Canon EOS 1DX Price
Canon EOS 1DX is the latest professional flagship DSLR from the company, aiming to replace both the 1Ds Mark III and the 1D Mark IV professional cameras. With both of those models being discontinued once the Canon EOS 1DX hits shelves, that means that it will have to be a camera that can satisfy not only the sports, action and celebrity photographers with blazing speed, but can offer images of a high enough quality for fashion, studio, and landscape photographers whose work frequently ends up in print.
Canon EOS 1DX Full Specs
Canon EOS 1DXLCD & Viewfinder
The Canon EOS 1DX sports a 3.2 inch rear LCD with a 1020k dot resolution. That level of detail allows for some fine focus adjustments (though we’d recommend the still superior optical viewfinder when possible), as well as checking of image detail on images in playback. The resolution difference will certainly be seen by those used to shooting with the 1Ds Mark III, which used an LCD with just 230k dot resolution. Canon EOS 1DX also represents a smaller upgrade over the 5D Mark II and the 1D Mark IV, which used 920k dot resolution LCD monitors.
The Canon EOS 1DX does not feature a built-in flash, instead utilizing Canon Speedlite strobes through its hot shoe. The camera can also control strobes wirelessly, with a full measure of flash control built into the camera. The Canon EOS 1DX offers exposure compensation of +/- 3 stops, with a flash sync speed of 1/250 of a second. Flash information, including flash readiness, sync, FE lock, and flash exposure compensation are all available in the viewfinder’s informational readout.
Jacks, Ports & Plugs
The Canon EOS 1DX offers the standard collection of ports for a professional DSLR: HDMI, AV/USB output, 3.5mm microphone input, DC power input, and remote input. The great addition from a professional perspective is the addition of an Ethernet LAN port, which will allow the Canon EOS 1DX to quickly transfer images and video off at a much greater speed. That will also allow for connection solutions of up to 100 feet, well beyond the lengths provided by USB and HDMI cables at a fraction of the price.
The Canon 1Dx makes use of the LP-E4N battery, which is designed similarly to the LP-E4 used in the 1D Mark IV. The LP-E4 can be used in the new Canon EOS 1DX, though the LP-E4N should provide more juice per charge. The only hitch is the LP-E4 cannot be charged in the LP-E4N’s charger. The battery’s final CIPA rating has not been finalized, though we expect it to be equal to or better than the 1500 shots the LP-E4 managed with the 1D Mark IV.
The Canon EOS 1DX will eschew SD memory in favor of dual Compact Flash cards. The dual card setup can be used to store images concurrently, so that an automatic backup is created with each shot. Alternatively, users can swap cards in and out as one fills up. The use of CF cards will also be able to keep up with the camera’s blistering 12fpsRAW shooting and the high bitrate of the camera’s recorded video.
Canon EOS 1DX Expected Price ?
The Canon EOS 1DX Digital SLR camera is scheduled for March 2012 availability and will be sold in a body-only configuration at an estimated retail price of $6,800.00. The compact, lightweight WFT-E6A Wireless File Transmitter is scheduled to be available in March 2012 and have an estimated retail price of $600. Availability for the GP-E1 GPS receiver is expected in April 2012 with an estimated retail price of $300.
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