Tuesday, October 18, 2011

Canon EOS-1D X: The Future King of DSLR

If you haven't heard yet, Canon just put out a press release for the Canon-1D X.  It'll be Canon's flagship camera and the new features are set to crown it the king of DSLRs.  The 1D models are designed primarily for photographers, but this will be the first full frame, full HD DSLR since the MKII.  Moire has been "minimized" and the maximum clip length has been extended to 29 minutes 59 seconds (there's a crazy EU tax law on videos 30 minutes or longer).  There doesn't appear to be any footage released yet, but I'm excited to see what it can do!  Check out the great posts below by Matt Weiss of Dive Photo Guide and Philip Bloom for their thoughts and the full press release.  The Canon-1D X should be available next spring for an estimated $6,800.


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