Canon EOS 30
||Canon EF lens mount
||TTL Phase Detection Autofocus (7 zone)
35 zone evaluative metering
||Built-in flash and E-TTL flash metering with shoe mounted flash
||146.7 x 103 x 69 mm, 580g
The Canon EOS 30/33 (also known as the EOS Elan 7/7e) is a single-lens reflex film camera from Canon's EOS series, released in October 2000. This camera is sold in Japan under the name EOS 7. The EOS 30/ELAN 7E has eye controlled focusing while the EOS 33/ELAN 7 does not. Otherwise the two cameras are identical. It was replaced by a minor update with the EOS 30V/ELAN 7N.
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