The Canon AE-1 Program is a 35mm film camera that was introduced in 1981 as an upgrade to the original Canon AE-1. It is similar to the AE-1 in many ways, but it also features a programmed auto-exposure mode, which allows the camera to automatically set the aperture and shutter speed based on the light metering information. The camera still has manual exposure mode for those who want more control over the photograph. The camera also features a faster maximum shutter speed of 1/1000s and a faster flash sync speed of 1/125s.
It comes with Canon FD f/1.4 lens