Canon EOS 100
Aimed at the 1991 prosumer market, the Canon EOS 100 is notable for being one of the first non-pro EOS cameras to have a 'quick control dial' on the rear. A polycarbonate rather than metal body, the 100 also featured the first 'zoom flash' built into an EOS camera (capable of TTL and A-TTL functions). The EOS 100 also inherited the (somewhat gimmicky) barcode function from the EOS 10s, whereby you can 'scan' specific barcodes to upload picture settings to the camera (Canon released a booklet containing 100 such barcodes along with this camera). For power it uses a 2CR5 battery.
- AF assist lamp
- Zoom flash (28, 50 and 80 mm)
- In-Viewfinder camera shake warning
- Rear quick-control dial
- DOF preview mode
- Mirror lock-up function
- 'Noise reduction technology' to reduce operating volume
- Sprocketless film take-up spool
- 6.5% partial metering mode (with metered area circled in viewfinder)
Perfect for a beginner!
We also sell film so make sure to add some to your order with no extra charge for shipping!
Overall condition- Great
Example photos can be found here-https://www.lomography.com/cameras/3325504-canon-eos-100/photos
This camera has been mechanically tested and is in full working condition
- We gladly accept returns within 14 days of delivery if the item arrives defective outside of the detailed conditions when purchased or if any initial defects are present upon receiving the item