Canon EOS 1 Specifications

 

Front view of the Canon EOS 1

Photo © 2009 by Gregor Pabst

ISO Film Speeds (Auto):
25 - 5000

ISO Film Speeds (Manual):
6 - 6400

Shutter Speeds:
1/8000s - 30s

Bulb Mode:
supported

Max. Shutter Frequency:
2.5 fps

Shutter Release Time Lag:
55ms (according to Stepping Stone, LCC)

Mirror Lockup:
not supported

Exposure Compensation:
±3

Auto Exposure Bracketing:
supported

Viewfinder Coverage:
100%

Viewfinder Magnification:
0.72x

Focus Screens:
Type EC (choice of 9 available, EC-C being the default), Brightscreens® available as well

AF Points:
1 (with View Finder Indicator)

AF Operating Range:
1 EV - 18 EV

AF Aperture Limit (Linear Type Sensors):
F5.6

AF Aperture Limit (Center Cross Type Sensors):
 

AF Aperture Limit (Peripheral Cross Type Sensors):
F2.8

Aux Light:
not available

Flash Metering:
A-TTL

X-Sync:
1/250s

Max. Trigger Circuit Voltage:
250V

Second Curtain Sync:
not supported

High Speed Sync:
not supported

Flash Exposure Compensation:
not supported

Pop-Up Flash:
not available

Body Size:
161mm x 107mm x 72mm

Body Weight:
890g

Battery Required:
1x 2CR5

Battery Grip (optional):
BP-E1

Power Drive Booster (optional):
PB-E1/PB-E2 (allows for 5.5 fps)

Produced:
1989

Tests:
 

 

Additional Information:
The Canon EOS 1 features dust and moisture sealings and comes equipped with a Quick Control Dial.
An EOS-1 HS was released on japanese markets only (equipped with PB-E1 (not built-in?)).
As an interesting aftermarket gimmick an NPC Proback by Forscher to use the camera with Polaroids was available, too.


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