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    "End of 1Dmk IV"

    Came across this Photo from a friend of the "1Dmk V", Wondering if anyone knows about the specs of this new version from Canon
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    Now I don't really know if I have been suckered in here or not

    It is an EOS 1 - V not an EOS 1D - V

    http://www.photographyreview.com/mfr...2_3105crx.aspx

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    That's the Canon EOS-1V. It's a film SLR, and was introduced in 2000.

    Canon Australia seems to have removed the (few) FSLRs it had on its site. I hadn't looked for them for a while, but they were there before the current site redesign.

    You can find information about the EOS-1V here at the Canon Camera Museum:

    http://www.canon.com/camera-museum/c...g=srs&page=eos

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    mmm the "1" on the image looks a little dodgy to me???
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    David,

    It's not dodgy; that's how that camera is.

    What's important is that it's a legitimate ten-year-old film SLR and not a digital model, or anything which signals the end of any current digital models in the 1-series.

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    thanks X's its certainly different than the digital markings
    Thanks I'm now wiser

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