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The Canon 1Ds Mark II is a reflex camera with FF (1.0x) sensor and 16.6 megapixels manufactured from 2004 to 2007 (discontinued). The range of sensitivities, including ISO extension, is 50 - 3200 ISO and it has a continuous shooting (burst mode) of 4 FPS x 11 RAW / 32 JPEG. The average price, when it has been added to the JuzaPhoto database, is 7500 €;
50 users have given it an average vote of 9.7 out of 10
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The following opinions have been automatically translated with Google Translate.
Pros:Tropicalized, excellent autofocus, excellent raw images, excellent color rendering and an ergonomic handle.
Opinion:I am an amateur photo that has gone from analog (eos 30 and 3) to digital in 2018 after a long and tiring reasoning, (I was very fond of the film) and in the choice between a 5d and a 1ds mkII I chose the second for the lower price and especially for the reviews read, not interested in the videos I preferred the mkII to the mkIII and although I still can not use it at 100% of its functions I I am very satisfied with the purchase so much that two days ago I took a second body (found with 4000 shots in Austria) both for a possible breakage of the first (difficult for someone to repair it) and for a possible exit with two bodies without always having to change optics. In conclusion I think that for my uses I will never change the camera body again of which I am very satisfied.
sent on January 16, 2021
Pros:Very robust camera, usable in any field, very large optical park.
Cons:At the time the price, but for the flagships it is well known.
Opinion:Taken in 2005, it was my first digital 24x36, and also my first Canon. The closest to analog, as a global rendering of images, of all the digital i've used. Always accustomed to the film I never had any reason to complain about it, the burst more than enough for any purpose, quick and precise autofocus, the screen was small? Boh, never used. He left me after about 430,000 shots, I tried to have it repaired but it was not possible, out of respect, I sold all the optical equipment and took a Nikon D610.
Pros:It's a 1D. Indestructible. FAST and precise AF. Essential in the endowment. Photographic rendering reminiscent of film. Well balanced in the hand despite the weight.
Cons:Small screen and practically useless.
Opinion:Found used with only 11,000 shutter releases and zero wear marks on the body. Perfect aesthetically. Excellent dynamic range. If you know how to use it allows you to make professional images in almost all application areas. Personally I use it for ceremonies and portraiture, both in the studio and outdoors with results not to be believed for the time of its construction. If you find it in good condition at today's prices that do not exceed 300 euros, it is to be taken absolutely. With the shots that mine has, even if I can no longer repair it for lack of spare parts, for what lasts, it is absolutely worth having it. Color note: The "1ds and Mark II Digital" camera front writings are in gold, which meant that at the time of its launch it was the world's top in its industry. At a cost of 8000 euros, they decided to embellish it using even gold for acronyms. Updated on 7/17/2020. Having found a second one practically never used (even the black flash sled has almost no sign of painting), I couldn't help but take it. In these two years, I have preferred it almost always to 1DX (I and II) I confirm all the good I have described and increase the dose. (otherwise I would not have taken the second specimen).
Pros:Series 1 Canon in its own right. A return to the origins of photography. Essential but more than sufficient automations. Great substance inside repaid with the RAW you'll see later in your PC.
Cons:No one taking into account the year of construction must know first what you find.
Opinion:Vintage sensor and processor deliver "almost" analog files. Landscapes, complexions, street, with natural colors. Outstanding in mid-tones. Ergonomic with PRO setting system, in a few minutes you learn then becomes intuitive. Complicated screen management but back then it was already a lot. When you start taking your hand, you only use the monitor to control the shot you just took, otherwise you know you'll still find a better file than you see. Anyone who approaches with passion and dedication to photography should pass a test with this machine, everything else will be easier, not necessarily better.
Pros:Image quality, little video wheel, ergonomic, durable, dual board, durable battery, economical (2019), raw ability
Cons:Weight, intuitive commands, few technological "aids" (not necessarily bad), usable but not reliable screen at first glance
Opinion:I wanted to make the transition to full frame and coming from a 60d, I also wanted something not too expansive but that above all "forced" me to train the eye and accumulate experience in photography. Found at 300 euros with 50 thousand shots, a tank of resistance, although heavy use in a comfortable way, and the double handle is definitely rewarding. The double card never makes you fear anything, and once well equipped gives excellent shots, its making "Pro" you still feel it today, and the launch price of 8 thousand dollars still pays off today. Don't let it get away with it if it's in good condition. Heavy and high-quality raw files with impressive workability and recovery. It took me a week to learn the controls well but you get used to it, post shot to control the focus on the small screen it's worth zooming a lot, but with its 45 msf points, you always know how to shoot. With a good sharp lens (an L-series or fixed optics) you have a jewel in your hand.
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