The Canon AT-1 was sold as a cheaper version of Canon's famous AE-1 camera, as it is a fully manual camera without any automatic modes. The camera was introduced in 1976, making it one of the more modern cameras in my collection. I purchased this one at a police auction a few years ago. I've always wondered if this was "exhibit A" in some famous trial, or if it was used by the police to take crime scene photos. I suppose I'll never know. Shown here with a Canon 35mm 3.5 lens, which was used to take all the shots in this set. It's a simple but useful lens, which reinforces my belief that 35mm is the ideal focal length.
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