Ever wonder what a digital camera is made of? The EOS 10D was introduced in February 2003. It had a 6.3 MP sensor, a 7-point AF system, magnesium alloy body with ISO 100-1600 (3200) and a 3 fps burst rate.
Engineering students Matthew Farrell, Michelle Pang and Michael Tom from the University of California, Berkeley, produced an exploded view and re-assembling of the Canon EOS-10D camera with a EF 24-85mm f/3.5-4.5 lens to show how complex a digital DSLR body can be. I am fascinated by this clip. Can you imagine what the Canon EOS-1D X camera looks like inside?
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