Canon EOS 300 35mm SLR Film Camera - Body Only
The Canon EOS 300 is a consumer-level autofocus 35mm SLR film camera, produced by Canon of Japan from April 1999 until September 2002 as part of their EOS system. Designed under the supervision of Yasuhiro Morishita, the camera was intended as a replacement for the Canon EOS 500N.
Among the more welcomed improvements was the new stainless steel lens mount, replacing the less durable plastic mount found on previous EOS 300 cameras, the ability to adjust the viewfinder diopter, a higher built-in flash with better red-eye reduction capability, and an illuminated LCD panel.
- Kiss III - Japan
- Rebel 2000 - North America
- EOS 300 - Europe
- Sensitivity range: ISO set automatically 25-5000 in 1/3 stop increments, or manually in range 6-6400
- Mount: Canon EF mount
- Loading: Automatic motorised film loading, advance and rewind
- Shutter: Electronically controlled focal-plane shutter with electromagnetic release
- Shutter speed: 1/2000 - 30 sec. in 1/2-stop increments. Bulb mode. X sync at 1/90 sec
- Flash: Built-in flash, AF point-linked, 3-zone autoflash, recycle time - 2 secs
- Self-timer: 10 seconds delay
- Battery: 2 x CR2
Please note that the strap is not included and is sold separately.
This vintage film camera is ideal for professionals. It’s in excellent condition and is ready to produce another lifetime of fantastic photos!
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