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Canon EOS-1D X Mark III DSLR Camera | with CFexpress Card & Reader Bundle kit | 20.1 MP Full-Frame CMOS Image Sensor | DIGIC X Image Processor | 4K Video | and Dual CFexpress Card Slots, Black
|Model Name||Canon EOS-1D X Mark III CFexpress Card & Reader bundle kit|
|Type of product||DSLR|
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- High Image Quality with New 20.1 Megapixel Full-frame CMOS Sensor Combined with Newly Designed low Pass Filter.
- New DIGIC X Image Processor with an ISO range of 100-102400; Expandable to 50-819200*.
- New 191-point AF System Capable of Tracking the Subjects Head and Face using Deep Learning Technology.
- Dual Pixel CMOS AF for Fast and Accurate Auto Focus using up to 3869 Manual AF Positions** and up to 525 Automatic Positions.
- High-Speed Continuous Shooting of up to 16 fps and up to 20 fps in Live View with AF/AE Tracking.
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The Ultimate EOS
The EOS-1D X Mark III is like nothing before it, with a totally new imaging system. New AF sensors. The fastest, most durable Canon shutter yet. Innovative mirror control. The most powerful video features in an EOS DSLR to date—and more. It's the next level in pro SLR quality, speed and reliability.
Discovering Canon's New EOS-1D X Mark III Camera
The EOS-1D X Mark III offers high level of performance an EOS DSLR has ever possessed, changing the game for serious photographers around the world. a powerful new 20. Megapixel Full-frame CMOS sensor, combined with a cutting-edge new DIGIC X image processor, for truly outstanding stills and video. subjects with incredible focus using the new 191-point AF system — including innovative new Head Detection AF technology (EOS iTR AF X) — along with faster continuous shooting speeds of up to 16 fps with the viewfinder and up to 20 fps in Live View mode. EOS-1D X Mark III is also our most powerful DSLR for video to date, equipped with 4K 60p video capability, plus the option to shoot 5. RAW video or 10-bit video with Canon Log, both recorded internally to CFexpress cards. with built-in Wi-Fi ** for the first time ever in an EOS-1D series, this revolutionary, weather-sealed camera offers the connectivity to share photos and videos with clients, colleagues or family from virtually anywhere. EOS-1D X Mark III — raising the bar on pro DSLR quality and performance.
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Update 4! The underexposed pictures seem to be user error on my part. The new camera is a little different than the old one, and I didn't have the settings set the same was as my mark II, so I wasn't getting the pictures I expected.
Update 3! Still five stars, and yesterday's rugby game was canceled, so no new updates there. There was 900 pictures of anime cosplay today, and I feel like the camera underexposes in general, at least compared to previous iterations of the camera. The autofocus is still amazing. The frames per second puts this into Warthog territory (Brrrt). I never bent a pin on the nine previous cameras with CF cards I owned, but the new CFExpress cards seem much more robust then the CF cards, which is reassuring.
Update 2! Still five stars. I haven't had another sporting event, so no progress on getting the autofocus to feel as good as my 1D-X mark II during sporting events. Regular usage I can tell that this is a much better camera. I called 1-800-GO-CANON about the lack of a manual. I'm told that Canon will sell me a manual, and I was given a number to call. I'll be doing that, because I need a manual for this. It really should have come with it.
Update! I photographed a rugby game today. I now realize the manual isn't just "less well developed", it's not even really a manual. It's sort of an overview or outline of what might be in a real manual. It was absolutely useless out on the rugby field trying to figure something out. This is a complicated camera not to come with a real manual!
The autofocus on live view mode is very good. Not good enough to do sports photography with, but I'm sure Canon will figure that out eventually. The live view autofocus with a 600mm lens, and two 2x extenders was pretty good. When it lost focus, it really lost focus, and had to be manually brought back into line.
The new autofocus is very different in how it reacts and feels. At the start of the rugby game it felt much worse than my 1D X mark II autofocus. By the end of the game, I was getting closer to being happy with it, but with no real manual it was a difficult process to try and work my way through the various menus.
Original: I've only had it since yesterday. I have minor complaints. The bundled card reader only had a usb-c style connector on both ends. Most of my computers only have the older ("normal") usb connector. The only usb-c I have available is my laptop, which uses wireless, so it isn't very fast to download. The manual seems less well developed that what I'm used to from previous bodies.
Beyond that, the look and feel is what I expect, simply amazing. The menu system is improved, with numbers to indicate which menu I'm on, which is helpful when Canon support calls out menus by number but they aren't numbered and you have to hand count them. I tried some pictures in near total darkness and the highest ISO setting is simply appalling, but the camera took recognizable pictures of things I couldn't see, so I'm quite happy.
It is nice having two cards slots that use the same card. I sort of which I had an option for an SD card. One of my previous cameras had that, and when someone wanted me to take a picture with their camera I would, but I'd also swap their card in and take one with my camera too, onto their card.
Mirrorless is the future, and this camera is reportedly a testbed for pro-level mirrorless, so I expect this will be the last DSLR of this type made by Canon.
I've only done a little video but the eye detection was as advertised: spot on. The digital image stabilizing was helpful, improving the shots over the 24-105 f/4 IS lens stabilization alone. The bird shots were done using a cheap Sigma 150-600(C) zoom and the camera didn't have any trouble at all with it. Tracking was still good with the 1.4 extender and though it won't autofocus with the 2X extender, it will in Live View. That's nothing new, though; the older Canon cameras would, too.
Little details like a touch screen are really nice. The CF cards are fast and if they're like my other ScanDisks they'll last forever. Battery life is noticeably better than the Mk II, though that was already great. Sure better than the old 7D2's battery life, though.