manual for Mamiya Auto-Lux 35
(included because camera is possibly same camera as the Canon Canonex)
Asahiflex Instruction Manual
Yashica Model “A” User Manual
Yashica Model “635” User Manual
This filter guide for shooting film is short and to the point and basically very useful.
I am not in any way connected to or supported by Canon and I have no rights to any of their trade marks. I chose their camera line both for my personal photography and to collect for reasons lost to memory. I have been happy with Canon and have been totally impressed with the quality of their equipment. Other manufacturers make some excellent camera gear as well and nothing I say here is to disparage their offerings. Eventually I may add other brands to my range of collecting interest but that is for another day (and a bigger house).
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