Canon announced Wednesday it would end sales of its EOS-1v, the last remaining model of film camera that the company has sold in Japan. The companyâ€™s film cameras, which symbolize Canonâ€™s old-time roots, will come to the end of their 80-year history.
As the sales of film cameras have been on a decline due to the spread of digital cameras, the company stopped the production of the EOS-1v in 2010 and currently is shipping its remaining stock.
Steve Derit wrote: ....Film is still loved by many serious photographers, and has seen a resurgence of late with Kodak's (still pending) Super 8 hybrid camera, and numerous instant cameras from Fujifilm, Leica and others. Luckily, if you still want a 35mm SLR film camera, Nikon still sells the FM10 for $570 and the F6 for $2,700.
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