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Full Technical Specifications of Canon EOS-1N AF-SLR camera
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Type Film-based 35mm vertical traveled focal plane shutter single-lens-reflex (SLR) camera with built-in motor drive. Format 24mm x 36mm Usable lenses Canon EF lenses (for use with full-aperture metering but not stop-down metering.) Standard lens Canon EF 50mm f/1.4 Lens mount Canon EF mount with electrical contacts
Type: TTL-CT-SIR system (TTL cross-type secondary image formation phase difference detection type usable to f/2.8 on the central vertical line) Focusing points: I I + I I (Center: cross, lateral spacing 4.5 & 7.5 [mm]) Selection of focusing points: (1) Manual selection of focusing points The photographer can select one of the five focusing points and lock in the selected point.
(2) Automatic selection of focusing points In one-shot AF mode: The subject information from the five focusing points is used to select the optimum focusing point, and focusing is carried out at that point. Predictive focus and Al servo AF mode: Although the central section is used at the start of focusing, Al servo AF operation continues even if the subject moves aside from the center sensor to a side sensor.
Focusing modes The following 3 modes are selectable
(1) One-shot AF mode. Once focused, AF operation stops -+ AF is locked at that position. Priority is given to the AF system: The shutter can not be released until AF is completed. When using evaluative metering, the AF and AE settings are locked, at the same time. (During partial or spot metering, metering is carried out in real-time until SW-2 ON.). CF-No.7-0: When using a USM lens, manual focusing by use of the electronic ring is possible immediately after completion of auto, focusing operation (after focusing is finished or when focusing is not possible). CF-No. 7-1: Cancels the function of the above 7-0.
(2) Moving object prediction Al servo AF mode The AF system keeps tracking the moving object until exposure is actually made. * The first frame after holding SW-I ON in stand by mode: Priority is given to shutter release and exposure can be made anytime regardless if AF is completed or not. * The first frame after quickly pressing SW-2 ON from SW-1 OFF: Exposure is made after AF control is completed once. The second frame and after during continuous. shooting- The lens is driven (driving time 0 - max. 250ms) in conformity with the necessity for object tracking before releasing the shutter. The in-focus mark does not light when the subject's focused, but blinks at 8Hz when focusing is impossible.
(3) Manual Focusing * AFD lens: Changeover from AF to Manual is made using the switch on the lens. * USM lens: Same as above (when CF-No. 7-1 is selected or automatic changeover (when CF-No.7-0 is selected. * When focusing is completed, the in-focus mark (a green LED) and superimposing lamp light. NO indication is given when the subject is not focused. * Manual focusing using the electronic focusing ring is not possible during continuous shooting.
AF operation CF-No. 4-0: Activated when the shutter button is depressed to the first step.
CF-No. 4-1: Activated when the, AE lock button is pressed ON. (* When CF-No. 4-1 is set, AE lock can be made by SW-1 ON.)
AF operating speed AF Speed is the same as the EOS-1 Indication of AF focusing completion By LCD indication in the viewfinder and by an electronic beeper sound. The beeper sound emitted when focusing is completed can be turned on or off (by the main switch).
CF-No.10-0: With superimposing display.
CF-No.10-1: Without superimposing display.
AF auxiliary light Provided when used together with an EOS flash unit (integrating an AF auxiliary light function). When a flash is used, near-infrared rays (peak wave length: 700nm) are automatically emitted from the flash whenever necessary. 540EZ: Auxiliary light corresponds to all five focusing points Other EOS flash units: Auxiliary light corresponds only to the central focusing point. An AF auxiliary light source is not built into the camera. AF working range EV 0-18 (ISO 100) using Canon's standard test conditions Selection of the AF focusing point CF-No. 11-0: Focusing point select button + main electronic dial.
CF-No. 11-1: Exposure compensation button + main electronic dial.
CF-No. 11-2: Exposure compensation button + main electronic dial. Or by operating the quick control dial (valid during metering, during metering timer operation or during continuous shooting operation only. Automatic selection is not valid.)
Indication of the selected AF focusing point Indication is made by a superimposed display in the viewfinder and by a 7-segment indicator in the external LCD.
Type Eye-level type, single lens reflex viewfinder using a pentaprism. (Fixed pentaprism type with condenser lens.) Focusing screen Interchangeable type. Full-surface laser-matte screen with fine spot metering area mark. ( CII type) Standard equipment. Exchangeable from the mount section. (Interchangeable screens for the EOS-1 can also be installed). Standard diopter -1 dpt, ± 2 dpt. Built-in dioptric adjustment function (eyepoint: 20mm). Rotation angle of the dioptric adjustment knob: 360° Clicks at every 18°. Viewfinder coverage Virtually 100% both horizontally and vertically. (99% 1%) Magnification x 0.72 (-1 dpt, 50mm lens at oo) Viewfinder information (A) Central section of the viewing area
(1) AF frames (displayed by the SI screen, not by the focusing screen).
(2) Fine spot metering area mark (in the central section only)
(B) Bottom of viewfinder with LCD (yellow-green LED backlight) indications of values, patterns and letters.
* Shutter speed (Out-of-coupling-range warning: Blinks at 2 Hz);
* Aperture (Out-of-coupling-range warning: Blinks at 2 Hz)
* CF-No.6-0: Fully digital value indications in 1/3-stop increments.
* CF-No.6-1: Fully digital value indications in one-stop steps.
* CF-No.6-2: Fully digital value indications in 1/2-stop increments.
Depth-of -field AE mode , Focusing point: The central focusing point in case of automatic selection and t ' he manually selected focusing point in case of the manual selection. :- AE lock (During AEB shooting: Blinks at 2Hz) M:- Manual :- Flash charging completed :- Exposure compensation (Also lights. during flash exposure compensation.) (Also lights during flash exposure compensation using the 540EZ or 430EZ.) :- AF focusing completed (when NG: Blinks at 8Hz) Outside the visual field, to the.right LCD (yellow-green LED backlight) indications of scales, dots and symbols. 1/3-stop scale ±3 stops) Dot bars symbols &
AE mode: Exposure compensation amount
AE lock: Real-4ime metering deviations
Manual exposure level
Background exposure values during flash photography. (Results of in-body metering)
-6 Flash exposure (body setting or when setting the 540EZ or 430EZ) Remaining frame display (Digital indication using "" plus figures I - 9.) These indications cannot be canceled With built-in illumination for the LCD information window (Green LED backlight). Mirror Quick-return type. Full-surface half-mirror (Reflection: Transmission = 63:37, EOS-1 series only.) Viewfinder blackout time: 140ms -or less at shutter speeds of 1/60 sec. or faster) Operation:- CF-No. 12-1: Enables mirror-up exposures. SW-2 ON brings up the mirror, then SWA OFF and SW-2 ON release the shutter. The 'mirror up operation timer keeps the mirror up for a maximum of 30 seconds. (After 30 seconds.- the mirror comes down and exposure interrupted) Mirror blockage. Does not occur with lenses up to the 1,200mm f/5-6 Depth-of-field check. Possible (one-touch, activation -of the -dedicated button stops -the lens down to the calculated aperture valve). Eyepiece shutter. Provided. Exclusive eyecup Ec-II with locking feature is provided as standard equipment (removable). An angle finder, magnifier or diopter compensation lens E can be attachable to the eyepiece.
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Metering TTL full-aperture metering using a sixteen-zone SPC and BASIS. Selectable from the following three methods:
(1) CF-No.8-0: Evaluative metering CF-No.8-1: Center-weighted average metering.
(2) Partial metering (Metering range: Central A0, A1, A2 and B5, corresponding to about 9.0% of the viewfinder area).
(3) Fine spot metering (about 2.3% of the viewfinder area). CF-No.13-1: Spot metering linked with the focusing points. (Using A0 - A4, about 3.5% of the viewfinder area. A0 is used in automatic focusing point selection mode.) Note:- The first frame when making continuous exposures:- Real-time metering. The second frame and after:- AE locked exposures same as the first frame.
(1) Evaluative metering: EV 0 - 20 (at normal temperature, 50mm f/1.4 ISO 100)
(2) Partial metering: EV 0 - 26 (same conditions as above).
(3) Fine spot metering: EV 3-20 (same conditions as above).
Out-of-coupling-range warning External and viewfinder internal LCD digital display blinks at 2 Hz.
Auto Exposure Modes Selectable from the following SIX (6) AE modes or for manual exposure control.
(1) Shutter-priority AE (without the safety shift function).
(2) Aperture-priority AE (same as above).
(3) Depth-of-Field AE (shifting not possible: the depth is measured with the central focusing point in automatic focusing point selection mode, and the manually selected focusing point in manual focusing point selection mode).
(4) intelligent ~ program AE- (shifting possible) -
(5) A-TTL program flash AE (3-point flash exposure metering )
(6) TTL program flash AE (3-point flash exposure metering )
(7) Manual (bar dot display, metered manual) CF-No.5-0 Tv set: Electronic dial. AV set: Quick control dial. CF-No.5-1 Tv set: Electronic dial. Av set: Quick control dial Note: -When the E1 Command Back is attached: Since. the quick control dial is not available, its function is substituted by the "exposure compensation button ON + main electronic dial operation".
Bulb CF-No.6-0: The setting pitch of Shutter Priority AE, Aperture Priority AE and Manual is in 1/3stop increments.
CF-No.6-1: The setting pitch of Shutter Priority AE, Aperture Priority AE and Manual is in f-stop increments.
CF-No.6-2: The setting pitch of Shutter Priority AE, Aperture Priority AE and Manual is in 1/2stop increments.
Exposure reading Works when the shutter button is depressed to the first step.
• Before release: The metering timer works for 6 seconds after the finger is removed from the shutter button.
• After release: The metering timer works for 2 seconds after the finger. is removed from the shutter button.
Film~speed range CF-No.3-0: ISO 6 - 6400 ISO 25 - 5000 are for automatically set in 1/3-stop steps according to the DX code. Manual setting can also be made. When NON-DX code film is used, the previously set ISO film speed blinks in the display -+ manual setting is required. CF-No.3-1: Manual setting only (ISO 6 - 6400) Exposure compensation (A) AEB: Auto exposure bracketing
a) Presetting Possible in all exposure modes excluding (3), (~) and (6) of the AE modes listed above in 4-2.
b) Operation Press the battery check button + the film winding mode select button and turn the main electronic dial. CF-No.9-1, -3: Can also be set by holding the AF mode select button + shooting mode select button pressed ON and turning the main electronic dial.
c) Bracketing range CF-No.6-0, -1: 1/3-stop steps ± 3 stops CF-No.6-2: 1/2-stop steps ± 3 stops
d) Number of exposures Three frames are exposed in accordance with the film transport mode as given below:
CF-No.9.-0, -1: 3 frames in the order of - - 0 - +
CF-No.9-2, -3: 3 frames in the order of 0 - - - +
e) The affected camera setting(s) for the various shooting modes are as follows:
Exposure control modes
Manual exposure CF-No.5-0
) Cancellation CF-No.9-0, -2: CLEAR, flash charge completion, bulb, main switch "L", lens exchange, film loading, AL or REW. CF-No.9-1, -3: AEB operation is canceled when one of the following occurs: CLEAR, flash charge completion and bulb.
fB) Manual setting
1) Range and precision
CF-No.6-0, -1: 1/3-stop steps ± 3 stops
CF-No. 6-2: 1/2-stop steps ± 3 stops
CF-No.11-0: Quick control dial, exposure compensation button + main electronic dial.
CF-No.11-1: Quick control dial, focusing point select button + main electronic dial.
CF-No. 11-2: Focusing point select button + main electronic dial
(3) Combinations of the above (1) and (2) are also valid.
AE (Auto Exposure) lock (1) Auto AE lock The AE reading is locked at the instant focusing is completed in one-shot AF mode when using evaluative metering.
(2) Manual AE lock CF-No.4-0: Effective in any metering mode by pressing the AE lock button.; CF-No.4-1: Effective in any metering mode by pressing SW-1 ON. When the metering timer is working, AE lock is maintained and can be renewed by pressing the shutter button again.
To cancel, wait for the metering timer to go OFF, turn the main SW to "L", or press one of the respective mode buttons, BC, CLEAR, REW or CF button. The AE lock button does not function while an EZ series flash is being used after charging is completed.
Multiple exposures Possible. Automatic returning continuous multiple exposures are possible. (Film drift: 0. 1 mm. or less) Designation of the nuffiber of multiple exposures is also possible (up to 9 exposures, maxi). (Intermediate cancellation or resetting is also possible.)
Type Focal plane type, all speeds electronically controlled, using vertical-travel carbon blades. Electromagnetic- control independently releases the first curtain and second curtain, respectively. (Curtain speed 2.7 ms/24mm) Shutter speed range 1/8000 sec. ~ 30 sec. 1/3-stop digital indications on the LCD; X = 1/250 sec.
In shutter-priority AE and manual exposure modes.
CF-No.6-0: 1/3-stop settings possible.
CF-No.6-1: 1-stop settings possible.
CF-No. 6-2: 1/2-stop settings possible.
Elapsed time indication is provided in bulb mode. (Advances 3 bar marks every 30 seconds, indicates up to 120 seconds.)
Shutter release system Soft touch electromagnetic release system (without cable release socket) Release time lag (1) Time required from SW-2 ON until start of exposure, after holding SW-1 ON -64ms
(2) Time required from simultaneous pressing of SW-1 and SW-2 until start of exposure -200ms
Self-timer Electronically controlled, timing selectable between 10 sec. and 2 sec. Camera-shake warning The self-timer starts when AF operation is finished in any AF mode (the AE reading is locked at this time) and, also, when the shutter button is pressed to the second step. ("AND" activation) (The timer will not start even if the shutter button is pressed until the AF operation is finished.) The self-timer operation is indicated by an LED (Initial 8 sec.: 2Hz, final 2 seconds: 8Hz flashing) and the external LCD counts down the seconds with a digital display. To cancel the timer after activation, set the main switch to the "L" position and timer operation will be interrupted.
Film loading Automatic loading using a sprocket and toothed spool. Blank film advance starts automatically when the back cover is closed after loading the film roll (only the film advance mechanism operates) and winds the film until the film counter reaches 'T' (time required: 3 sec.) before stopping automatically. * AL is not possible when the main SW is at "L". Winding system (1) EOS-1N alone: Continuous exposure (C) mode or single exposure (S) mode.
(2) EOS-1N + type AA BP-1: Continuous exposure (C) mode or single exposure (S) mode.
(3) EOS 880 + PDB-E1 High-speed continuous exposure (CH) mode, low-speed continuous exposure (CL) mode or single exposure (S) mode.
Start of film winding Film winding starts when the exposure completion signal is detected. Film winding check By bar mark floating (--->>>) on the LCD display panel. Winding speed
(1) Continuous exposure: As shown in the table below, using a Tv of 1/250 sec or faster.
One-shot/Manual AI servo AF Remarks
Approx. 6 Approx. 5 EOS-1N + PDB-E1 Power source: LR6 x 8
EOS-1N + PDB-E1 Power source: FR6 x 8
Approx. 3 Approx. 2.5
Approx. 3 Approx. 2 EOS-1N alone Power source: 2CR5 x 1
EOS-1N + AA-size BP-E1 Power source: LR6 x 4
(2) Single exposure: Single frame advance at speed equivalent to C -mode when EOS-1N is -used alone, or CH mode when used with the PDB-E1
Number of 24 exp. x 36 exp. film rolls
EOS-1N + Type AA BP
EOS-1N + PDB-E1
2CR5 x 1
2CR5 x 1
LR6 x 4
LR6 x 8
Film rewinding system Automatic rewinding by means of a coreless miniature motor. Start of rewinding (1) Automatic CF-No. 14, -2: Auto-Rewind starts under the following conditions (-0 high speed and -2 silent)
a) When the DX designated number of exposures are completed.
b) When the film end is sensed (by tension). CF-No.1-1, -3: Automatic rewinding starts when the film rewind button is pressed after the film roll is completed. (-1 high speed and -3 silent)
(2) Mid-roll rewind Mid-roll rewinding is possible at all times by pressing the film rewind button.
Rewinding confirmation By bar mark floating and countdown of the frame counter display. Rewinding time (Sec.) Time required for rewinding a 24exp/(36exp.) roll, using new batteries and under normal temperature
EOS-1N + Type AA BP
EOS-1N + PDB-E1
2CR5 x 1
2CR5 x 1
LR6 x 4
LR6 x 8
Rewind completion CF-No.2-0: Stops automatically after the film leader is wound completely into the cartridge.
CF-No.2-1: Stops automatically leaving just the film leader section protruding from the cartridge.
Under CF-No.2-1, when the shutter is released with the back cover open, the shutter is activated at Tv=1/8000 regardless of the condition. (For protection of the shutter mechanism.)
Rewinding completion indication Cartridge symbol blinks at 2Hz in LCD panel. Film existence check (1) Always indicated by a film cartridge symbol on the LCD display panel.
(2) By visual check using the back cover's film check window.
Frame counter (1) Forward sequence (reverse sequence during rewinding) digital indication by the electronic counter on the LCD panel. (2) Countdown film remainder indication via 7-segment LCD numbers (I digit) in the viewfinder. 36 - 10: F 9 -1: Digital indication as is. (The display disappears during rewinding) Film rewinding sound 48dB at 15 cm behind the camera.
Back cover Can be opened or removed by operation of the back cover open latch (with safety lock mechanism). Provided with a film existence check window (without a memo-holder). Flash contacts (1) At the accessory shoe: X - Direct connection contacts
(2) At the lower section of the right side of the camera body: JIS type-B socket (with lock screw and shock prevention function provided on the accessory shoe side). Simultaneous use of (1) and (2) contacts for simultaneous flash firing is also possible.
Accessory shoe Provided. Equipped with a lock pin hole to secure the flash unit. Automatic flash Using EOS type EZ series flash units with the camera set to program AE mode.
(1) A-TTL flash exposure The shutter speed is automatically set to a synchronizing speed (1/250 - 1/60 sec.) when charging is complete and the optimum flash aperture value is automatically set in compliance with the shooting determined by pre-emission of near infrared light and the subject conditions (brightness) by the A-TTL
Flash exposure compensation (1) Number of stops CF-No.6-0, -1: 1/3-stop steps ± 3 stops. CF-No.6-2: 1/2-stop steps 3 stops
(2) Operation Metering mode button + quick control dial or Metering mode button + focusing point select button + main electronic dial.
Custom functions 14 custom functions available. (M Refer to Custom Function/Settings section for a list of these functions).
Preset CF-No. is displayed on the external LCD panel (exposure bar indicator).
Clear button (1) When this button is pressed under normal state, respective items -are simultaneously reset to the following status.
Reset status 1. Shooting mode
Program AE 2. AF mode
One-shot AF 3. Metering mode
Evaluative metering 4. Film rewinding mode
S (single exposure) 5. Preset multiple exposures,
Total cancellation / initial status 6. Exposure compensation
7. AE lock
However, when using partial metering, fine spot metering or spot metering, under the CF-No.8-1 (whereby the evaluative metering mode is changed to center-weighted average metering mode), the metering mode is not changed even if the clear button is pressed ON.
(2) When the clear button is pressed in the custom function setting state, all the custom functions are automatically reset to their home positions (-0).
Power source (1) One 2CR5 lithium battery: 6V Housed inside the grip.
(2) When attaching the PDB-El, remove the grip from the body and supply power to the camera body from the PDB-El power source (LR6 x 8: 12V).
(3) When the type AA battery pack BP-E1 is attached, either of the 2CR5 lithium battery at 6V inside the grip or the LR6 x 4 at 6V in the battery magazine can be used to supply power to the camera body.
Main switch Turns the camera OFF when set to the "L" position. Battery check 3-step bar mark display (4-step display including OFF indication) is made on the LCD panel when the BC button is pressed. External display Large-sized LCD panel. Built-in full-surface uniform illumination (EQ function. Tripod socket CU-1/4 Remote control Possible. A three-pin remote control socket is provided in the lower section of the left side of the body Grip exchange Possible. (When replacing the battery or when attaching the PDB-E1 or type AA BP-E1) Body material Diecast aluminum (body aperture section) and glass-fiber reinforced poly-carbonate resin. External color finish: Black Dimensions 161(W) x 112.1(H) x 71.8(D) mm / 6-5/16(W) x 4-7/16(H) x 2-13/16(D) in. (body thickness: 55.8 mm 2-3/16 in.) Weight 855 grammes / 29.925 oz (excluding lithium battery. + 40 g/ 1.4 oz including the battery.)
Battery pack BP-E1 (also usable with the EOS-1).
540EZ (clip-on type system flash usable with an e external power supply).
Wireless controller LC-3 (three terminal remote controller for EOS series cameras).
Eyecup Ec-II (standard equipment with the EOS-1N/EOSEOS-1N RS and also attachable to the EOS-1).
Focusing screen Ec-ll (standard equipment with the EOS-1N/EOS EOS-1N RS).
Semi-hard case (Two types -L and LL- are available. Also usable with the EOS-1.)
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