Canon has launched the EOS-1D X Mark II, its new flagship pro DSLR and successor to the hugely successful EOS-1D X…
Setting a new performance standard with an incredible 14fps continuous drive and increasing to 16fps in Live View mode, the EOS-1D X Mark II features a brand new high latitude Canon 20.2MP CMOS sensor with Dual Pixel CMOS AF plus faster autofocus and precise tracking along with an expanded AF point coverage area. Furthermore, the EOS-1D X Mark II now has 61 individually selectable AF points with 21 cross-type at f/8 offering stunning focus accuracy even when using long lenses and extenders.
With a host of new features such as DCI 4K Movies up to 60p frame rate, Full HD up to 120p for creative slow motion effects, built-in GPS that can tag your images around the world as well as automatically update the camera’s clock, a crop and send function from a high definition LCD as well as faster WiFi connectivity with the new optional WFT-E8 transmitter, the EOS-1D X Mark II brings new standards of performance before, during and after capture allowing professionals to seamlessly deliver the moment the image its taken.
Resolution, sensitivity and latitude
At the heart of EOS-1D X Mark II is a Canon developed CMOS sensor that marks the next generation of professional image quality in the EOS line-up. With enhanced light collecting performance and the ability to convert this light into digital signal, this sensor delivers a high-sensitivity performance reducing noise in both high and low ISO speeds, along with high latitude to pull details in dark areas.
Full Frame CMOS Sensor
With AF / AE Tracking