I have owned a Nikon N90 and the Canon has been an equal partner as far as picture taking. I've talked to some people online, looking for accessories for this camera. Only 2 lenses canon 28mm and 24-85mm, very pleased with results from both. I know most photographers are up themselves but seriously? Be careful, they are often easy to break and not economical to repair in most cases. A necessary precondition for this is the unmistakable, legible character of an instruction.
It feels like you are holding a professional camera. This camera is a great choice for three fantastic reasons. Are you the sort of person who thinks that digital photography is as unexciting as shaving? I know this is about 35mm though. Although you will find a problem on subjects with no vertical line, but point it on a face and it will be able to focus really fast. So many great things have already been said so I won't reiterate what's already been expressed. In general this means turning the mode dial away from L and onto something like P 2. When I bought the N90 it claimed to have multi-exposure, but they did not tell you that you have to purchase the data back in order to achieve it.
Even the frames per second rivals pro-level cameras today. I recently started shooting with film for my photography class I am a sophomore in high school and I enjoy shooting with film far more simply because I spend more time thinking about every shot and less time pretending my camera is a machine gun. But monkeys smearing their shit on the wall can be regarded as art by some people too. . If the lens was also made by Canon then yes, it will work, but bear in mind almost all of the kit lenses the lens supplied with the camera as a bundled deal are cheap low-quality lenses.
You clearly have a decent understanding of Film in particular, Canon Film Cameras and the process that goes into shooting. The manuals will serve as an informational aid. Mostly used on auto rather than prgm, as this gives most flexibility to jump in and out of exp control. The only difference is that on the 10s you have to manually raise the flash to use it, on the 10 it will automatically raise when needed. As I shop around 2nd hand shops, I find many examples of these cameras where that coating is degrading and becoming sticky. But if you see one cheap then go for it! Film may be in a resurgence of sorts, but its still not as popular and will arguably never be, as digital. In short, stick to C-41 process film.
Thinking about my great grand kids wanting to see pictures of their grandad when he was a baby. Weakness: height, weight, lage body size , the manuals printed by Canon for this series are a joke, there is part 1 which for most people tells you nothing much, part 2 is harder to get and details the better features. This is a true workhorse of a camera. Digital is fun and easy. But even within this category there are good and bad buys. The only real disadvantage of these cameras is they have no built-in flash.
I bought this because of its 5fps built-in motor. But if you know your stuff, even the basics, you will turn out awesome shots. I still accept donations to maintain this Camera Manual Library at the link above. Its not that youre completely wrong but the level of skill that goes into shooting Film is much higher than shooting digital. Coat the sticky areas with a thick dusting of the powder keeping the internals well covered , leave it for a while and then brush off the loose talc later. When I recently started shooting events, parties, shows, I lost alot of shots because the Rebels cannot focus fast enough specially in low light and when the subject is moving.
By todays standard it might be lacking a bit, but 12+ years, what do you expect!! Yes, back in the day we had men on the moon, supersonic passenger planes and eye-controlled cameras. This would be a decent read if you just toned down the attitude a fraction, but I found it difficult to get through. Bought 2nd hand, 1m later after only 2 rolls of film, went on a 3m world voyage, relied on it. I still shoot digital, and I shoot Film. So nowadays there is absolutely no good reason for anyone to shoot on 35mm film except because they want to. Aside from that, the camera has been a gem.
Very pleased with well thought out exposure metering and ease of adjusting settings. I just got my Canon Rebel 2000 out of the closet, I totally forgot I had it. With time you will be able to master the simple settings and be capable to do anyting the newer cameras do. And the cartridge keeps your negatives safe once they are developed. Filters — To Old Skool photoshop your shots you use filters. Eventually, when one still can't find the answer to his problems, he will be directed to the Canon service. It may be a bit heavy for constant carrying, but then the weight also gives a boost in hand held low light stability.
After a few shots it either stops working completely or the image I got on the visor becomes pretty dark. This will help me to continue to host this site, buy new manuals, and pay their shipping costs. Then all I shot was 35 for fun. But beware of two other things 1. An instruction's purpose is to teach, to ease the start-up and an item's use or performance of certain activities. I have one of these and will write up about it soon! After a short bargaining, I brought it home. It helps steady the shot.
Usually it results from the lack of time and certainty about functionalities of purchased items. Pull a little more of the film out until the end part is just over the spool on the right hand side where the film is collected. With some models you can override the setting to deliberately over or underexpose. But those days are long gone, my friend. Although I was thinking that developing a film now with digital age it must cost a lot. If you want to quickly view the content of pages found on the following pages of the manual, you can use them. You can also buy the equipment and chemicals to process it yourself if you have nothing better to do with your life.