Canon F series

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Canon’s F series[1] is Canon’s series of manual focus 35 mm single lens reflex cameras. The first professional camera, the F-1, was introduced in March 1971[2] while the final camera, the New F-1 High Speed Motor Drive Camera, was released in February 1984[3]. All have a Canon FD or FL lens mount compatible with Canon’s extensive range of manual-focus lenses.

FD mount[edit]

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Amateur[edit]

FL mount[edit]

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