The EOS Film Camera
Instruction Manuals for EOS Film Cameras
The EOS Film Cameras represent a class of camera that holds great promise for continuing to shoot film. The is because, although it is older film technology, the EOS system permits the modern EOS EF lenses and accessories to be used. For this reason these manuals are of particular interest. Here you can learn to shoot these old cameras.
To someone my age they hardly seem old. Pick up the very first EOS to come out, the EOS 650. It feels like a modern digital camera in heft and layout. And I don’t mean the light weight plastic things that came out on the bottom edge of the lineup.
The 650 feels like a real camera. Pick up an EOS 1 or an Elan 7. It is the same. These are substantial well built cameras that are a joy to shoot. And here is how you do it!
EOS Film Rebels
This one page two sided flyer was included with packaging materials in box with a Rebel G and kit lens.
Publication CT0-1112-000 (1999)
EOS Film Elans
Other EOS Film Cameras
Publication C-IE-132 (1986)
Publication C-IE-131C (1987)
Publication C-IE-152J (1990)
EOS 3000 Manual
Publication CT1-1120-000 (1999)
EOS 630 – Part I
Publication CT-II-153F (1989)
Publication CT1-1101-005 (1992)
EOS-3 Instruction Manual
Publication CT1-1114-001 (1998)
Publication C-IE-159 (1991)
Although Canon does not consider the EF-M an EOS camera it does take EF lenses (and I don’t know where else to list this manual!) so I am including it here.
This is the English portion of this booklet. It came with the EOS RT along with the EOS 630 Manual. It only covers features unique to the RT which is a modified 630..
Canon EOS 700 Manual
EOS 1N and 1N RS Manual
Publication CT1-1104-002 (1994)
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