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Canon EF Lenses Passes 40-Million Mark

Canon in a press release announced that the production of the company's EF lenses passed the 40-million mark.

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Canon in a press release announced that the production of the company's EF lenses passed the 40-million mark. It all began in 1987 when Canon produced its first interchangeable EF lenses for SLRs. In conjunction with the launch in September 2003 of the highly acclaimed EOS Digital Rebel/EOS 300D SLR camera, Canon expanded its EF lens lineup with the introduction of the EF-S series of lenses, optimized for use with digital SLR camera

The EF lens lineup consist of more than 60 models and include standard and super-telephoto zoom lenses, Image Stabilizer-equipped lenses, large-aperture lenses, macro lenses, and TS-E lenses, which include a special tilt-shift mechanism.

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