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May of 1966 saw the debut of the top of the line Demi EE17. The Canon Demi is a half frame camera which uses ordinary cartridge style 35mm film, but takes two 24 x 18mm exposures. This could be quite a saving per exposure for a simple snapshot camera: economics was the reason for the half frame cameras of the sixties. Color film was very expensive in comparison to B&W films at the time.
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May of 1966 saw the debut of the top of the line Demi EE17. The Canon Demi is a half frame camera which uses ordinary cartridge style 35mm film, but takes two 24 x 18mm exposures. This could be quite a saving per exposure for a simple snapshot camera: economics was the reason for the half frame cameras of the sixties. Color film was very expensive in comparison to B&W films at the time.