Canon EOS 300 + 28-80mm
The Canon EOS 300 was introduced in 1999. The branding EOS Rebel 2000 was used in the North American market. Date versions are also available.
The camera was known as the EOS Kiss III in Japan. Similar to the previous Japanese distributed EOS cameras, they typically have the QD / Date feature standard, often with a panorama masked feature as well. This particular model also has a built in remote control sensor that is not present in American and worldwide models.
- Body: Canon EOS 300 (EOS Kiss III in Japan, EOS Rebel 2000 in North America)
- Film speed settings: 6-6400 ISO
- Exposure modes: Program automatic, Aperture priority, Shutter priority, Manual mode
- Shutter Speed: 1/2000 s to 30 s, Bulb
- Film Winding: Automatic
- Auto focus: Yes
- Flash: Built-in
- Weight: 335g
- Lens: Zoom EF 28-80mm
- Aperture: 1:3.5-5.6
Comes with the following:
- Original EOS neck strap
- Lens cap
- Good working condition
What you still need:
- 2x CR123A batteries
- 35mm film
The camera in the photos is the camera you are purchasing.