Canon EOS ELAN II 35mm SLR Camera Kit w/ 28-80mm Lens

June 24, 2014 - Comment

The Canon EOS Elan II is an easy-to-use, full-featured SLR with advanced options. Both film loading and rewinding (High-Speed or Silent modes) are automatic. Other features include a 10-second-delay self-timer, 10 automatic exposure mode choices, three-point autofocus, and a retractable automatic flash. The EOS Elan II’s key controls are positioned for easy access. This camera

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The Canon EOS Elan II is an easy-to-use, full-featured SLR with advanced options. Both film loading and rewinding (High-Speed or Silent modes) are automatic. Other features include a 10-second-delay self-timer, 10 automatic exposure mode choices, three-point autofocus, and a retractable automatic flash.

The EOS Elan II’s key controls are positioned for easy access. This camera also provides feedback-confirming control inputs and camera functions via a two-dial and metering-mode lever, a quick-control dial, an AF-mode dial, a film-advance mode lever, and an LCD panel. In addition, Canon’s AIM system integrates standard AE, flash AE, and autofocus information.

This camera comes equipped with a Canon 28 to 80mm zoom lens, a camera strap, and one 6-volt lithium battery (2CR5).

Comments

TeeGee says:

sure to please I’ve had the Canon ElanIIE for 8 months and I’ve been very pleased so far. Fellow photography students who bought nikon N70 or N90 are still trying to figure out how to use them. The Canon Elan IIE is simple to operate, and I like having dials instead of so many little buttons. Outstanding features include the autofocus. The eye-control focus is as fast as regular autofocus. Also it has convenient on-camera flash which is of course not as powerful as an accesory flash like the 380ex or…

Randy Carlson says:

Great camera, horrible lens If you can get this camera, GET IT. Just stay as far away as you can from the 28-80mm consumer lens this comes with! Spend the few extra bucks and get the 28-105 or 28-135 IS lens instead (or better yet, get some high quality prime lenses: 24, 50, 100, etc). Remember, it’s not the camera that makes the image, it’s the lens in front of it. The lens this kit comes with is a piece of garbage and you’ll likely get the same images as you would from a $150 point and shoot. You’ll NEVER get…

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