Canon announces production of 80-millionth Canon EF lens
Just 9 months after the announcement of Canon’s 70-millionth lens the company proudly announces today the production of the 80 millionth Canon EF lens.
Production of Canon’s EF lens series first began in March 1987 alongside the introduction of Canon’s first EOS SLR camera system at the company’s Utsunomiya plant. Steven Marshall, the Product Marketing Director, Consumer Imaging, Canon Europe says, “Since the first ever EF lens was produced in 1987, we’ve been dedicated to providing the best possible performance to users of all levels. Using decades of expertise and the latest optical technologies, our EF lens range offers both outstanding image quality and creative flexibility – whether you shoot stills or video. This is an incredible milestone, and speaks volumes about the quality and popularity of our EF lens line-up.”
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