Canon EOS Kiss
Tested camera in a good, working condition. Only cosmetic defects in forms of light scratches and the flash not closing all the way down (it's a bit loose but works perfectly fine). Batteries sold separately. ( 2CR5 battery ).
The camera dateback requires different kind of battery and wasn't fully tested.
The Canon EOS Kiss is a 35mm camera. It belongs to the group of SLR cameras and was introduced in 1993. At that time it was the lightest SLR on the market. The new price of the camera in Japan at that time was 89,000 yen. It is the predecessor of the Canon EOS New Kiss. Under the name “Canon EOS 500” the 35mm camera was offered in Europe. American buyers bought it as EOS Rebel XS.
The lenses of the Canon EOS Kiss are interchangeable. This is made possible by the EF bayonet. Frequently the 35mm camera is hit with the Canon EF 28-80mm f/3.5-5.6 II USM. The focusing of the lens is done by a built-in autofocus system.
The Canon EOS Kiss has a built-in light meter. It is designed for films in a range from ISO 6 to ISO 6400. The camera reads the ISO value via the DX code on the cartridge. The correct exposure is measured through the lens. The Canon EOS Kiss has different exposure modes.
The camera comes with a bulb mode and fixed shutter speeds from 1/2000 second to 30 seconds. In low light conditions, the built-in flash can be used. The range of the flash is stated as 12 meters. An external flash can be triggered by the built-in hot shoe. The miniature camera has a self-timer. There is also a thread for a tripod.
The dimensions of the Canon EOS Kiss are 14.5 x 9.2 x 6.2 cm according to the operating instructions. It weighs 370 grams. The power supply comes from a 6V 2CR5 battery