Canon EOS-1D C Brochure (en)

The Power to Create
For stunning high resolution, full-frame photography with supercharged EOS 
performance, there’s nothing quite like the EOS 5D Mark III camera. With a 
Full-frame 22.3 Megapixel Canon CMOS sensor, Canon’s amazing 
Image Processor, a 61-Point High Density Reticular AF, dual card slots and 
shooting performance up to 6.0 fps, the refined EOS 5D Mark III is designed to 
perform. With an extended ISO range of 100–25600 (expandable to 50 (L),  
51200 (H1) and 102400 (H2), an Intelligent Viewfinder and Canon’s advanced 
iFCL Metering System, plus HDR, Multiple Exposure, refined HD video recording 
and more, the EOS 5D Mark III is one of the most user-friendly, professional level, 
full-frame EOS cameras ever.
The Ultimate EOS
Canon has brought the best of the EOS-1 Series of digital cameras into one 
phenomenal, go anywhere, shoot anything dynamo: the flagship of the EOS 
line, the EOS-1D X camera. With a Full-frame 18.1 Megapixel CMOS sensor,  
5+ Image Processors, image capture at up to 12.0 fps* (up to 14.0 
fps in Super High Speed Mode), faster, more accurate and customizable AF**, 
plus outstanding 100,000-pixel RGB Metering Sensor with its own 
Image Processor, the EOS-1D X reaches new levels of performance with speed,  
continuous shooting, focus and metering accuracy, light sensitivity, and ease of 
use. With rugged construction, improved HD video capture, numerous connectivity 
options, and much, much more, the EOS-1D X is truly the ultimate EOS camera.
  The maximum continuous shooting speed is restricted to 10 fps when the battery charge is less than 50% or when ISO speed is above 32000. 
If the camera’s internal temperature is low and ISO speed is above 20000, the maximum continuous shooting speed is restricted to up to 10 fps. 
  With firmware update, AF points in the EOS-1D X’s viewfinder can now be illuminated in red (intermittently) when the shutter button is pressed halfway during AI Servo AF mode. 
Additionally, the EOS-1D X allows cross-type autofocusing with the center AF point when the maximum aperture of a Canon EF lens becomes f/8 with an EF extender attached. 
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