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EOS EF L series lens date codes

EOS EF L series lens date codes

Posted by oneslidephotogaraphy On April - 29 - 2016
EOS EF L series lens date codes

EOS EF L series lens date codes

If we buy an L series lens from Canon, surely we will find a line of code on the back of the lens. The code is the code of the year and the place where the lens was made. Now, for buying lenses, especially the used lens .. this code can be very utilized in determining how old is from the lens. The meaning of these codes are as follows. Read the rest of this entry »

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