A good, basic, and compact entry level SLR as you could find. Buy it
1 July 2011
Summary: It's the late 1990's,rather late in the day for film cameras, as we now know, but still time enough for Canon to wring another design out of the bargain basement Rebel series SLR autofocusing cameras.
Summary: The item was discribed as new and didnt list any flaws, but there was a broken rubber viewfinder piece and there is visible dirt when you look through the viewfinder. Otherwise the camera works great and these flaws do not effect the quality of the photos.
Summary: Great camera... takes good pictures and really easy to use... great features.. also light to carry. I got the camera to takes pictues and practice with film before i start photography class at my school.
Summary: What I like about it, it is fast (film advances automatically), lightweight, takes great pictures, the meter is spot on, it loads and rewinds ,automatically it can be set to fully manual for shooting, or one of many automatic settings with some user control, or completely automatic setting also.
Summary: I greatly enjoy this item because it's a step up from an early 80s Pentax camera that had a broken exposure meter which made taking pictures a hassle and this Rebel K2 was easy to figure out with no user guide.
Summary: Pro: Has both Point & Shoot and Manual applications. Handles well. Light weight and compact. The EF lenses actually make the camera with AF function. Con: Limited shutter speed. Lenses have limited f at 1:4 to 5.6. Buy a ND filter and Speedlite attachment to compensate. Program Shift is also useful.
Canon EOS Rebel K2 with 28-90 lens 35mm Film Camera
27 March 2009
Summary: I bought the Canon EOS Rebel K2 35mm Film Camera because I wanted an easy to use 35 mm film camera for hobby and pursuit. I must admit, this camera is in good shape, like it hasn't been touched. Easy to use, lightweight and has good auto/manual zoom lens .
Summary: The Canon K2 is the Last of the Canon Series to Use 35mm Film before going all digital. I have had several and I ran across this one, as the seller stated that the flash was inoperative. I felt I could always get it repaired if that was the case.