REVIEW: Canon Demi EE17
Posted by Bengt Köhler Sandberg 2012-05-04
Lens: Canon Lens SH 30mm f/1.7
Aperture: f/1.7 - f/16
4 bladed aperure
Shutter: 1/500 sec to 1/8 sec plus a Bulb setting
Takes standard 135 film
Half frame 24×18 mm
F/1.7 and f2.8 got over exposed so thay have more grain then the others.
Not that bad for a half frame in turmes of sharpness etc.
Vignetting is next to gone.
This have great bokeh but it can be little funny looking do to the 4 bladed aperture.
Not perfect but not that bad at all.
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Really good build quality and all parts feel very solid and sturdy.
I'm very pleased with this camera.
The lens is sharp and have great contrast.
One downside is that this don´t have any rangefinder so if you don´t have a external one you have to guess the range which can be quite hard.
Fairly quiet shutter noise
All mechanical parts have a nice feel and are very solid
72 pictures on a 36 roll
Shutter speed only down to 1/8 sec
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