The Canon FTb is a manual, mechanical SLR released in the 1970 as an update to the Canon FT QL. This camera can use Canon FD lenses or FL lenses. Here it is paired with an FD lens, which permits full-aperture metering. S.C. stands for "spectra coating."
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Body SN: 146287 Lens SN: 1344104
Takes FD or FL lenses; full-aperture (with FD) or stopdown (with FL) metering possible
Shutter speeds B through 1/1000th
QL mechanism for the quick loading of film
Self-timer and mirror lock-up
This camera used a PX625 1.35V battery. Mercury batteries are no longer made. You can use a Wein Cell PX625 Replacement, which is the closest to the original. Alkaline and silver oxide versions are also available, with slightly different voltage and discharge.