Canon is starting the year out with a brand new body. Just today Canon released the EOS-1D Mark II, the company’s new flagship camera body. Boasting a 20.2 megapixel full-frame sensor, dual pixel auto-focus (the first full-frame Canon with this feature), a completely wild ISO sensitivity range (100 to 51,200), and the capability of shooting RAW continuously at up to 14 frames per second. The camera will be a boon to sports photographers and photojournalists – it can shoot bursts of 170 images with the assistance of auto-exposure and auto-focus.
The new flagship shooter from Canon is also capable of filming 4K video at 60 frames per second, has a 3.2-inch touch panel and 1.62 million-dot screen to review all the shots you’ve taken. Other features include built-in GPS and Wi-Fi. The body is build from durable and rugged magnesium alloy that is both dust and water-resistant, letting your camera go wherever your adventure takes you. The EOS-1D Mark II comes in at $5,999, no lens included. [Purchase]
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