Canon Celebrates Production Of 100 Million EOS-Series Interchangeable-Lens Cameras

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MELVILLE, NY, October 9, 2019 – Canon U.S.A., Inc., a leader in digital imaging solutions, today announced that its parent company, Canon Inc., celebrated a camera-manufacturing milestone – the production of the Company’s EOS-series silver halide (film) cameras combined with the digital interchangeable-lens cameras surpassing 100 million units* as of September 20, 2019. An EOS R mirrorless camera (released in October 2018) was the 100 millionth EOS-series camera produced, which is a true testament to Canon’s continued dedication to innovation and evolution of the EOS series with its first full-frame mirrorless camera.




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Adelino

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That is a LOT of cameras. I'd be interested to know the number of EOS series lenses in the various mounts.
Isn't the total number of lenses 300 million? They reached that milestone a year or two or three or maybe a different number amount a while ago maybe not sure :)
 
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mpb001

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I wonder if they will sell 100 million RF series lenses? I might not be around to find out...
 
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SteveC

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It looks like there is 1-stop difference between them :D

Half a stop, actually---since f/ numbers are the square root of the area which is what matters. (f/1.0 -> f/1.4 = doubling the area, one stop)

Seriously, I hope the purchaser of that 100 millionth camera got a nice piece of swag for it.
 

tron

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Half a stop, actually---since f/ numbers are the square root of the area which is what matters. (f/1.0 -> f/1.4 = doubling the area, one stop)

Seriously, I hope the purchaser of that 100 millionth camera got a nice piece of swag for it.
OK I was thinking in terms of f/stops but yes I get it :)
 
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