Canon unveils the EOS-1D X Digital SLR pro-level camera

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Canon EOS-1D X Digital SLR camera

When it comes to a pro-level camera, Canon’s 1D Mark and 1Ds Mark II cameras have been the king of Canon line up for quite some time now. Canon now deems it the right time to introduce a new mighty digital SLR, so let’s all welcome the Canon EOS-1D Digital SLR camera. From the outside, this camera might seem pretty familiar especially for those who’ve owned previous 1D models. Make no mistakes into thinking that this pro-level shooter is just mimicking its predecessors because deep inside it certainly has more brains and brawns than the two mentioned 1D camera models. For starters, the EOS-1D is packed with an 18MP full-frame sensor with oversized pixels that according to Canon can overcome noise. This is then fully supported by Digic 5+ imaging processors, 61-point high density reticular AF system, ISO setting of 204,000, a 252-zone metering system, 14 fps JPEG burst mode and more. In simpler terms, the Canon EOS-1D X DSLR camera is simply a power house digital shooter that professional photographers and photo enthusiasts with the money to spare would surely love. Since I’ve already mentioned about the price, let me be specific about it. The Canon EOS-1D X Digital SLR pro-level camera will set you back for $6,800.00. If you don’ mind that price, expect this camera to hit store shelves by March 2012.

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