The Canon AF35M, by Canon Japan or the Sure Shot by Canon USA, was Canon Inc.’s first autofocus 35mm lens-shutter compact camera. It was launched in November 1979 and received the Japanese Ministry of International Trade and Industry’s Good Design Award in September 1980.
Lens: 38mm, f/2.8 (4 elements in 3 groups). Autofocus with the CAFS infra-red system, pre-focus enabled. Shutter: Electronically-controlled programmed shutter and aperture. EV 6 (f/2.8 at 1/8 sec.) – 17 (f/16 at 1/500 sec.). Viewfinder: Reverse Galilean viewfinder with frame lines. Film Speed: 25-400 ISO. Flash: Guide number 14m at ISO 100. Self-timer: yes. Tripod socket: yes. It had Auto load and wind, power rewind (with switch). Power: Two 1.5V AA batteries.