This turns out to be a bit old, but it is interesting (and appearing on several other blogs) – tho the moderation seems a bit on the cheesy side as well – I still thought it might hold some interest for those of you who are curious as to how much work goes into creating the DSLRs we know and love.
It may also give you some idea as to why it takes so long for new models to be created – and why small shops (like BlackMagic) can try to get cameras out quickly.
How a Digital Camera is Made
An introduction to how digital cameras work that also highlights Canon’s unique manufacturing expertise and latest environmental measures. Years of know-how, combined with leading-edge technologies and manufacturing processes, support Canon’s position as the leader in high-resolution, high-quality digital cameras.
Created: June 2010
(cover photo credit: snap from the video)
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