The EOS 10s was released in 1991 and discontinued in 1994. It was the 2nd best camera Canon made at the time so I guess it's the 5D MkIII of its day. This came in a group of cameras I obtained from a nice couple re-locating to Florida. The roll of Kodak Gold 200 in it was only half shot up so I finished it off. The coloring was way off for indoor shots, which I'm not sure if it was just the age of the film, or 200 speed film is just no good for indoor shots, but the images weren't very impressive. The outdoor shots were alright though and the 35-135mm f/4 USM lens that came with it is no slouch. It might be interesting to try more shots with modern lenses, which is entirely possible since it uses the same EOS mount as our modern DSLRs.