This camera represents nearly the pinnacle of "enthusiast" level film cameras for Canon. Produced between 1995 and 2000 it's jam packed with features and has great ergonomics. It only has 3 focus points, but you can select which one to use just by looking in the right direction. The camera actually looks at your eyeball to see where you're looking! Creepy.
This was Nikon's first auto focus camera and all it all, it's a great little package. Great features and good ergonomics. The only thing I didn't like was the on/off switch is a bit fiddly for big hands. But, even loaded up with old film we got some interesting shots out of it!
So this little gem is not much to look at, and it doesn't give you any options for creativity with exposure, but it's a reliable little machine that consistently took well exposed, in-focus pictures. I guess you can't ask for much more in a portable 35mm camera!