Canon EOS-1DX MK2
Canon has announced its latest flagship camera, the EOS-1D X Mark II DSLR. The camera has 20.2 megapixel 35mm Full Frame Canon CMOS sensor and is capable of 14 fps with an auto sensor. Not only that but it’s also capable of shooting 4K 60P and Full HD 120P video, In fact, its list of improved and introduced capabilities is quite lengthy.
Newly developed 20.2 megapixel 35mm Full Frame Canon CMOS sensor;
Continuous shooting speeds of up-to-14 frames per second (fps) with Auto Exposure (AE) and predictive AF for viewfinder shooting and up to 16 fps1 in Live View mode;
Dual DIGIC 6+ Image Processors that transfer image data at extremely high speed for extended bursts during continuous shooting – up-to-170 consecutive RAW images at 14 fps. When shooting JPEG images you’re only limited by memory card capacity 2;
Capable of shooting 4K 60P and Full HD 120P video with Dual Pixel CMOS AF;
Enhanced wireless functionality (with the optional accessory Wireless File Transmitter WFT-E8) that supports the new high-speed IEEE 802.11ac standard and the ability to easily transfer photos and videos to compatible smartphones using Canon’s Camera Connect app*;
Digital Lens Optimizer to help correct aberrations in-camera (a feature that previously required post-processing on an external computer);
Improved 61-point viewfinder AF with expanded coverage and all AF-points selectable and supported to a maximum aperture of f/8;
Improved AI Servo III+ predictive AF algorithm for better accuracy;
Continuous red illumination of all AF points within the camera’s Intelligent Viewfinder II.
Compatibility with both CF and CFast memory cards for optimal performance and versatility.
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