Canon’s first professional digicam, the Canon EOS-1D, turns 20


On 24 September 2001, Canon introduced the Canon EOS-1D. It was the primary “all-canon” DSLR to be marketed particularly to skilled photographers.

What was meant by “all-Canon”? Beforehand, Canon DSLRs had been produced along side Kodak – leading to cameras such because the Canon EOS D2000, which had been basically Kodak digital cameras housed within the physique of Canon movie SLRs. The digicam’s interiors had been what the agency had outdone itself final 12 months with the introduction of the Canon EOS D30, which was largely properly obtained, however not an expert one with an APS-C sensor. Was an enthusiastic digicam.


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