canon film question

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    whats the difference between a canon n1 hs and a canon n1 rs? i found a n1 hs with a grip for 200 bucks, i think im going to pick it up.
     
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    sweet, now i gotta decide if i really want this, seems like a good deal, not sure how used it is.
     
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    so i picked this baby up, wow its a tank. lots of cool features i cant wait to try this, i just need to buy a lens now.

    when i buy film, say i buy iso400, would i need to set my camera iso to 400 also? what would happen if i didnt?
     
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    All EOS cameras have auto film DX encoding, in other words, the camera reads a pattern on the film canister and sets the ISO automatically. On the 1n, the ISO value can be overridden if desired. But I would recommend you just go with the ISO the camera sets. That should suffice in almost all situations.
     
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    I remember when that RS came out - man, I wanted that so bad. They are a lot more affordable now than they were then, but I've moved up in format a few steps. Still, those are nice cameras...

    - Randy
     
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    anyone know the msrp on the canon 1n-hs with the pb-e1 grip?
     

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