Canon RC-260

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The RC-260 was an electronic still video camera introduced by Canon in 1991 as a followup to the RC-250. As with other cameras of this type, it was not a true digital camera; instead it recorded analog TV scan lines onto special 2" Video Floppy disks. It was given the branding Ion and sold in the European market. The RC-260 had a non-zooming 9.5 mm f/2.4 lens, giving a 35mm equivalent of 51 mm[1].


  1. According to the Kurt Tauber text and image linked below.


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