Canon EOS-1D X Will Make Its Debut Now In April Instead Of March

Posted on Feb 28 2012 - 5:35am by Editorial Staff

If the words from Amateur Photographer are right, April is the month when we will be able to get our hands on Canon’s largest flagship DSLR camera – the EOS-ID X – the originally expected date for the camera to go on sales in March but due to the development delays, company have now announced a confirmed sales start at the end of April 2012.

The EOS-ID X features to record Full HD (1920 x 1080 pixel) video, with exposure, focusing and frame rate controllable manually, boasting a top equivalent ISO sensitivity of 20,4800 and a ‘two-stop improvement in noise performance’, using dual ‘Digic 5+’ image processors claimed to be up to three times faster than the current Digic 5.  Full-resolution shooting is possible at 12 frames per second. The EOS-1D X will cost £5,299, the company has confirmed.

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