10-16-2019 12:39 PM
So I ended up finding a Canon Camera in the backseat of my car. Tried to find out who it was, contacted all my friends and posted it on Facebook, and no one claimed it. So I decided to give it to my roommate as she always wanted to get into photography.
It has no SD card or battery in it, and I have no idea how to find a replacement battery for it. The strap says EOS on it, and I looked up some of the numbers on the camera and it seemed like it was an EOS Rebel. I bought a battery on Amazon and it was too big for the battery slot. I see the serial number on it, but that's it.
10-30-2019 10:33 AM
Can you post a photo? All Rebels I have ever seen say "Rebel" on the front someplace. Non-USA Rebel do not have Rebel on them. Maybe it is a non-USA model. If there isn't any markings on it, then someone did a lot of work to completely remove all traces.
10-30-2019 11:47 AM
Rebel body cameras have the model in the area outlined in red.
North American models are called Rebels, usually followed by a number and sometimes also a letter, like T6s or T7. Rest of world outside of Japan use the XXXD format. Japanese models are called Kiss.