The 110E was Canon's introduction to 110 photography designed for ASA 100 film. It has a 26mm (f2.7-f16) four elements in four groups focusing lens, electronic shutter from 8 seconds to 1/500th and an aperture-priority CdS meter. The camera has a hot shoe, tripod and a cable release socket next to the shutter release. It requires a single PX28 battery.
133 x 55.5 x 28.5 mm (5 1/4 x 2 3/16 x 1 1/8"), 240g (8.5oz).
The 110ED is an improved version of the 110E and was launched in 1975. Like the 110E it has a built-in hot shoe but supplied optionally with a special ED flash that provided auto-exposure flash control. The film speed was fixed at 80 ASA.
The lens is a fast 26mm f2.0, 5 elements in 4 groups, rangefinder-coupled with aperture f2, f4, f8, f16 and shutter speeds of 8 seconds - 1/1000 which 1/125 for flash. Focusing from 2 feet to infinity by a slide with scale in metres, feet and symbols with parallax correction in the viewfinder.
The camera has a sliding protection cover, tripod socket and a cable release sockets next to the shutter release. Date imprinting function with the year wheel set between 1977 and 19861 and the single digits 0 to 9. Uses a single Mallory PX28 battery.
Accessories include Canon Releases 30, 50, Selftimer 8, Canon Speedlite Extender.
142.2 x 56 x 28 mm (5 9/16 x 2 3/16 x 1 1/8"), 295 g (10.5oz)
Released in 1979 the 110ED20 correctly exposes 80 and 400 speed film, same 26mm (f2.0, f4, f8, f16) rangefinder-coupled lens as the 110ED. Focusing 2 feet to infinity. Electronic shutter with speeds of 8 seconds - 1/1000 plus flash sync at 1/125. Focusing from 2 feet to infinity by a slide with scale in metres, feet and symbols; proper distances between 0.8 and 5 metres. Viewfinder has parallax correction and under-/over-exposure warning lamps.
The camera has tripod socket and a cable release sockets next to the shutter release. Date imprinting function with the year wheel set between 1978 and 19882 and the single digits 0 to 9.
Uses one A544 (PX28L) battery or four LR44 batteries.
Accessories include Canon Releases 30, 50, Selftimer 8, Canon Speedlite Extender, Close up lens 110.
142.2 x 55.5 x 28.8 mm (5 9/16 x 2 3/16 x 1 1/8"), 340g (12 oz).
1. Early versions had a date range 1974-1984.
2. Early version had a date range 1977-1987
Last Updated on 28th March 2003