The Canon MC is a retro Legend.
The Canon MC is a motorized, battery-powered, compact point-and-shoot 35mm film camera. Exposure control is automatic, with shutter speeds from 1/8 of a second to 1/500th of a second. Focus is automatic as well, using Canon’s trademarked CAFS (Canon Auto Focus System – a primitive automatic triangulation focusing system that the brand first used on their first point-and-shoot, the Canon AF35M of 1979). The lens is a 35mm F/2.8 prime comprised of four elements in four groups.
It’s got a manually retractable body cover, a self-timer, and an attachable accessory flash called the MC-S flash unit, with a guide number of 11 meters at ISO 100. ISO metering is manually set between 64 and 1000 ISO (though 800 ISO is missing). It weighs about 300 grams and is small enough to fit in the palm of a hand. Power is supplied by two AAA batteries, and there’s a strap attached to the right hand side of the camera.