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Canon 1DX Mark II : Specifications and Opinions




Canon 1DX Mark II, front

Canon 1DX Mark II, back

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The Canon 1DX Mark II is a reflex camera with FF (1.0x) sensor and 20.2 megapixels manufactured from 2016 to 2020 (discontinued). The range of sensitivities, including ISO extension, is 50 - 409600 ISO and it has a continuous shooting (burst mode) of 14 FPS x 170 RAW, unlimited JPEG. The average price, when it has been added to the JuzaPhoto database, is 6000 €;
95 users have given it an average vote of 9.4 out of 10


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 Sensor
 Format   Fullframe, 36 x 24 mm (image ratio 3:2, crop factor 1.0x in comparison with FF)
 Resolution   20.2 megapixel (pixel pitch 6.58 μm)
 ISO sensitivities   50 - 409600
 File formats   JPEG, RAW

 Esposure
 Shutter speeds   30" - 1/8000
 Exp. compensation   +/- 5 stops at 1/3 steps
 Exp. modes   M, S, A, P
 Metering modes   Multi-Area, Semi-Spot, Spot

 Features
 Mount   Canon EF (click here to view all compatible lenses)
 Stabilization   No
 Autofocus (AF areas)   61
 Continuos shooting (with autofocus)   14 FPS x 170 RAW, unlimited JPEG
 Continuos shooting (without autofocus)   16 FPS x 170 RAW, unlimited JPEG
 Pre-Burst   No
 Live View   Yes
 MLU/SS   Yes, Mirrok Lock Up
 Video mode   4K (4096 x 2160p) @ 60 FPS
 WiFi   No
 GPS   Yes
 USB   micro-USB (USB 3.0)
 USB Charging   No

 Computing Features
 ND Long Exposure   No
 Pixel Shift   No
 Focus Stacking   No
 Startrail/Composite mode   No
 Astrotracer   No

 Camera body and built
 Touchscreen   Yes
 LCD   3.2", 1024 x 768 pixels, fixed
 Viewfinder   Optical, coverage 100%, 0.76x
 Flash   No
 Storage   CFast
 Storage, Slot 2   CF
 Shutter   Mechanical
 Battery   Canon LP-E19, 29.16 Wh
 Weather sealing   Yes
 Weight   1530 g
 Dimensions   158 x 167 x 82 mm

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avatarjunior
sent on March 27, 2017

Pros: ISO, Speed, AF

Cons: Oil spatters on CMOS !!!!

Opinion: The 1DX MK II is a great upgrade to the old 1dx, the raws files are a lot cleaner, the AF-Trackingspeed form the AI-Servo III shows a great improvement to the older one...My only problem with this camera are the oil spatters on the sensor, it is not normal that the entirely sensor is dirty after only 1000 shots with a such type of camera, i hope Canon will fix this problem in the near future !

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avatarjunior
sent on October 14, 2023

Pros: AF, image quality, high ISO hold, burst, "granitic" camera body, battery life, tropicalization, functionality and customization.

Cons: The sensor must be cleaned constantly, which on my previous machine I did not need to do so often.

Opinion: Coming from a Canon 7D II I can say that the 1DX II is another planet. For about 5 months he has been accompanying me in all the photo sessions and travels. Starting from the camera body as soon as you take it in hand you feel the weight that at first can scare but makes those long and heavier optics like my sigma 150-600mm Sport very balanced. The settings are complete and very customizable depending on the situations in which you shoot, as well as easy to find from the menus. The AF and burst are impressive for accuracy, speed and hardly misses the shot if well set. I took photos quietly between 12800 and 20000 ISO still fully usable and rich in detail. Weather resistance tested literally under the Seljalandsfoss waterfall without giving the slightest sign of slowdowns and / or problems. The only negative note is the dust that accumulates at the edges of the sensor, so cleaning must be constant.

avatarjunior
sent on August 19, 2022

Pros: Buy it only if you know what you want

Cons: It must be studied capita does not take beautiful photos if you do not know it

Opinion: And needless to say that nothing is perfect if you want a camera body that takes beautiful photos without doing anything you have wrong body not and for everyone but one of the few bodies that you can do everything who has understood it not the criticism who hated it I will understand and better ride a broccoli or be able to ride a Stallion with the due time complicated fascinating if you want to take beautiful photos without knowing what you do buy a iPhone new , I had the 1dx I made 400 thousand shots with the same shutter only flaw 3 pixels burned

avatarjunior
sent on June 23, 2022

Pros: Uncompromising quality, when you know what you have in your hand then you understand what you can pull out of this jewel.

Cons: Touch screen only for AF selection and not for menu navigation

Opinion: What is the Canon 1dx2? Take a house with decades of history of photography, with a cutting-edge technological baggage, skilled both in the pro world and in the amateur world, put together a team with a single purpose: to create an object of which every single gram has a specific function, an adaptation dictated by experience, all to achieve the most professional result possible in terms of photography, while you are there, put the video compartment next to it and just to put the icing on the cake uses the more than tested ergonomics. Here comes out a camera with a disproportionate photographic compartment, fast to say the least, and I'm not talking about fps or AF (we already know that they are an exceptional thing) but rather I talk about operating speed in all its forms, from when you turn it on to when you turn it off it NEVER has a hesitation, never a moment where you say "it could be better" In the sun, in the dark, rain and mud, with a wide angle or a 600mm, everyone is pushed to the highest levels, shots at 50 thousand iso and you can use the files without problems (personal experience, I can provide the shots taken at a third-class football match at night with lighting from the suburban field, on the 70-200 f2.8 and you fly); and let's face it, a body with bacteria grip and dual battery does NOT do the same things, a single processor body does NOT do the same things. Here IS THE SPEED. Point Of course, in today's world 20 megapixels are "few", the push of the media raises many doubts about what is the exact amount to have, and here people take a 7d2 from 24megapixel on apc-s, or 32 on the 90D (and now on the R7) and you fall back into the trap of marketing; here you have "only" 20, but when you print your beautiful exhibition billboard, and you have taken well, you will enjoy them all. Then there is the video part, and here from 120 fps with one of the best files ever seen on the market (try it to believe) with a naturalness on colors and transactions to border on magic, and then move on to 4K 60 fps in cinematic format (so not the classic 3840 x 2160 but rather the 4096 x 2160) with incredible detail. Enclose all this in a room that you take in hand and you understand that it will accompany you, willingly accepting the weight and bulk as good companions because you know that it is thanks to those that everything works perfectly. The biggest flaw I do to this camera, and here we are talking about only market choice and not technological limit, is that the touch screen you can use it ONLY to select the AF in live-view, and this thing freaks me out because it did not cost him anything to put it also as a menu navigation (which they did on the dx3, very comfortable) and if then they had put the screen at least reclining, if not even flippable, here they would no longer have sold the next ones and here you understand the marketing choices. They did the 2 already knowing how the 3 will be, this says a lot. That said, those who complain about the WEIGHT, those who complain about the COST, make it clear that they did NOT understand what they have on their hands (or what has NOT given many write / speak without knowing) I took a long time to discover the true nature of this room, that despite the new models and the consequent lowering of price I had to suffer a lot to bring it home, although I could take a good used R5 with the same money "because it is newer, has more megapixels, takes more shots and has eye tracking" but then, in the end, when I found myself with an R3 in my hand, you understand the differences. To you all other considerations, good light and sleep well at night, I recommend ?

avatarsenior
sent on February 18, 2022

Pros: Image quality, autofocus, shutter speed, buffer, viewfinder, ergonomics, extensive customization possibilities

Cons: the Canon log is missing, there is no af-servo mode in live-view for photos, for videos in 4k only the option to record in mjpeg is available

Opinion: It is the model that replaced the 1dx and, although on paper some specifications are similar, the machine has been redesigned in its main components. On the autofocus side there has been an improvement in many respects: speed, focus point available (with certain combinations of optics and extenders it is possible to have all the af points active even if the maximum aperture is between f6.3 and f8), operation in low light conditions. In general, the autofocus is more responsive and reliable than that of the 1dx. In terms of image quality, between 18 and 20 megapixels does not change much, but they have greatly improved the dynamic range at iso-based sensitivity. At the higher ones, however, practically nothing changes compared to the old model, in terms of snr and dynamic range (at least if you shoot in raw, since in jpeg the noise reduction implemented by the camera counts a lot). There has been a considerable improvement in terms of buffer: even shooting in raw on both cards, you can exceed 100 shots (obviously depending on the iso sensitivity, scene photographed, shutter speed etc.) continuous. The shutter speed goes from 12 to 14fps, with active autofocus, and you reach 16fps in live view. Unfortunately, in the latter case the af-servo mode is missing, for photos, so the dual pixel cmos can only be used for static subjects. According to the designers, the choice is due to the fact that they had not judged the performance of the dual pixel cmos sufficient (it is a 2016 machine), for an eos 1, so they preferred not to implement this mode. A note: comparisons between the 1dx mark II and the r6 often appear on the forum, and some users claim that the latter exceeds the former "in all". This is absolutely not the case: focus speed with supertelephoto lenses and extenders, shutter speed with the mechanical shutter (and with flashes), shutter lag, configuration options, autonomy, viewfinder without response latencies and with a dynamic range much wider than an evf, are all aspects in which the 1dx mark II outclasses the r6 (not to mention ergonomics, of LCD screens and additional buttons etc.). On the video side, compared to the 1dx there has been an abysmal leap: first of all there is the dual pixel cmos, which allows you to have continuous focus, and also the machine can record video in 4k up to 60fps. There are, however, some limitations. In 4k the machine records only in mjpeg, with a high bitrate: this involves a considerable occupation of space: I suspect that the problem is hardware, in the sense that probably the digic processors would not have been able to handle the h264 compression, in 4k. In 4k, moreover, the machine does not record with the entire width of the sensor, but uses a 4k "portion" of the sensor: even here, I believe that it is a hardware limit, due to the processors and the reading speed of the sensor (which affects the rolling shutter). Finally, while on the 5d mark IV they added the ability to install (for a fee) the Canon log, nothing was done for the 1dx mark II. I had the opportunity to ask canon USA for clarification and, apparently, the problem is not hardware, but they simply have not received many requests for the addition of this function, on the 1dx mark II: unfortunately, Canon marketing still strikes ...




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