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Canon Ends Sales Of Last Film Camera

Canon has ended the sales of its last remaining film camera, the EOS-1V.

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Canon has decided to end sales of its last remaining film camera, the EOS-1V.

Production of the EOS-1V ceased in 2010, however up until now the remaining units had still been for sale. The news marks the end of 82 years in the film camera industry for Canon, however, of course, the name still lives on in their EOS digital cameras. 

Canon have said that they will continue to repair EOS 1V models until 31 October 2025. 

Don't worry, though - if you still want to get your hands on the camera, there will more than likely be models available second-hand. Nikon still sells a film camera as well - the F6

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12 Jun 2018 2:56PM
Yet again you fail to fact-check your articles before publishing. Nikon stopped selling the FM10 three years ago.
emmaK22 Plus
10 166 United Kingdom
13 Jun 2018 8:14AM
Thanks for the information Rodney - I have updated the article.

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