Canon discontinued the company’s last film camera, the Canon EOS-1V

Canon EOS-1V

Canon EOS-1V at a glance:

  • Canon’s Last 35mm Flagship
  • Magnesium Alloy Body
  • Extensive Rubber Sealing
  • 150,000-Cycle Shutter
  • 45-Point Autofocus System
  • 7 Cross-Type AF Sensor Points
  • 10 FPS in One Shot AF w/ PB-E2
  • 100% Viewfinder w/ Glass Pentaprism
  • PC Link for Data Transfer/Remote Cntrl
  • Made in Japan

Canon officially discontinued the Canon EOS-1V, the company’s last film camera.

The Canon EOS-1V, introduced in 2000, ends Canon’s 80 years lasting film camera business. The EOS-1V was the last professional film camera, and repair service will be available until October 31, 2025.

As Sankei reports, the production of the Canon EOS-1V stopped in 2010. Since then, Canon was selling the EOS-1V out of their inventory.

The EOS-1V is listed as no longer available at specialised retailers as B&H Photo and Adorama. but still can be found on eBay.

Nikon is now the last big player with professional film cameras on offer, the Nikon F6 and Nikon FM10

[via Digicame Info]