Canon Dial 35 Half Frame 35mm camera
Automatic film advance and rewind were driven by a spring motor. The “Dial” designation comes from the ring of CdS photocells looking like a telephone dial. The spring motor winder also served as a camera grip which enabled one-handed shooting.
Shutter speed-priority EE was used for exposure control. The camera was focused with a needle matching the near, middle, or far icon in the viewfinder. This camera was the first to feature automatic film advance to frame 1 after film loading.