Canon's EOS range are among the best selling autofocus SLR cameras, and the EOS 3000N is one of the modern, compact 35mm film models. It's compatible with the vast range of Canon EF and independent EOS-fit lenses (click the buying options button to see what lens is included here, if any).
Exposure modes include variable program, shutter priority, aperture priority, metered manual, fully auto and four subject-based modes; portraits, landscapes, close ups, sports and night shots, plus Canon's auto depth of field mode. Metering modes include evaluative, and partial with exposure lock. Exposure compensation is available, with auto bracketing option. Shutter speeds and aperture settings, plus an exposure bar graph are displayed in the viewfinder, and there's a second LCD on the top plate. The camera has a full range of shutter speeds from 30 seconds to 1/2000th in half stops, with flash synchronization up to 1/90th, plus B for time exposures. The built in motor loads the film automatically, winds on, and winds off the film at the end.
The autofocus system has three AF sensors (selected automatically or manually), and an auxiliary lamp illuminates the subject for focusing in very low light. The built in flash has a redeye reduction option, and a standard Canon hot shoe allows external TTL dedicated flashguns to be used (not included). Other advanced features include multiple exposures, ISO film speed override, cancellable audio warnings, self timer and mid-roll rewind, plus a 2.5mm socket for an electrical remote control (not supplied). The 3000N is very stylish, with a "champagne silver" and black finish.