What does "Mark" mean in Canons pro cams?

Started Jun 2, 2011 | Discussions thread
Skip M
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In reply to David Hull, Jun 8, 2011

David Hull wrote:

Oystein Soreide wrote:

Used in Hi-Fi components as well. But usually abbreviated to Mk;
Mk II, or Mk IV
Amplifiers, Loudspeakers, CD-players, etc. .....

But here also denoting a version. And higher number usually means better version...
( but always the latter version )

And sometimes in Hi-Fi it denotes High Price and Excellent Build Quality as in "Mark" Levinson. Yea, I couldn't resist

I spent this entire conversation avoiding that one...sheesh!
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