Canon EOS 620

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The EOS 620 is a 35mm auto focus SLR camera introduced by Canon in 1987. In many markets it was made available a few short months after the introduction of the first EOS camera the EOS 650.

It is mostly identical to the EOS 650 but improvements are mostly in the faster shutter speed at 1/4,000s instead of 1/2000s of the EOS 650. The faster shutter speeds also improve when using flash with a 1/250s shutter instead of 1/125 with the EOS 650. It also featured an illuminated LCD screen. However, unlike the EOS 650, it lacked an automatic depth-of-field mode.