Canon EOS 3000N

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The Canon 3000N released in 2002, was one of Canon's last 35mm film consumer SLR bodies for Canon EF autofocus system lenses. In other markets it is also known as the EOS Rebel XS N, EOS Rebel GII as well as the EOS 66. It replaced the Canon EOS 3000 in the line up.

It was quite light and it operated quite quietly. It had a large set of operation modes including fully automatic modes, semi-automatic modes, scene modes and TTL flash modes. It was succeeded by the EOS 3000V, an even lighter camera body.