Canon EOS IX

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The Canon IX is an SLR camera for the APS film system, introduced in 1996. It was the flagship of the SLR cameras for the APS system. It uses Canon's EF lenses, which were until then only used with the EOS camera bodies for 35mm film. So this camera was the prototype for later DSLR cameras with a CCD-sensor chip in APS-format. It has a built-in flash. It was also known as the EOS IX E in Japan.


SLRs for the Advanced Photo System
Canon EOS IX | Canon EOS IX Lite (IX 7) | Fujifilm Fotonex 4000ix SL | Minolta Vectis S-1 | Minolta Vectis S-100
Nikon Pronea S | Nikon Pronea 6i (600i) | Fujifilm Endeavor 4000SL | Olympus Centurion | Olympus Centurion S