Canon EOS 300V

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Canon EOS 300V
Canon EOS 300V.jpg
Overview
Type35mm SLR
Lens
Lens mountCanon EF lens mount
Focusing
FocusTTL Phase Detection Autofocus
Exposure/metering
ExposureProgram, Aperture priority, Shutter priority and depth-of-field autoexposure; match-needle manual
6 zone evaluative or 6.5% partial metering
Flash
FlashHot shoe and internal
Shutter
Frame rate2.5 frame/s
General
Dimensions130 x 88 x 64 mm, 365g[1]

The Canon EOS 300V (Kiss 5/All New Kiss in Japan and Rebel Ti in North America)[2] is a 135 film auto-focus SLR camera, introduced by Canon in 2002 to upgrade Canon's EOS Rebel series of autofocus consumer SLR cameras.

Upon its release, the Rebel Ti had the fastest autofocus and most advanced autoexposure in its class. Among the more welcomed improvements was the new stainless steel lens mount, replacing the less durable plastic mount found on previous EOS Rebel cameras.

References[edit]

  1. ^ http://photonotes.org/cgi-bin/camera-lookup.pl?camera1=*&camera2=*&camera3=*&camera4=*&camera5=eos300v
  2. ^ "EOS Rebel Ti". Canon Camera Museum.

External links[edit]

Media related to Canon EOS 300V at Wikimedia Commons

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