Canon Ends Sales Of The EOS-IV Film Cameras
Canon ends sales of it’s EOS-IV single lens film cameras. The EOS-1v, which was Canon’s flagship film camera, became Canon’s 5th generation of the professional SLRs. While Canon actually stopped producing the EOS-IV camera back in 2010, they continued to sell off remaining stock.
Today Canon posted they will no longer be selling the EOS-IV.
According to Canon, it will continue to repair the EOS-IV cameras until October 31st, 2025.
For photography purist who prefer what a film camera can offer over digital, they are going to have to look elsewhere for their film camera needs.
B&H has a nice review on 15 film cameras you can still buy new.
Notice concerning sales end of film single lens reflex camera “EOS-1v” and extension of repair correspondence period
Thank you very much for your continued patronage of Canon products.
By the way, we are finally decided to end sales for the film single lens reflex camera “EOS – 1v”.
We will also take repair measures until October 31, 2025, even after the repair correspondence period of our company’s repair service contract for the purpose of improving service and support for customers who use this product.
- ※After the repair correspondence period of our company repair service contract (October 31, 2020), we may refuse the repair due to parts inventory situation.
Although it is truly selfish, thank you for your kind understanding of the circumstances.
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