The Canonet Rangefinder is next on deck for repairs, after I priced the replacements. In excellent condition a replacement would cost more than $200, so certainly worth fixing. I looked back to find an earlier posting from 2009, where I pondered whether or not to repair this camera. So it has been offline for a while.
The Canonet Series were 1970’s Leica M-Series knock-offs. This was the final high end version of the Canonet Series. It offered Aperture Priority, Auto Exposure and Manual Exposure modes. It is also just a fun little camera. For some Canonet photo examples I can recommend “I Love Old Cameras”.
More on the technical specs here.