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    Quote Originally Posted by Ko.Fe. View Post
    What was the black model without flash on top of VF module?
    I think that's the Rebel X.

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    AFAIK the 3000 series were the smallest, lightest EOS rebels, and the perfect accompaniment to the 40mm pancake. That's the combination I use.

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    I have a couple of Rebel 2000 bodies - they aren't a lot smaller than the 7, but they are incredibly light!

    Even with the accessory battery pack, they are light.

    One interesting function that you may or may not like - they advance the film right to the end when you load it, and then rewind the film into the cassette one shot at a time.
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    Quote Originally Posted by MattKing View Post
    One interesting function that you may or may not like - they advance the film right to the end when you load it, and then rewind the film into the cassette one shot at a time.
    And a very good feature that is. My wife had the camera hanging over her shoulder and at some point noticed the back was open, probably after someone bumped the camera. One shot lost, the rest were good. Of course you could argue that the latch on these cheap cameras is not the sturdiest but hey...
    Hasselblad, Mamiya RB, Nikonos, Canon EOS

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