Introduction to the Canon EOS Rebel 2000, Video 2 of 2

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As the millennium dawned, Canon released the EOS Rebel 2000, the last and most refined entry-level film SLR in their EOS lineup. No film camera replaced the EOS 2000. And, though sad, the entry-level Canon line ended on a very strong note. The EOS 2000 represented a light, user-friendly camera with entry-level and many advanced-use features that allowed new SLR users to adapt and grow into their cameras.

This video looks at how to use the camera. Much of this video focuses on the command wheel and function menu and explaining what each item is and how it works.

Link to Video 1 of 2:

Video Index:
Skip the Intro: 0:07
Mounting and Unmounting Lenses: 0:26
Loading and Unloading Film: 1:07
Film vs. Digital: 3:51
Changing Batteries: 4:26
The Flash Hot Shoe: 5:23
Command Wheel -- PIC Modes: 5:53
Command Wheel -- P, Tv, Av, M, and A-Dep Modes: 11:52
LCD Panel: Layout: 18:17
LCD Panel: Function Menu: 21:21
What is Exposure Bracketing and How to Use it: 22:38
Using AF Point Selection: 25:35
AE Lock (Asterisk Button) and Metering Tricks: 27:30
Aperture Value Lock (AV +-) Button: 26:00
Photos taken with my Canon EOS 2000 Bodies: 31:51


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