Canon Cameras

Canon produces a series of cameras, including the SLR camera which was originally developed in the 1930s.
It began with its Kwanon prototype in 1933 and became successful because of the swift recovery of war-torn Japan after World War II.

It produced the Canon FL Lens-mount standard for film SLR cameras beginning in 1964. It also produced the Canon FD lens mount standard for its film SLR cameras beginning in 1971.

This was followed by the F series for professional-class photographers. The A series began in 1976. This was followed by the T series in 1983.

All of the cameras produced today use the EOS autofocus system, introduced in 1987 along with the EF lens mount standard. It now produces many more digital cameras than film cameras.

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