|Type||35 mm rangefinder camera|
|Lens mount||Leica M39 screw mount|
|Flash||External cold shoe|
|Dimensions||144 mm x 76mm x 30 mm|
The Canon P (P for Populaire) was a rangefinder camera produced by Canon Inc., compatible with the Leica M39 screw mount (LTM). It was introduced in March 1959 and was marketed as a low-cost sister to the Canon VI-L. A black version was also introduced, which today is quite rare. The Canon P is the predecessor to the Canon 7 rangefinder.
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