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The Canon EOS 100 was a 35mm auto focus SLR camera introduced by Canon in 1991. It was marketed as the EOS Elan in North America. It was the second camera in the EOS range to be targeted at advanced amateur photographers, replacing the EOS 650.
Its headline features were near-silent film winding, input of EOS barcode programs, integral auto-zoom flash, twin input dials, an autofocus auxiliary light for low-contrast subjects and five fully automatic modes.
Type: 35mm focal plane shutter SLR (single-lens reflex) camera with autofocus, auto exposure, built-in flash/motor drive and a thumb wheel control.
Lens Mount: Canon EF mount (electronic signal transfer system)
Usable Lenses: Canon EF lenses
Viewfinder: Fixed eye-level pentaprism. Gives 90% vertical and horizontal coverage of actual picture area and 0.75 x magnification with 50mm lens at infinity.
Dioptric Adjustment: Built-in eyepiece is adjusted to - 1 diopter (eyepoint: 20mm).
Focusing Screen: Fixed, overall matte screen with AF frame and partial metering mark
Shutter: Vertical-travel, focal plane shutter with all speeds electronically controlled.
Shutter Speed: 1/4000 - 30 sec. and bulb, X-sync is 1/125 sec. Set in 1/2-stop increments
1. Program AE
2. Shutter-priority AE
3. Aperture-priority AE
4. Depth-of-field AE
5. Full Auto
6. Bar-code program mode
7. Programmed Image Control (Portrait, Landscape, Close-up, Sports)
8. Flash AE (A-TTL or TTL program flash AE with built-in flash or dedicated speedlite)
9. Manual Exposure.