Canon EOS 500N

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Canon EOS 500N
Canon EOS 500N & Carton 135mm f2.8.jpg
Type 135 film SLR
Lens mount Canon EF lens mount
Focus TTL Phase Detection Autofocus
Exposure Composite SPC for TTL full-aperture metering (6-zone evaluative, 9.5% partial at center, and centerweighted averaging)
Flash Built-in flash
Frame rate 1 frame/s
Dimensions 146 x 92 x 62 mm, 400 g[1]

The Canon EOS 500N (New EOS Kiss in Japan, EOS Rebel G in North America) is a consumer-level 135 film single-lens reflex camera, produced by Canon of Japan from September 1996 until approximately April 1999 as part of their EOS system. It replaced the earlier EOS 500 and sat in the lower portion of the EOS range. It was superseded by the EOS 300.

References[edit]

  1. ^ [1], specifications, Canon Camera Museum. Retrieved 2011-10-29.

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