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The First Leaked Photos of the Canon 1D X Mark II



Official product photos of the soon-to-be-announced Canon 1D X Mark II have leaked onto the Web, giving us a glimpse of what Canon has up its sleeve for the next iteration of its flagship DSLR.

Japanese website digicame-info obtained and published the photos today. Here’s what the front of the current 1D X looks like:


1D X Mark II


Original 1D X


1D X Mark II


Original 1D X


1D X Mark II


Original 1D X


As you can see, unlike the new Nikon D5 (which saw a number of UI changes compared to its predecessor), Canon is keeping the physical interface of this camera largely unchanged.

Rumored specs of the 1D X Mark II include a 20.2MP sensor, a max ISO of 51200 (expandable to 409600), 14 fps continuous shooting, a 61-point AF system, 4K video, and some new technologies under the hood. Here’s a full list of specs that have appeared so far:

  • 20.2MP CMOS Sensor
  • Dynamic range improvement
  • Dual pixel CMOS AF
  • Dual DIGIC6 + processor
  • ISO100-51200 (extended with 409600)
  • Continuous shooting 14 frames / sec.
  • Live View mode at 16 frames / sec – high-speed continuous shooting new mirror drive system to allow the (at 16 frames / sec.)
  • Continuous shooting possible number is 170 frames in RAW -. In JPEG Unlimited
  • 61-point AF system, which range is expanded. 41-point cross-type
  • AF is -3EV correspondence
  • With lighting AF point red (I hope this means solid red AF point in servo)
  • AI AF accuracy and motion tracking was improved Servo AF III + – 360000 dot metering sensor.
  • EOS iSA. EOS itr
  • Viewfinder magnification 0.76 times. 100% field of view
  • Videos 4K 60fps.
  • Full HD120fps.
  • 4K video can be recorded with the internal CFast2.0 Media
  • Movie Servo AF – LCD monitor 3.2 inches, 1.62 million dot. Touch panel.
  • Camera digital lens Optimizer (DLO).
  • Lens aberration correction.
  • Diffraction correction
  • CFast2.0 and compact flash of dual card slot
  • GPS built-in – 2-axis electronic level
  • USB3.0 terminal, HDMI terminal
  • W-FI option (WFT-E8A)
  • Size of 158mm x 167.6mm x 82.6 mm
  • Weight 1340g

The camera will reportedly be officially announced in the first week of February (next week), so stay tuned!