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The Canon IX was the flagship among all the SLR cameras for the APS film system. It was a camera body with builtin flash for Canon's EF-lenses which were usually used with EOS camera bodies for 35mm film. So this camera became accidentally the prototype for the later DSLR cameras with CCD-sensor chip in APS-format.

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