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Publication Date: 2006
Publisher: Hove Books
Canon has its origins in the 1930s when a designer and businessman came together to produce a Japanese 35mm camera that would rival the famous makes from Germany. Canon rangefinder cameras and lenses subsequently earned a high reputation for innovation and quality in the 1950s and '60s. This achievement was to be repeated with even more resounding success by the Canon SLR camera and lenses which followed. In this Canon Compendium Bob Shell describes all the rangefinder and SLR models, and their lenses and accessories, from a user's and enthusiast's point of view. Comprehensive tables of technical data complete this ideal companion for the Canon user and collector.Shell, Bob is the author of 'Canon Compendium Handbook of the Canon System', published 2006 under ISBN 9781897802045 and ISBN 1897802048.
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