Launched in 1992, the Snappy EL Macro (Prima Junior S Macro or CB35M in various countries) is a compact plastic point-and-shoot camera made by Canon.
It is equipped with a fixed-focus 35mm f/3.8 lens (3 elements/3 groups) and has a single shutter speed of 1/125 sec. Film advance and rewind is motorised. An extra feature this model has is a close-focus ability of 50cm, hence the "Macro" name.
A CdS cell controls a 3-step program which corrects the aperture for the fixed shutter speed according to film speed and mode (flash-off, flash-on, and macro). At ISO 100/200: f/8 at 1/125 sec. with flash off, f/3.8 at 1/125 sec. with flash on, and f/16 at 1/125 sec. in macro mode. At ISO 1400: f/16 at 1/125 sec., f/8 at 1/125 sec. with flash on, and f/16 at 1/125 sec. in macro mode. The flash will fire in macro mode. A red LED light is fitted for low-light warning.
Supplied with a black carry case, printed manual, original box and brand-new batteries, the camera has been tested and is fully working.