By the way, we are finally decided [sic] to end sales for the film single lens reflex camera "EOS-1v". They will accept most film camera repairs until October 2025. Before the digital revolution, it was the camera of choice for many top photojournalists and sports shooters, and it still holds its own even today.
"Thank you very much for your continued patronage of Canon products", reads the announcement through Google Translate, "By the way, we are finally chose to end sales for the film single lens reflex camera EOS - 1v ..." It kept the camera alive for all of those years for professional film photographers. After it became a big hit, Canon produced other film cameras, such as the Hansa, the Canon 7, the Canon Pellix, and the Canon F1. As PetaPixel highlights, the "V" in the model name is in reference to it being Canon's 5 generation professional SLR camera (the "V" also apparently stands for "Vision").
Canon recently announced that it was ending the sale of the EOS-1V, the last 35mm SLR camera in its lineup.
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For the next eight decades, Canon dominated much of the film SLR market along with Nikon, before producing their first digital cameras in the 1980s. Canon EOS-1V sales are now being laid to rest and with that brings the end of an era. After October 31, 2020, however, Canon may refuse repairs if it no longer has the necessary parts in stock to fix the cameras.
The Japanese company was founded in 1937 and built its first digital camera in 1984-the RC-701.