When was the first multiple FPS stills camera made?

Started Feb 20, 2014 | Questions thread
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nick101 Contributing Member • Posts: 958
Re: When was the first multiple FPS stills camera made?

dherzstein wrote:

In the 1970s, Canon produced non-professional film SLRs that could shoot multiple fps - typically, they required an accessory motorized winder. In the 1980's, Canon incorporated the motorized winders into the camera body. I'm sure that most other brands did too.

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T90 was the first Canon with the drive built in

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