Discussion in 'Canon Film SLRs' started by Vasile Guta-Ciucur, May 5, 2017.
For me, that is the Canon EOS 50e and it is how I would like Canon EOS 6D Mark II to be:
I also own a Canon EOS Elan II & EOS Elan IIe SLRs. The black and silver theme does look nice. From a functional standpoint, the large dial on the back was an excellent feature, although I didn't think the "focus modes" knob on the top near the LCD display was the best use of that kind of knob.
How about EOS IXe: https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Canon_EOS_IX#/media/File:Canon_EOS_IX_E_Austin_Calhoon_Photograph.jpg
From the photo you linked, I like the lens very much, the alternation between white and black rings, the red and black markings and the great colors on the lens surface. But I don't like the mirror chamber, is like a lens adapter. More, the black band where the shutter is, makes me think of a Canon point and shoot camera.
I agree! That's actually my photograph of my camera you have picked up off the web - I'm pleased someone likes it.
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