Originally Posted by CharlesDAMorgan
Thanks Ko.Fe - that gives another useful tool!
Apart from the top professional ones all the EOS seem to be inexpensive, very similar to the Nikon AF cameras. A good thing, but shows the bias towards manual cameras in todays market.
Few years ago I purchased EOS3 for slightly above 200$, mint.
The only negative part of EOS AF system is batteries. Some of them are not sold in regular stores anymore and they are not cheap.
Great part, EOS AF lenses are not expensive.
Past summer I purchased 22-55 EF for 90CAD. With working Elan IIE attached to it.
Lens works fine even on digital cameras.
But camera batteries are something like 20$ each. And they were only available online.