|Release Price||33,000 yen (~$300)|
|Lens Mount||EE Mount|
he EXEE is a 35 mm SLR camera made by Canon from 1969 until the early 1970’s. It was replaced by the Canon EX Auto in 1972.
This camera had unusual features such as shutter speed-priority AE, maximum-aperture TTL metering and AE, a bright aerial image viewfinder, and focal-plane shutter. The front lens element was also interchangeable.
The CdS meter reads between EV 4.75 and EV 17. It requires a 1.3V mercury battery or modern substitute. However, the shutter speeds are timed mechanically, so the camera functions without a battery (without metering).