Introduce in 1965, the Canon 7s was the pinnacle of the Canon screw mount rangefinders. The 7sz was a slight modification at the end of the product life from 1967 to 1968. An estimated 4,000 were produced.
The 7s is an update to the Canon 7. The meter is updated and room is made for a flash shoe. Size is still massive and mine is paired with the super size Canon 0.95 "dream lens". This lens is a massive chunk of glass. Big enough to make the body seem reasonably sized.
This is a fun lens that gives you a very noticeable background when opened up. If you like it you like it, if not shot at the smaller apertures it is more of a normal lens. I would not buy this lens if you don't plan to use it wide open. There are cheaper and smaller options. The lens also has the limitation of only mounting to the Canon 7 and 7s. You can have it modified to other mounts at a price.
Lens: Canon Lens 50mm 0.95
Film FujiColor 100