An auto-everything camera can be as challenging as an old one-aperture, one-shutter speed camera.
The first roll was in the camera when I bought it and had a few exposures left so I used it as a basic-function test roll. It’s Kodak 400 of unknown vintage. Because I was leery of results, if any, I used drugstore processing for convenience and price.
Photos are chronological but the numbers are reverse-chronological because of the camera’s pre-wind. What would normally be first is last.
Another roll — expired (unknown date) Kodak Max 400 processed and scanned by The Camera Shop of Santa Fe.
I’m not sure who Canon was targeting with this camera or the older no-manual-control FD-lensed T-50. Gadget-freaks with money but no time or desire to learn photography, I suppose. Don’t get me wrong, it’s a nice camera if you want good photos using good glass and a good built-in flash, but it can be pretty limited (and limiting) for things like the moonrise photo. I was at the extreme edge of being able to get the shot at all. A few minutes later, I could get the moon and a black background or let the flash fire and underexpose everything but the immediate foreground.