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Canon EOS-1D X Mark III Performance & Live View


♪♪♪ The EOS-1D series has always
been a hallmark of speed and performance, and the latest
EOS-1D X Mark III raises the bar even further. Shooting through
the viewfinder, speeds up to 16 frames per second are possible
with autofocus, and they’re fully variable in the camera’s menu
if slower speeds will suit your needs. Even more impressive are the
camera’s Live View capabilities. First of all, the EOS-1D X Mark III
can shoot up to 20 frames per second during still-image, Live View shooting. Full resolution RAW, JPEG, or —
for the first time in an EOS camera — HDR-compatible HEIF images
can be recorded at this speed. And, 20 frames per second
is possible with your choice of mechanical or silent
electronic shutter operation. Dual Pixel CMOS AF is used for
autofocus during Live View, and it now includes Servo AF —
even at 20 frames per second. And, superb tracking capability for
AF includes Face Detection, Eye Detection, and Canon’s
innovative Head Detection AF, which is supported by Deep
Learning technology. Performance is underscored by a switch to
two CFexpress memory cards. An immediate result is a huge
increase in burst rates — the number of consecutive shots that
can be taken before the camera needs to slow down or pause. The Mark III can shoot an amazing
1,000 RAW images in a row; 5x what the previous model could achieve. Any way you look at it,
the EOS-1D X Mark III delivers the speed and responsiveness
desired by even the most demanding pro customers. For Canon USA, I’m Rudy Winston. ♪♪♪

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