Canon EOS 630 (1989)
The original EOS 650 evolved into the 620 and finally the EOS 630. Although autofocus performance was primitive by today's standards with only a single AF point, each new model brought improvements in speed and accuracy and left no doubt that AF was here to stay. Professional Canon photographers still used their F-1s and T90s in the absence of a pro-grade AF replacement (or lenses to suit) but the EOS 630 met the needs of the serious amateur. It cost around $900 in 1989 ($1600 today).
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