Canon EOS 30V / ELAN 7NE Review & Sample Photos


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In this video, I review the Canon EOS 30V, a very fast and advanced analog SLR that was released in April 2004. It supports all functionalities of modern Canon EF mount lenses, reliably shoots 4 frames per second, and features an accurate metering system thanks to 35 metering zones. In order to test this camera properly, I took it out on a fashion blogger shoot together with my girlfriend.
Find out about my thoughts in this video. And by the way, if you're a digital Canon shooter thinking about getting into analog photography, you should definitely take a closer look at this camera.

Please note: In the United States, this camera is know as Canon EOS ELAN 7NE. In the Asia-Pacific market as Canon EOS 7s.

Equipment used:
Canon EOS 30V
24-70mm Canon L lens
85mm Sigma art lens

Films used:
Kodak Portra 400 rated at ISO 200
Ilford FP4 rated at ISO 100

Dev & Scan:


Model: (Katharina Hirsch)

Jules Bobach

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