List of Canon products

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The following provides a partial list of products manufactured under the Canon brand.

Other products manufactured and/or service-rendered under the Canon brand may not appear here. Such products may include office or industrial application devices, wireless LAN products, and semiconductor and precision products.

Contents

8 mm and Super 8 mm film Projectors[edit]

Regular 8 mm projectors[edit]

Dual 8 mm (Super 8 mm and Regular 8 mm) projectors[edit]

Super 8 mm projectors[edit]

  • Cine Projector PS-1000 (1977)
  • Cine Projector P-777 (1977)

Cameras[edit]

SLR cameras[edit]

Canon began to develop and subsequently to produce film SLR cameras with its presentation of the Kwanon prototype in 1933.

Canon partnered with US manufacturer Bell & Howell between 1961–1976 and a few Canon products were sold in the USA under the Bell & Howell brand e.g. Canon 7 Rangefinder, Canon EX-EE, and the Canon TX.

In 1987, Canon introduced the EOS Single-lens reflex camera system along with the EF lens-mount standard to replace the 16-year-old FD lens-mount standard; EOS became the sole SLR camera-system used by Canon today. Canon also used EOS for its digital SLR cameras.

(See also:Template:Table of Canon SLR)

FL-mount SLR[edit]

Canon developed and produced the Canon FL lens-mount standard for film SLR cameras from 1964 to replace the Canon R lens-mount standard. The FD lens mount standard replaced FL-mounts in 1971.

FD-mount SLR[edit]

Canon developed and produced the Canon FD lens mount standard for film SLR cameras from 1971 to replace the FL lens mount standard. The FD mount had two variants – original lenses used a breechlock collar to mount whilst later versions used a standard bayonet twist lock with a short twist action. The EF lens mount standard superseded FD-mounts in 1987. Canon ceased to produce FD-mount cameras in 1994.

F series[edit]
A series[edit]
T series[edit]

EOS[edit]

All film and digital SLR cameras produced by Canon today use the EOS autofocus system. Canon introduced this system in 1987 along with the EF lens mount standard. The last non-EOS based SLR camera produced by Canon, the Canon T90 of 1986, is widely regarded as the template for the EOS line of camera bodies, although the T90 employed the older FD lens-mount standard.

For a detailed list of EOS Film and digital SLR cameras, see Canon EOS.

Digital SLR cameras[edit]

See Canon EOS

35 mm compact cameras[edit]

35 mm compact half-format cameras[edit]

  • Canon Dial 35 (18×24 mm, clockwork winder)
  • Canon Dial 35-2

35 mm rangefinder cameras[edit]

  • Canon II (1949)
  • Canon VT (1956)
  • Canon P (1959)
  • Canonet (1961)
  • Canon 7 (1961)
  • Canonet S (1964)
  • Canonet QL17, QL19, QL19E and QL25 (all 1965)
  • Canonet 28 (1968)
  • Canonet QL17 new (1969) and QL17-L new (1970)
  • Canonet 28 new (1971), QL19 new (1971)
  • Canonet G-III QL17 (1972), G-III 19 (1972)

Regular 8 mm cameras[edit]

  • Cine 8-S (1956), not sold to the public[1]
  • Cine 8-T (1956)
  • Reflex Zoom 8 (1959)
  • Reflex Zoom 8-2 (1961)
  • Reflex Zoom 8-3 (1962)
  • Motor Zoom 8 EEE (1962)
  • Cine Canonet 8 (1963)
  • Cine Zoom 512 (1964)

Single 8 mm cameras[edit]

  • Single 8 518 (1965)
  • Single 8 518 SV (1970)

Super 8 mm cameras[edit]

  • 1014 XL-S Canosound
  • 814 XL-S Canosound
  • Autozoom 1218 Super 8 (1968)
  • Zoom 250 Super 8 (1969)
  • Autozoom 1014 Electronic (1973)
  • 310 XL (1975)
  • 312 XL-S (1977)
  • AF 310 XL (1982)
  • AF 310 XL-S (1982)
  • Zoom 318 Super 8 (1965)
  • Autozoom 318M (1972)
  • Zoom 318 Super 8 MB
  • Autozoom 512 XL Electronic (1975)
  • Autozoom 514 XL Electronic
  • 514 XL-S (1976)
  • AF 514 XL-S (1980)
  • Autozoom 518 SV (1971)
  • Autozoom 518 Super 8 (1967)
  • Zoom 518 Super 8 (1964)
  • Autozoom 814 Super 8 (1967)
  • Autozoom 814 Electronic (1972)
  • 814 XL Electronic (1977)
  • Zoom DS8 (1970)

16mm cameras[edit]

  • Scoopic 16 (1965)
  • Scoopic 16M (1973)
  • Scoopic 16MN (1974)
  • Scoopic 16MS (1977)
  • Sound Scoopic 100 (1970)
  • Sound Scoopic 200 (1970)
  • Sound Scoopic 200S (1972)
  • Sound Scoopic 200SE (1972)
  • Sound Scoopic 200 S10 (1972)
  • Systema Sound 16 (1979)

Digital compact cameras[edit]

IXUS/IXY/PowerShot ELPH series[edit]

  • Sold as PowerShot Digital ELPH in US and Canada
  • Sold as IXY Digital in Japan
  • Sold as Digital IXUS in Europe and Southeast Asia

US names listed

  • Canon PowerShot S100
  • Canon PowerShot S110
  • Canon PowerShot S200
  • Canon PowerShot S230
  • Canon PowerShot S300
  • Canon PowerShot S330
  • Canon PowerShot S400
  • Canon PowerShot S410
  • Canon PowerShot S500
  • Canon PowerShot SD10
  • Canon PowerShot SD20
  • Canon PowerShot SD30
  • Canon PowerShot SD40
  • Canon PowerShot SD100
  • Canon PowerShot SD110
  • Canon PowerShot SD200
  • Canon PowerShot SD300
  • Canon PowerShot SD400
  • Canon PowerShot SD430
  • Canon PowerShot SD450
  • Canon PowerShot SD500
  • Canon PowerShot SD550
  • Canon PowerShot SD600
  • Canon PowerShot SD630
  • Canon PowerShot SD640
  • Canon PowerShot SD700 IS
  • Canon PowerShot SD750
  • Canon PowerShot SD770 IS
  • Canon PowerShot SD780 IS
  • Canon PowerShot SD790 IS
  • Canon PowerShot SD800 IS
  • Canon PowerShot SD850 IS
  • Canon PowerShot SD870 IS
  • Canon PowerShot SD880 IS
  • Canon PowerShot SD890 IS
  • Canon PowerShot SD900
  • Canon PowerShot SD940 IS
  • Canon PowerShot SD950 IS
  • Canon PowerShot SD960 IS
  • Canon PowerShot SD970 IS
  • Canon PowerShot SD980 IS
  • Canon PowerShot SD990 IS
  • Canon PowerShot SD1000
  • Canon PowerShot SD1100 IS
  • Canon PowerShot SD1200 IS
  • Canon PowerShot SD1300 IS
  • Canon PowerShot SD1400 IS
  • Canon PowerShot SD3500 IS
  • Canon PowerShot SD4000 IS
  • Canon PowerShot SD4500 IS
  • Canon PowerShot 110 HS
  • Canon PowerShot 320 HS
  • Canon PowerShot 520 HS

Canon PowerShot digital cameras[edit]

Main article: Canon PowerShot
Canon Powershot 600, Canon's first consumer digital camera, released in 1996
  • Canon PowerShot 600
PowerShot A series[edit]
A Canon Powershot A200
A Canon Powershot A40.
Canon Powershot A540, photographed using itself and a mirror.
  • Canon PowerShot A5
  • Canon PowerShot A5 Zoom
  • Canon PowerShot A50
  • Canon PowerShot A10
  • Canon PowerShot A20
  • Canon PowerShot A30
  • Canon PowerShot A40
  • Canon PowerShot A60
  • Canon PowerShot A70
  • Canon PowerShot A75
  • Canon PowerShot A80
  • Canon PowerShot A85
  • Canon PowerShot A95
  • Canon PowerShot A100
  • Canon PowerShot A200
  • Canon PowerShot A300
  • Canon PowerShot A310
  • Canon PowerShot A400
  • Canon PowerShot A410
  • Canon PowerShot A420
  • Canon PowerShot A430
  • Canon PowerShot A450
  • Canon PowerShot A460
  • Canon PowerShot A470
  • Canon PowerShot A480
  • Canon PowerShot A490 / A495
  • Canon PowerShot A510
  • Canon PowerShot A520
  • Canon PowerShot A530
  • Canon PowerShot A540
  • Canon PowerShot A550
  • Canon PowerShot A560
  • Canon PowerShot A570 IS
  • Canon PowerShot A580
  • Canon PowerShot A590 IS
  • Canon PowerShot A610
  • Canon PowerShot A620
  • Canon PowerShot A630
  • Canon PowerShot A640
  • Canon PowerShot A650 IS
  • Canon PowerShot A700
  • Canon PowerShot A710 IS
  • Canon PowerShot A720 IS
  • Canon PowerShot A800
  • Canon PowerShot A810
  • Canon PowerShot A1000 IS
  • Canon PowerShot A1100 IS
  • Canon PowerShot A1200
  • Canon PowerShot A1300
  • Canon PowerShot A1400
  • Canon PowerShot A2000 IS
  • Canon PowerShot A2200
  • Canon PowerShot A2500
  • Canon PowerShot A2600
  • Canon PowerShot A3000 IS
  • Canon PowerShot A3100 IS
  • Canon PowerShot A3150 IS
  • Canon PowerShot A3200 IS
  • Canon PowerShot A3300 IS
  • Canon Powershot A3400 IS
  • Canon Powershot A3500 IS
  • Canon Powershot A4000 IS
PowerShot D series[edit]
  • Canon PowerShot D10
  • Canon PowerShot D20
  • Canon PowerShot D30
PowerShot E series[edit]
  • Canon PowerShot E1
PowerShot G series[edit]
  • Canon PowerShot G1
  • Canon PowerShot G2
  • Canon PowerShot G3
  • Canon PowerShot G5
  • Canon PowerShot G6
  • Canon PowerShot G7
  • Canon PowerShot G9
  • Canon PowerShot G10
  • Canon PowerShot G11
  • Canon PowerShot G12
  • Canon PowerShot G1 X
  • Canon PowerShot G15
  • Canon PowerShot G16
PowerShot N series[edit]
  • Canon PowerShot N100, has also rear facing lens as smartphone, but front and rear lenses both together will take photo/video when the shutter is pressed and the rear lens image will appear in the corner of the big image from front lens as picture-in-picture, so the camera is called as a 'Story Camera'[2]
PowerShot Pro series[edit]
PowerShot S series[edit]
PowerShot T series[edit]

Camcorders[edit]

Electronic dictionaries (only sold in Japan)[edit]

Canon Wordtank[edit]

  • Canon Wordtank V80
  • Canon Wordtank V70
  • Canon Wordtank V30
  • Canon Wordtank G50
  • Canon Wordtank C30
  • Canon IDF-4600
  • Canon IDF-2200E
  • Canon IDF-3000
  • Canon IDF-2100
  • Canon IDF-1000
  • Canon IDC-300

Portable flash[edit]

E line[edit]

EG line[edit]

EX line[edit]

Speedlite 430EX Flash

EZ line[edit]

Speedlite 300EZ, Speedlite 420EZ, Speedlite 430EZ, Speedlite 540EZ

T line[edit]

The 300T is a layover from the FD system, it was introduced with the FD mount Canon T90, but is compatible in TTL mode with most non-digital EF cameras.

Macro flashguns[edit]

Macro Twin Lite MT-24EX , Macro Ring Lite MR-14EX , Macro Ring Lite ML-3

Remote flash trigger[edit]

Multifunction peripheral/digital copiers[edit]

imageRUNNER series[edit]

The "iR" series uses Ultra Fast Rendering (UFR) printing system, and some models use UFR II, a page description language.[3]

  • Canon imageRUNNER C3200
  • canon imageRUNNER 2530
  • Canon imageRUNNER 1310
  • Canon imageRUNNER 1630
  • Canon imageRUNNER 1670F
  • Canon imageRUNNER 2016
  • canon imageRUNNER 1133
  • Canon imageRUNNER 2230
  • Canon imageRUNNER 2270
  • Canon imageRUNNER C2570
  • Canon imageRUNNER 2830
  • Canon imageRUNNER 2870
  • Canon imageRUNNER 3530
  • Canon imageRUNNER 3570
  • Canon imageRUNNER C3170U
  • Canon imageRUNNER C3170i
  • Canon imageRUNNER 4270
  • Canon imageRUNNER 4570
  • Canon imageRUNNER 5070
  • Canon imageRUNNER 5570
  • Canon imageRUNNER 6570
  • Canon imageRUNNER C5870
  • Canon imageRUNNER C6870
  • Canon imageRUNNER 7086
  • Canon imageRUNNER 7095
  • Canon imageRUNNER 7105
  • Canon imageRUNNER 8070
  • Canon imageRUNNER 110
  • Canon imageRUNNER 150vp
  • Canon imageRUNNER 2022N
  • Canon imageRUNNER Advance c5035
  • Canon imageRUNNER Advance c5045
  • Canon imageRUNNER Advance c5025
  • Canon imageRUNNER Advance c5030
  • Canon imageRUNNER Advance c7055
  • Canon imageRUNNER Advance c7065
  • Canon imageRUNNER Advance c9065
  • Canon imageRUNNER Advance c9075

Canon Laser series[edit]

  • Canon Color Laser Copier 1110
  • Canon Color Laser Copier 1140
  • Canon Color Laser Copier 1180
  • Canon Color Laser Copier 3900
  • Canon Color Laser Copier 3900+
  • Canon Color Laser Copier 4000
  • Canon Color Laser Copier 5100
  • Canon LASER CLASS 2050P
  • Canon LASER CLASS 310
  • Canon LASER CLASS 510
  • Canon LASER CLASS 710
  • Canon LASER CLASS 730i
  • FMF 2100 Facsimile System
  • FMF 3100 Office Multifunctional System
  • Canon Imagepress C1
  • Canon Imagepress C6000
  • Canon Imagepress C7000VP

CanoScan[edit]

  • LiDE (USB powered, LED lit)
  • CR
  • DR
  • imageCLASS MF4890
  • IS
  • F Series

Computers[edit]

Portable computers[edit]

StarWriter[edit]

StarWriter Jet 300 — a word processor and Personal Publishing System.

NoteJet[edit]

Beginning in Spring 1993, Canon produced a series of notebooks with integrated inkjet printers called NoteJet. The initial price for the first-model NoteJet was U.S. $2,499.[4] The NoteJet lineup was eventually discontinued, and computers belonging to the series are valued by collectors.

  • NoteJet 486
  • NoteJet 486 Model 2
  • NoteJet I
  • NoteJet II
  • NoteJet III
  • NoteJet IIIcx

Printers[edit]

Canon printers are supplied with Canon Advanced Printing Technology (CAPT), a printer driver software-stack developed by Canon. The company claims that its use of data compression reduces their printer's memory requirement, compared to conventional laser printers, and also claim that it increases the data transfer rate when printing high-resolution graphics.[5]

Canon PIXMA iP3000 printer.

BJ series[edit]

  • Canon BJ-5
  • Canon BJ-10E
  • Canon BJ-10EX
  • Canon BJ-20
  • Canon BJ-30
  • Canon BJ-30v
  • Canon BJ-100
  • Canon BJ-130
  • Canon BJ-130E
  • Canon BJ-200
  • Canon BJ-200E
  • Canon BJ-200EX
  • Canon BJ-220JC
  • Canon BJ-220JC II
  • Canon BJ-220JS
  • Canon BJ-220JS II
  • Canon BJ-230
  • Canon BJ-300
  • Canon BJ-330
  • Canon BJ535PD
  • Canon BJ895PD

BJC series[edit]

Canon refers to inkjet printers as bubblejets, hence the frequent BJC-prefix.

  • Canon BJC-50
  • Canon BJC-55
  • Canon BJC-70
  • Canon BJC-80
  • Canon BJC-85
  • Canon BJC-85W
  • Canon BJC-210
  • Canon BJC-210SP
  • Canon BJC-240
  • Canon BJC-250
  • Canon BJC-255SP
  • Canon BJC-600
  • Canon BJC-600e
  • Canon BJC-610
  • Canon BJC-620
  • Canon BJC-800
  • Canon BJC-1000
  • Canon BJC-2000
  • Canon BJC-2010
  • Canon BJC-2100
  • Canon BJC-2110
  • Canon BJC-3000
  • Canon BJC-4000
  • Canon BJC-4100
  • Canon BJC-4200
  • Canon BJC-4300
  • Canon BJC-4400
  • Canon BJC-4550
  • Canon BJC-5000
  • Canon BJC-5100
  • Canon BJC-5500
  • Canon BJC-6000
  • Canon BJC-6100
  • Canon BJC-6200
  • Canon BJC-6200S
  • Canon BJC-6500
  • Canon BJC-7000
  • Canon BJC-7100
  • Canon BJC-8000
  • Canon BJC-8200
  • Canon BJC-8500

i series[edit]

In Japan, the models are denoted with a trailing “i”, whereas in the rest of the world they are denoted with a leading “i”. While the 50i corresponds to the i70, for all other corresponding models the numerical model numbers are identical. The “X” denotes models sold under special dispensation by retail outles in Europe.

  • Canon i70
  • Canon i80
  • Canon i250
  • Canon i450
  • Canon i450X
  • Canon i455
  • Canon i455X
  • Canon i470D
  • Canon i475D
  • Canon i550
  • Canon i550X
  • Canon i560
  • Canon i560X
  • Canon i850
  • Canon i860
  • Canon i865
  • Canon i900D
  • Canon i905D
  • Canon i950
  • Canon i960
  • Canon i965
  • Canon i990
  • Canon i6100
  • Canon i6500
  • Canon i9100
  • Canon i9900
  • Canon i9950
  • Canon 50i
  • Canon 80i
  • Canon 450i
  • Canon 455i
  • Canon 470PD
  • Canon 475PD
  • Canon 550i
  • Canon 560i
  • Canon 850i
  • Canon 860i
  • Canon 865R
  • Canon 900PD
  • Canon 950i
  • Canon 960i
  • Canon 990i
  • Canon 6100i
  • Canon 6500i
  • Canon 9100i
  • Canon 9900i

SmartBase series[edit]

  • MPC190 aka F10
  • MPC200 aka F20
  • MPC360, MPC370, MPC390
  • MPC400 aka F30 (based on S600)
  • MPC600F aka F50 aka T-Fax 7960
  • F60
  • F80

MultiPASS Series[edit]

  • 10
  • C20
  • C30
  • C50
  • C70
  • C75
  • C80
  • C100
  • C530
  • C545
  • C550
  • C555
  • C560
  • C635
  • C755
  • C2500
  • C3000
  • C3500
  • C5000

PIXMA series[edit]

Since about 2005 Canon introduced a numbering scheme for some whereby the least significant (non-sero) digit signifies the geographic region (“3” signifying Japan) the device is sold in. This leads to a large number of models, all belonging to the same family, but possibly incompatible to some degree, and also makes it difficult to ascertain whether a device is unique or part of an existing family. The software driver filename will often use the family designation.

Some MP devices have fax capability (MP740). R=remote

  • Canon PIXMA iP1000
  • Canon PIXMA iP1200
  • Canon PIXMA iP1300
  • Canon PIXMA iP1500
  • Canon PIXMA iP1600
  • Canon PIXMA iP1700
  • Canon PIXMA iP1800
  • Canon PIXMA iP1980
  • Canon PIXMA iP2000
  • Canon PIXMA iP2200
  • Canon PIXMA iP2500
  • Canon PIXMA iP2600
  • Canon PIXMA iP2700
  • Canon PIXMA iP3000
  • Canon PIXMA iP3100
  • Canon PIXMA iP3300
  • Canon PIXMA iP3500
  • Canon PIXMA iP3600
  • Canon PIXMA iP4000
  • Canon PIXMA iP4000R
  • Canon PIXMA iP4200
  • Canon PIXMA iP4300
  • Canon PIXMA iP4500
  • Canon PIXMA iP4600
  • Canon PIXMA iP4700
  • Canon PIXMA iP4800 (iP4830)
  • Canon PIXMA iP4900 (iP4930)
  • Canon PIXMA iP5000
  • Canon PIXMA iP5200
  • Canon PIXMA iP5200R
  • Canon PIXMA iP5300
  • Canon PIXMA iP6000D
  • Canon PIXMA iP6100D
  • Canon PIXMA iP6210D
  • Canon PIXMA iP6220D
  • Canon PIXMA iP6310D
  • Canon PIXMA iP6320D
  • Canon PIXMA iP6600D
  • Canon PIXMA iP6700D
  • Canon PIXMA iP7100
  • Canon PIXMA iP7200 (iP7230)
  • Canon PIXMA iP7500
  • Canon PIXMA iP8100
  • Canon PIXMA iP8500
  • Canon PIXMA iP8600
  • Canon PIXMA iP9910
  • Canon PIXMA iP90
  • Canon PIXMA iP90v
  • Canon PIXMA iP100
  • Canon PIXMA mini220
  • Canon PIXMA mini320
  • Canon PIXMA mini360
  • Canon PIXMA iX4000
  • Canon PIXMA iX5000
  • Canon PIXMA iX6500 (iX6530)
  • Canon PIXMA iX7000
  • Canon PIXMA MP110
  • Canon PIXMA MP130
  • Canon PIXMA MP140
  • Canon PIXMA MP150
  • Canon PIXMA MP160
  • Canon PIXMA MP170
  • Canon PIXMA MP180
  • Canon PIXMA MP190
  • Canon PIXMA MP210
  • Canon PIXMA MP220
  • Canon PIXMA MP237
  • Canon PIXMA MP240
  • Canon PIXMA MP250
  • Canon PIXMA MP258
  • Canon PIXMA MP260
  • Canon PIXMA MP270
  • Canon PIXMA MP280
  • Canon PIXMA MP287
  • Canon PIXMA MP360
  • Canon PIXMA MP370
  • Canon PIXMA MP375R
  • Canon PIXMA MP390
  • Canon PIXMA MP450
  • Canon PIXMA MP460
  • Canon PIXMA MP470
  • Canon PIXMA MP480
  • Canon PIXMA MP490
  • Canon PIXMA MP493
  • Canon PIXMA MP495
  • Canon PIXMA MP500
  • Canon PIXMA MP510
  • Canon PIXMA MP520
  • Canon PIXMA MP530
  • Canon PIXMA MP540
  • Canon PIXMA MP550
  • Canon PIXMA MP560
  • Canon PIXMA MP600
  • Canon PIXMA MP600R
  • Canon PIXMA MP610
  • Canon PIXMA MP620
  • Canon PIXMA MP630
  • Canon PIXMA MP640
  • Canon PIXMA MP700
  • Canon PIXMA MP710
  • Canon PIXMA MP730
  • Canon PIXMA MP740
  • Canon PIXMA MP750
  • Canon PIXMA MP760
  • Canon PIXMA MP780
  • Canon PIXMA MP790
  • Canon PIXMA MP800
  • Canon PIXMA MP800R
  • Canon PIXMA MP810
  • Canon PIXMA MP830
  • Canon PIXMA MP950
  • Canon PIXMA MP960
  • Canon PIXMA MP970
  • Canon PIXMA MP980
  • Canon PIXMA MP990
  • Canon PIXMA MG2100
  • Canon PIXMA MG2200
  • Canon PIXMA MG3100
  • Canon PIXMA MG3200
  • Canon PIXMA MG4100
  • Canon PIXMA MG4200
  • Canon PIXMA MG5100
  • Canon PIXMA MG5200
  • Canon PIXMA MG5300
  • Canon PIXMA MG5400
  • Canon PIXMA MG6100
  • Canon PIXMA MG6200
  • Canon PIXMA MG6300
  • Canon PIXMA MG8100
  • Canon PIXMA MG8200
  • Canon PIXMA MX300
  • Canon PIXMA MX310
  • Canon PIXMA MX320
  • Canon PIXMA MX330
  • Canon PIXMA MX340
  • Canon PIXMA MX350
  • Canon PIXMA MX360
  • Canon PIXMA MX370
  • Canon PIXMA MX410
  • Canon PIXMA MX420
  • Canon PIXMA MX430
  • Canon PIXMA MX510
  • Canon PIXMA MX700
  • Canon PIXMA MX710
  • Canon PIXMA MX7600
  • Canon PIXMA MX850
  • Canon PIXMA MX860
  • Canon PIXMA MX870
  • Canon PIXMA MX880
  • Canon PIXMA MX882
  • Canon PIXMA MX890
  • Canon PIXMA MX892
  • Canon PIXMA MX922
  • Canon PIXMA E500
  • Canon PIXMA E600
  • Canon PIXMA Pro9000
  • Canon PIXMA Pro9000 Mark II
  • Canon PIXMA Pro9500
  • Canon PIXMA Pro9500 Mark II
  • Canon PIXMA PRO-1
  • Canon PIXMA PRO-10
  • Canon PIXMA PRO-100

SELPHY series[edit]

The DS700 and DS810 are inkjet printers, all the other models are thermal dye-sublimation printers using ALPS technology.

  • Canon SELPHY DS700
  • Canon SELPHY DS810
  • Canon SELPHY ES1
  • Canon SELPHY ES2
  • Canon SELPHY ES3
  • Canon SELPHY ES20
  • Canon SELPHY ES30
  • Canon SELPHY ES00
  • Canon SELPHY CP-10
  • Canon SELPHY CP-100
  • Canon SELPHY CP-200
  • Canon SELPHY CP-220
  • Canon SELPHY CP-300
  • Canon SELPHY CP-330
  • Canon SELPHY CP400
  • Canon SELPHY CP500
  • Canon SELPHY CP510
  • Canon SELPHY CP520
  • Canon SELPHY CP530
  • Canon SELPHY CP600
  • Canon SELPHY CP710
  • Canon SELPHY CP720
  • Canon SELPHY CP730
  • Canon SELPHY CP740
  • Canon SELPHY CP750
  • Canon SELPHY CP760
  • Canon SELPHY CP770
  • Canon SELPHY CP780
  • Canon SELPHY CP790
  • Canon SELPHY CP800
  • Canon SELPHY CP810
  • Canon SELPHY CP820
  • Canon SELPHY CP900
  • Canon SELPHY CP910

S series[edit]

  • Canon S100
  • Canon S200
  • Canon S300
  • Canon S330
  • Canon S400
  • Canon S450
  • Canon S4500
  • Canon S500
  • Canon S520
  • Canon S530D
  • Canon S600
  • Canon S630
  • Canon S750
  • Canon S800
  • Canon S820
  • Canon S820D
  • Canon S830D
  • Canon S900
  • Canon S9000

Lenses[edit]

EF and EF-S line[edit]

See Canon EF lenses for the product line-up. See Canon EF-S lenses for the product line-up.

EF-S lenses are built for APS-C 1.6x crop sensors, so it will only work with models that use this sensor size, such as: Canon EOS Digital Rebel series (300D, 350D, 400D, 450D, 500D, 550D, 600D, 650D, 700D, 100D, 1000D, and 1100D), and newer cameras in the prosumer Canon EOS Digital series (20D, 20Da, 30D, 40D, 50D, 60D, 60Da and 7D). When EF-S lenses are used on a 35mm (full frame) camera, the back element will hit the mirror assembly or cause massive amounts of vignetting since the sensor is bigger than the image produced by the lens.

FD line[edit]

See Canon FD lenses for the product line-up.

FL line[edit]

See Canon FL lenses for the product line-up.

Rangefinder line[edit]

  • Canon 50mm f/0.95

TV line / C mount[edit]

Tilt-shift[edit]

Dedicated macro[edit]

Note: Even though the tilt-shift and dedicated macro lenses are designated TS-E and MP-E respectively, these lenses are still compatible with the EF mount.

Steppers for IC and LCD fabrication[edit]

Calculators[edit]

Canon Palmtronic 8M

Software[edit]

Applications bundled with Canon Digital Cameras include:

  • PhotoStitch - image stitching software, used to join multiple photographs together to produce a composite pictures such as panoramas.
  • Zoombrowser EX - Image organizer utility for viewing and transferring photos from digital camera to desktop computer.[1]
  • Digital Photo Professional is available for asset management and editing of downloaded images.
  • CameraWindow DC - Image Downloader utility for transferring photos from digital camera to desktop computer (used by Zoombrowser EX).

Accessories[edit]

References[edit]

Notes
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External links[edit]