First-Ever Canon FF Camera
Got this from my preferred camera dealer, a Hansa Canon 35mm camera with a 35mm f/3.5 lens. He said it's a museum-grade replica - he's a good salesman so that can be BS :).
The model it represents - is it really the first Canon FF camera? What is interesting is that Kwanon (the old name of Canon) used a Nippon Kogaku (Nikon) lens to make this possible. So you see, the trolls need just a bit of history to know that photography was born on the back of collaboration among early players!
"Photography is therapeutic."
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