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... The Canon FD 35-70mm f/4 AF lens of 1981 was Canon's first attempt at adding autofocus capability to their range of single-lens reflex cameras ... Canon took their existing, successful Canon FD 35-70mm f/4 lens and added a box above the lens which housed a self-contained autofocus mechanism, Canon's ... This lens provided autofocus capability when fitted to any Canon FD-mount camera—it did not require any capabilities in the camera body ...
... With one exception, FD lenses were manual-focus lenses ... Canon also manufactured three unusual autofocus lenses for the FD mount standard ... The FD 35-70mm AF contained an entirely independent autofocus system and was the world's first autofocus zoom lens ...
... Canon developed and produced the Canon FD lens mount standard for film SLR cameras from 1971 to replace the FL lens mount standard ... The FD mount had two variants - original lenses used a breechlock collar to mount whilst later versions used a standard bayonet twist lock with a short twist action ... The EF lens mount standard superseded FD-mounts in 1987 ...
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