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The Canon EOS 300 is a 35mm single-reflex lens film camera produced by Canon from April 1999 to September 2002. It is part of the Canon EOS series, intended to replace the Canon EOS 500N as a consumer-level camera.
Not to be confused with the digital Canon EOS 300D, the Canon EOS 300 is a film camera. There is be a small logo on the front face of the camera to the top right that reads EOS 300, Rebel 2000, or Kiss III depending on your region. The EOS 300 uses a pentamirror viewfinder, as opposed to a pentaprism, which is cheaper and lighter, but slightly drops the quality of pictures taken.
To identify and fix common issues, refer to the Canon EOS 300 troubleshooting page.
Dimensions: 140 x 90 x 58.5 mm (5.5 x 3.5 x 2.3 in)
Weight: 335g (11.8 oz)
- Autofocus 35mm SLR
- Retractable built-in flash
- 7-Point autofocus system
- 35-Zone exposure sensor
- 1.5 frame/s frame rate
- Uses CR2 Batteries