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The Canon F-1 is a 35 mm single-lens reflex camera produced by Canon of Japan from March 1971 until the end of 1981, at which point it had been superseded by the New F-1 launched earlier that year. The Canon FD lens mount was introduced along with the F-1, but the previous Canon FL-mount lenses and older R- series lenses were also compatible with the camera with some limitations. The Canon F-1 was marketed as a competitor to the Nikon F and Nikon F2 single lens reflex cameras by Nikon.
The F-1 was Canon's first truly professional-grade SLR system, supporting a huge variety of accessories and interchangeable parts so it could be adapted for different uses and preferences.
In 1972 Canon launched a Highspeed model with a fixed pellicle mirror that allowed the user to see the subject at all times. Equipped with a motor drive, the camera was able to shoot up to 9 frames per second—the highest speed of any motor driven camera at the time.
Differences in "N" from original were - increased ISO range, greatly improved motor and winder system, improved auto exposure systems and uses the newer PX28 battery. Eyepiece shutter. Shutter speeds from 8s-1/2000 and bulb. * Flash sync is 1/90 X for electronic flash. Shutter type is titanium; electronic from 1/90 - 1/2000. Multiple exposures possible. ISO range 6-6400. Match needle with standard prism - AE Aperture priority with AE head - Shutter priority AE with AE motor drive or AE winder. NOTE: When using "Breech Lock" lenses with the AE Finder, you will not be able to see the f stop the lens is set on from the viewfinder. * Interchangeable focusing screens * Self Timer * Flash sync cord plug, and hot shoe Optional finder heads are .. Eye Level Finder FN (Standard) AE Finder FN Speed Finder FN Waist Level Finder FN-6X Waist Level Finder.