The Canon EOS-1v with EF 50 mm f/1.8 II lens
|Lens mount||Canon EF lens mount|
|Focus||TTL Phase Detection Autofocus (45 zone)|
|Exposure||TTL max. aperture metering with 21-zone
Centre spot metering
Focusing point-linked spot metering
|Frame rate||3 frame/s, 10 frame/s with PB-E2|
|Dimensions||161 x 120.8 x 70.8 mm, 945g|
The Canon EOS-1v is a 35mm single-lens reflex camera from Canon's EOS series, released in 2000. The body design formed the basis for Canon's subsequent Canon EOS-1D and EOS-1Ds families of digital SLRs. As of 2012, the 1v is the current model of Canon professional film cameras.
Canon used the suffix 'v' because the camera introduced the fifth generation of Canon professional SLRs, after the Canon F-1 and New F-1, the Canon T90, and earlier EOS 1 models; Canon also stated that the 'v' stands for "vision".
The 1v is Canon's last film-based camera still in production (as of early 2012).  As of January 2013, the EOS 1V is not listed on the Canon USA website as a currently available product. However, it is still available as a new, USA warranted product from major photographic equipment retailers. The EOS 3 and the Rebel were phased out earlier in 2008. The EOS 1v was the fastest moving-mirror film camera ever put into production at the time it was introduced, at 10 frames/second with the PB-E2 power drive booster and the NP-E2 Ni-MH battery pack. (Although the 1nRS has a higher frame rate, it used a fixed pellicle mirror rather than a moving mirror). This feat has since been overtaken by the Canon EOS-1D X with 14fps.
- Reichmann, Michael. "Canon EOS-1v". The Luminous Landscape. Retrieved 2008-02-20.
- Editors (June 2000). "Canon EOS-1v: The Best EOS Ever". Petersen's Photographic: p. 38.
Media related to Canon EOS-1V at Wikimedia Commons
- Canon Inc. "EOS-1v". Canon Camera Museum. Retrieved 2008-02-20.
- Canon USA. "Canon EOS-1v 35 mm SLR". Retrieved 2008-02-20.
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