The Canon EOS 1DX holds the title for the best of all Canon cameras in 10 generations. This professional level DSLR is a bit chunky in physical appearance but is still comfortable to hold when shooting. It incorporates the high speed abilities of the 1Ds and the 1Ds in a way that truly sends this camera into the next dimension. This includes two grips, one for landscape picture angels and the other for portrait picture angels. The speed at which the camera snaps photos is intact due to the full frame sensor.
Not only was this camera made with speed in mind, it was also constructed to cater to videographers. The 1D X takes great high quality still pictures and enables videographers to string pictures together to create up to thirty minute long video clips. Videographers can also shoot quality motion videos.
Videographers will also find great use for the new Canon camera. It holds video sizes up to 4GB and shoots in full HD. Many videographers are utilizing distal SLRs in their various video projects including music videos, television ads, and dramas.
To help the camera better focus light, there are micro lenses covering the surface of the new sensor. The 61 point auto-focus system is state of the art. There is 41 cross-type points; five are dual-cross types. These points are spaced out over the width of the sensor to make sure frames are shot precisely. To makes sure that the photos match better, the 3.2-inch LCD screen shares the same aspect ratio sensor.
To make sure that the pictures the camera takes takes more accurately match the subject, a 3.2 LCD screen has been added with the same ratio sensors. Multiple micro-lenses have been places across the surface of the new sensor. These include a 61 point focus system and the 41 cross-type points. Five of the forty-one and dual cross type. These points are stretched across the sensor exterior to assure precise shots.
These new processors allow twelve frames of RAW pictures per second. They are also 17 times more powerful than any of the previous Cannon's. The 3rd processes, the DIGIC 4, regulates the metering system. The 3 processors enables the camera to rapidly sort data to keep the noise level down. This quick processing also assures that the camera is always ready to take images.
Photographers and Videographers of the professional or amateur level will greatly benefit and enjoy owning this state-of-the-art piece of equipment. However it will come at a monetary sacrifice. It is set to become available for purchase at the end of March 2012 for a retail value of $6,800.
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