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Vintage Desk Lamp, Canon EOS Camera, Photographer gift, Vintage Lover gift, retro design fan

Vintage Desk Lamp, Canon EOS Camera, Photographer gift, Vintage Lover gift, retro design fan

Regular price $133.00 CAD
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Vintage Canon EOS 630 Camera converted into a unique desk lamp.
Produced 1989 by Canon, Ōta, Tokyo, Japan

Get that vintage look instantly in any room. Has in cord on / off switch.
The camera is in excellent condition and just great to look at.

A 2-watt LED bulb is embedded in the camera lens.

Measures 14" tall.


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Power: 110V
Lamp Base Socket: E12
Cord: 6ft. Black, White, or Clear SPT-1, Cordswitch, and Molded Polarized US Plug


Height: 14.0 inches
Width: inches
Length: inches


The Canon EOS 650 is a 35 mm single-lens reflex camera. It was introduced on 2 March 1987, Canon's 50th anniversary, and discontinued in February 1989. It was the first camera in Canon's new EOS series, which was designed from scratch to support autofocus lenses. The EOS system features the new EF lens mount, which uses electrical signals to communicate between the camera and the lens. Focusing and aperture control are performed by electric motors mounted in the lens body. The EF mount is still used on Canon SLRs, including digital models. Canon's previous FD mount lenses are incompatible with EOS bodies.
Canon's first EOS camera had the latest technologies, including a microprocessor and a Canon-developed BASIS sensor for high-precision AF. Canon claimed incomparable autofocusing for the EOS 650. A range of high-precision ultrasonic motor EF autofocus lenses were also developed successfully for the 650.
An EOS 650 was used in 1992 to take the first photographic image that was uploaded on the World Wide Web, a picture of the band Les Horribles Cernettes.
The more advanced EOS 620 followed in May 1987, and the EOS 630/600 in March 1989.

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