The Canon 514XL super 8 camera was released in 1976. This compact film camera is a revised version of the basic and best-selling Auto Zoom 518SV model. The built-in self-timer enables 10 seconds shooting with 10 seconds delay for great in-camera effects, and it can be fitted with a wide attachment lens.
Note: Not to be confused with the Canon 514XL-S Canosound camera.
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|Focal Length/Speed||9 - 45mm f/1.4|
|Focusing||Manual (Front lens group rotating method), 1.2 m to infinity|
|Macro Shooting||Close distance shooting, wide-angle macro shooting and telephoto macro shooting|
|Zooming||Power zooming and manual zooming with zooming ring|
|Filter Size||43 mm|
|Viewfinder||Single-lens reflex type (built-in eyecup)|
|Dioptric Adjustment||-4 to +2 diopter|
|Viewfinder Information||Aperture value, over/under exposure, film transport indicator and battery check|
|Exposure Control||TTL Servo EE with a CdS exposure meter. Automatic aperture setting.|
|Metering Range||ISO 250, f/1.4, 9 fps - ISO 25, f/32, 18 fps and single frame|
|Film Speed||Automatic ISO setting. Tungsten type film: ISO 40, 160 and 250
Daylight type film: ISO 25, 100 and 160
|CCA Filter||Built-in color conversion filter. Automatically cancelled with daylight type film cartridge. Manual cancellation possible.|
|Manual Aperture Control||Exposure is fixed while the EE lock lever is pressed down.|
|Film Drive||High performance micro-motor|
|Filming speed||9, 18 fps and single frame|
|Power Source||Two AA batteries for 5 film cartridges under normal temperature.|
|Shutter Opening||220 degrees|
|Self-timer||For 10 sec. shooting with 10 sec. delay|
|Dimensions (W x H x D)||39 x 112 x 190.5 mm|
|Weight||620 g. including batteries|
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