If you’re into history, it’s worth noting that the production of the first Canon EOS SLR camera started back in 1987. Fast forward to 2010, Canon has just churned out its 40-millionth EOS-series SLR camera (which includes film and digital). Considering that it took 10-years for Canon to hit the 10-million mark, another 6-years for 20-million, and 30-million in 2007, it sure looks like the time it takes Canon to churn out 10-million EOS cameras is getting less and less, and you can be sure that the folks over at Canon have some big smiles on their faces. So what do you think that Canon should do in order to accelerate its progress towards the magical 50-million mark?
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