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Canon EOS Rebel G Film SLR Camera Kit with 35-80mm Lens
- Enhanced command dial for mode selection , 11 exposure modes
- Canon's exclusive AIM (Advanced Integrated Multipoint) control system
- Kit includes camera and 35-80mm lens detachable Canon EF zoom lens
- Autofocus 35mm Film SLR with full manual options. Two CR123A/DL123A lithium batteries (3v) housed inside the camera grip
- Retractable built-in flash, improved control of red-eye reduction
- Enhanced command dial for mode selection; 11 exposure modes
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|Package Height||5.5 x 10.2 x 10.5 inches|
|Shipping Weight||1.8 pounds|
Features like autoexposure bracketing (in one-half stop increments up to plus-or-minus two stops) and E-TTL autoflash (enables high-speed synch for automatic fill flash), as well as improved control of red-eye reduction, the in-focus beeper, and the autoexposure (AE) lock make the EOS Rebel G more advanced than previous Rebel models.
Top Customer Reviews
The camera has performed admirably over the last several years. Whether used for astral photography or high speed/low light action it does everything that I need it to do and does it well. I've taken pictures that were nothing short of spectacular in many ways.
The Rebel G's fully automatic mode is adequate for good pictures and shooting multiple objects, especially if shooting in a hurry. The portrait and close-up mode both work wonderfully. I've used this camera and the 35-80 mm lens to take pictures of flowers from about 8 inches that came out splendid. I've also taken landscapes from the top of Mount Mitchell and been similarly impressed.
The automatic focus is quick and accurate, with a few exceptions that are easily compensated for by the user. The auto focus is simply not reliable when tracking moving objects and seems to have difficulty with light-colored objects in front of a solid white background. I have not found this to be a concern or challenge in taking good pictures.
In nearly all cases, the automatic exposure has been dead on, with the only exception being extremely low light conditions, which most users aren't likely to be worried about. I've used both print film and slide film (which requires much more accurate exposure) and the auto exposure has been right almost every time. Occasionally, the colors/shadows around a person when taking a slide exposure can fool the auto exposure. Most users won't worry about this because not many people shoot on slide film.Read more ›
I must say I absolutely LOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOVE this camera. It takes absolutely beautiful pictures, is easy to use, and lightweight. I take a lot of pictures and averaged about 20-40 rolls of film a year, until my son was born in June of 2001. Then I averaged about 1-2 rolls of film a WEEK (seriously). My camera continued to take this heavy use (and the batteries lasted a good long time, too) until April of this year (2002).
Then the auto focus feature went out on the body. I had the camera repaired (for [$$]) but it never was the same since. If I knew then what I know now I would have just paid a little more and replace my camera. The first repair fixed the problem but the repair center did something wrong and my camera burnt out within the week. After they basically replaced the insides after that error, the quality of the pictures went down. It is like the flash fires a half a second later and most of my close-ups and the rest of my pictures in general are overexposed. The repair shop insists nothing is wrong with my camera, so there is nothing I can do, but replace it.
I will definitely buy another canon Rebel (probably upgrade from this model). I recommend this camera to anyone and just let them know that after heavy use, and it breaks, it is most likely not worth the money and aggravation to repair it. Just replace (this model price has dropped so much it is a bargain!).
By the way my Dad's camera is still going stong.
Most Recent Customer Reviews
Thank you! The batteries this camera uses are kind of hard to find but thats no biggyPublished 1 month ago by jesska pierson
Well, the camera looks nice but wish it worked! The shutter was broken. Unfortunately, my son needed it early for school but didn't use it until a couple weeks ago. Read morePublished 3 months ago by Mary
I absolutely love this camera. I bought this one because I already had a Canon EOS digital camera and I was hoping that the features would transfer over. Sure enough, they did. Read morePublished 4 months ago by Alexandra
I can say nothing bad about this camera, was so usefull for my photography class, and even after the class i've still been using it! Great deal over all 10/10!Published 5 months ago by danasunshine
For a used camera, it is in good working condition, and will serve it's purpose. I am satisfied with my purchase.Published 6 months ago by Sojo
I love shooting with film. I'm thinking about making my closet a dark room. I love my camera and I'm a huge canon girl. Such a good investmentPublished 7 months ago by Samantha Raelle
I wanted to let you no that the camera works great and I got my first roll film back and the pictures looked great. Read more