Canon Ixus L-1 film camera
The Canon IXUS L-1 is a compact APS camera, introduced by Canon in September 1997; one of the simpler IXUS APS cameras, but well built and with a good, solid feel. It has a collapsible, fixed length 26mm f2.8 lens (35mm equivalent of a fairly wide 33mm). The body has very small rubber buttons to control the flash, set the date & title, rewind the film and set the self-timer; the settings are shown on an LCD panel in the top. There is the usual APS P/H/C format switch, on the back beside the viewfinder eyepiece. Also beside the viewfinder, opposite the format switch, are LEDs indicating focus and flash ready.
This camera is in good vintage condition. Comes with the original case. Working well manually, not film tested. Takes one CR2 battery. Battery is not included