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Review: Canon 1DX Mark iii Camera

Game Changer - The Best DSLR You Can Buy

By Ken Faught

I have owned Nikon, Sony, Mamiya, Hasselblad, GoPro and Canon Cameras throughout my professional photography career. In fact, I was lucky enough to help Canon & Kodak test the very first digital camera in 1995, the legendary and industry-changing EOS-1N DCS 3C. It cost around $28,000 at the time, had no review screen, and only shot 1.3mb jpegs. I was actually in college at Long Beach State University learning


Some of my main cameras for the last 27 years. From left to right – EOS 1DN (film camera), EOS-1N DCS 3C, EOS 1DX Mark ii and EOS 1DX Mark iii

how to print color photos and told my instructor that the world was about to change. He kind of laughed, until I brought in the camera one day and showed him the results. I learned how to develop both black & white and color print, but haven’t used that skill since college.

Fast-forward 25 years and the all-new EOS 1DX Mark iii feels so remarkably similar to all previous generations of EOS professional cameras, and now represents the state-of-the-art. Until this camera arrived on the scene, the Sony A9 ii mirrorless camera set the benchmark. Sony products are so good that I owned both Canon and Sony for the last few years because there simply wasn’t a do-it-all professional camera. I used Canon for sports and Sony for landscape, travel and fashion photography. After spending some time with the Mark iii, I believe this is the best professional camera on the market today.

Although we have listed the detailed specifications from Canon at the end of the story, here’s a quick overview of what has changed compared to the EOS 1DX Mark ii:


Vanessa Doleshal and I have been using the EOS 1DX Mark iii since it debuted and consider it the world’s best DSLR camera.


*Brand new 10-bit HEIF (High Efficiency Image File) file format. The camera also shoots in RAW and jpeg.

*All-new hyper-fast CFexpress cards featuring two ports.

*Backlit buttons

*Quick Controls on the touch screen.

*Increased ISO to 102,400 in regular mode with a capability of going to 819,200 at H3 

*Face-tracking auto focus, and new 191-point optical viewfinder that uses Deep Learning Technology.

*191 AF points, 155 of which are cross-type.

*New Smart Controller that ties fast control of the AF Point selection built into the AF-On button

*Live View mode for shooting still photos

*Eye tracking auto focus only with Live View

*Blue Tooth


*Dual-Pixel CMOS Live-View auto focus with 2869 selectable manual auto focus points, 525 points automatically selected.

*16 frames per second with mechanical shutter.

*20 frames per second with Live View.

*E-TTL II flash control features face-priority and optimizes flash exposure when faces are detected.

*A 350 shot buffer with the raw+HEIF file mode, and well over 1000-shot buffer when using smaller file formats.

*A high-detail Optical low-pass filter that Canon claims breaks each light ray into 16 rays at the image sensor, thus reducing aliasing patterns and fabrics.

*5k full-gate 12-bit and downsampled 4k 60p with Canon Log, 10-bit 4:2 video internal recording

*Uses the same LP-E19 battery as the 1DX Mark ii and is now rated at 2850 shots wheras the Mark ii was rated at 1210 photos.

*Digital Lens Optimizer

*Lighter than the 1DX Mark ii by 3.2 ounces



I couldn’t be more thrilled to own this camera, except the price which is much higher than every other DSLR. It has everything that you would expect from the first new EOS 1DX in nearly five years, and for sure is a game changer. It literally has all the bells and whistles and the shutter life is also rated at 500,000 frames, a full 25% increase over the previous model, so it will last longer before maintenance is required.

The first thing you will notice is the new Smart Controller when you go to setup the camera, which is huge for professionals. The Smart Controller lets you move the auto focus points quickly and easily. It’s very intuitive and is one of the best features of the new EOS 1DX Mark iii.














Images are ultra sharp with the Mark iii and the camera is loaded with a variety of new features.


Canon spent a lot of its effort on speed and functionality for high-end action sports shooting, and that’s where I focused most of my career and why I love this camera so much. Canon engineers developed what they call Deep Learning Auto Focus. Much like artificial intelligence, this is an algorithm whereby the auto focus system teaches itself predictive autofocus, and the results are epic. The auto focus is by far the most-advanced auto-focus system in the world for still photography, and when you combine it with Canon’s 16 frame per second motor drive (20 frames per second in Live View mode), it’s remarkable. The auto focus is simply incredible, and it has facial recognition.

This is supported by a processer that Canon claims is 3.1 times faster in image processing than the one found on the EOS 1DX Mark ii. The older version had two processors and the new model only has one. Canon also claims its 380 times faster for computational processing, which is absolutely incredible. 

Canon also introduced the HEIF format to digital photography. This was created by Apple in 2017, but it had never been used by a DLSR camera until now. It’s a 10-bit format based on H264 codec and offers improved fidelity over 8-bit JPGs. It’s also four times more efficient, so it puts four times more data in a file of the same size. Of course, the camera still shoots JPGs and also RAW.

They also changed to the ultra-fast CFexpress type-B memory card and have added built-in Wi-Fi and Bluetooth. It still maintains built-in GPS, voice note recorder and wired gigabit Ethernet port, but has an optional WFT-E9 wireless file transmitter.  And it also is worth noting the camera uses the same LP-E19 battery as the EOS 1DX Mark ii so if you own the previous generation, and have spare batteries, you are in luck. 

Although this is a travel and photography blog, it’s worth noting how much Canon has improved the video quality of its top-tier camera. It now has full-width 12-bit 4k Raw up to 60 frames per second, but the auto focus tracking is only supported up to 30 framers per second. At 1080p the camera is also capable of 120 frames per second and the camera is capable of recording in both RAW and MP4 simultaneously using two separate memory cards. Unfortunately, the camera doesn’t offer 4:3 ratio, which is pretty much considered an ideal format, it doesn’t have a stereo mic (only mono) for video and it doesn’t have a swivel screen. However, the video is so good that you can pull screen grabs over 8mb file size.

Canon also took advantage of the high-end video capabilities and now offers a Live View mode for shooting still photos. This allows photographers the ability to use the back monitor to view subjects instead of having to use the traditional viewfinder. This is something that has become really common with high-end cameras in the last few years, so this was expected. About the only criticism we have is the file size is still half of what Sony’s mirrorless cameras offer, and yes, we know Canon has answered back with the all-new R5 mirrorless body which we also plan to purchase and test.





The autofocus is amazing on the Canon and the vibrant colors have made us choose this over our Sony cameras on the last dozen photo shoots. It’s impressive!


The bottom line is that Canon’s EOS 1DX Mark iii is a stellar package that is a game changer thanks to its incredibly fast Deep Learning autofocus, high frame rates, new HEIF file format, faster processor, live view mode, Smart Controller and long battery life. It’s not as compact as a mirrorless camera, which is why we are going to purchase the new Canon R5 when it’s released, but it a great camera for travel, action, fashion, and just about everything you can image, plus Canon has one of the most extensive lines of lenses in the world.



EOS 1DX Mark iii is incredibly versatile albeit larger than most other brands in physical size.


Specifications in Detail

Image Sensor

-Type - 36 x 24 mm CMOS

-Effective Pixels - Approx. 20.1 M

-Total Pixels - Approx. 21.4 M

-Aspect Ratio - 3:2

-Low-Pass Filter - Built-in/Fixed with Self Cleaning Sensor Unit

-Colour Filter Type - Primary Colour

-Image ProcessorType - DIGIC X


-Lens Mount - EF (excludes EF-S/EF-M lenses)

-Focal length - 1.x Multiplication with EF lens fitted SLR Focusing

-Type - TTL secondary image-forming phase-difference detection using AF-dedicated sensor

-AF System / Points - 191 Point/155 f/4 cross-type AF points inc 1 dual cross type at f/2.8 1 The number of cross-type AF points will differ depending on the lens.

-AF working range - EV -4 to 21 (at 20°C & ISO 100)

-AF Modes - One Shot & AI Focus

AF Point Selection

-Automatic selection: 191 point AF (inc face tracking and Eye AF) 
Manual selection: Single point AF (selectable points all points, 61, 15, 9 or cross type only points selectable) 
-Manual selection: Spot AF 
-Manual selection: AF point Expansion 4 points (up, down, left, right) 
-Manual selection: AF point Expansion surrounding 8 points 
-Manual selection: Zone AF 
-Manual selection: Large Zone AF 

AF points can be selected separately for vertical and horizontal shooting

Selected AF point display - Superimposed in viewfinder and indicated on LCD panel

-AF Lock - Locked when shutter button is pressed half way or AF ON is pressed in One Shot AF mode.

-AF Assist Beam - Emitted by an optional dedicated Speedlite

-Manual Focus - Selected on lens

-AF Micro adjustment

-Manual: Enter adjustment level +/- 20 steps 
-Adjust all lenses by same amount 
-Adjust up to 20 lenses individually 
-Adjust per lens serial number

Exposure Control

-Metering modes

-400,000-pixel RGB+IR metering sensor, 384-zone metering 
(1) Evaluative metering (linked to All AF point) 
(2) Partial metering (approx. 6.2% of viewfinder at centre) 
(3) Spot metering: Center spot metering (approx. 1.5% viewfinder at centre) 
-AF point-linked spot metering 
-Multi-spot metering 
(4) Centre weighted average metering

-Metering Range - EV 0-20 (at 23°C with 50 mm f1.4 lens ISO 100) EV -3-20 in Live and movie

-AE Lock - Auto: Operates in 1-shot AF mode with evaluative metering when focus is achieved 



-Manual: By AE lock button in all exposure modes

-Exposure Compensation - +/-5 EV in 1/3 or 1/2 stop increments (can be combined with AEB).

-AEB - 2, 3, 5 or 7 Shots +/-3 EV 1/3 or 1/2 stop increments

-Anti-flicker shooting - Yes. Flicker detected at a frequency of 100 Hz or 120 Hz. Maximum continuous shooting speed may decrease

-ISO Speed Equivalent - Stills: 100-102400 (in 1/3-stop increments) ISO can be expanded to L: 50 or H1: 204800, H2: 409600, H3: 819200 (selected in Custom Function)




The camera shoots over 20mp, which isn’t the largest format on the market, but it’s good enough for nearly everything you will realistically shoot. 


-Type - Vertical-travel mechanical focal-plane shutter, electronically controlled at all speeds/Sensor Electronic shutter Speed - 30 - 1/8000 sec. (1/3 stop increments), Bulb

-Shutter Release - Soft touch electromagnetic release White Balance

Type - Auto white balance with the imaging sensor

-Settings - Auto (Ambience priority/White Priority), Daylight, Shade, Cloudy, Tungsten light, White Fluorescent light, Flash, Custom, Colour Temperature Setting White balance compensation: 
1. Blue/Amber +/-9 
2. Magenta/Green +/-9.

-WB Bracketing - +/-3 levels in single level increments 3, 2, 5 or 7 bracketed images per shutter release Selectable Blue/Amber bias or Magenta/Green bias.


-Viewfinder - Pentaprism

-Coverage (Vertical/Horizontal) - Approx. 100%

-Magnification - 0.76x 2

-Eyepoint - 20 mm

-Dioptre Correction - -3 to +1 dpt

-Focusing Screen - fixed

-Mirror - Quick-return all surface half mirror




-Viewfinder Information - AF information: Single/Spot AF points, AF Frame, AF status, Focus indicator, AF mode, AF point selection, AF point registration 

-Exposure information -  Shutter speed, aperture value, ISO speed (always displayed), AE lock, exposure level/compensation, flash metering, spot metering circle, exposure warning, AEB, metering mode, shooting mode, time 
-Flash information: Flash ready, high-speed sync, FE lock, flash exposure compensation, red-eye reduction light. 
-Image information: Card information, maximum burst (2 digit display), Highlight tone priority (D+). 
-Composition information: Crop area, Aspect ratio, Grid, Electronic level 
-Other information: Battery check, Warning symbol, Flicker Detection, drive -mode, white balance, JPEG/RAW indicator

-Depth of field preview - Yes

-Eyepiece shutter - Built in

LCD Monitor

-Monitor - 3.2" (8.01 cm) TFT, approx. 2.1 million dots

-Coverage - Approx. 100%

-Viewing Angle (horizontally/vertically) - Approx. 170°

-Coating - Anti-reflection and Solid Structure

-Brightness - Auto: Using external ambient light sensor 

-Manual: Adjustable to one of seven levels 4 color tone Adjustable settings

Display Options

(1) Quick control Screen 
(2) Camera settings 
(3) Dual Axis Electronic Level 
(4) Custom Quick control screen


-Modes - E-TTL II Auto Flash, Metered Manual

-X-sync - 1/250 sec

-Flash Exposure Compensation - +/-3 EV in 1/3-stop increments with EX series Speedlites

-Flash Exposure Bracketing - Yes, with compatible External Flash

-Flash Exposure Lock - Yes

-HotShoe / PC terminal - Yes/Yes

-Second Curtain Synchronization - Yes

-External Flash Compatibility - E-TTL II with EX series Speedlites, wireless multi-flash support

-External Flash Control - via camera menu screen




The new camera produces brilliant colors, the best of any DSLR on the market.



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-Modes - Program AE, Shutter priority AE, Aperture priority AE, Manual, 3x Custom settings

-Picture Styles - Auto, Standard, Portrait, Landscape, Neutral, Faithful, Monochrome, Fine Detail, -User Defined (x3)

-Color Space - sRGB and Adobe RGB

Image Processing

-Clarity (8 levels) 
-Highlight Tone Priority (2 settings) 
-Auto Lighting Optimizer (4 settings) 
-Long exposure noise reduction 
-High ISO speed noise reduction (4 settings) 
-Lens optical correction: 
               *Peripheral illumination correction (stills and video) 
                *Chromatic aberration correction (stills and video) 
                *Distortion correction (during or after still photo shooting) 
                *Diffraction correction (stills and video) 
- Digital Lens Optimizer (during or after still photo shooting) 
Resize to M1, M2 or S 3 
-RAW image processing - during image Playback only 
-Crop images/rotate (3:2, 16:9, 4:3, 1:1, 2:3, 9:16, 3:4 ratios) 
-Multiple exposure

-Drive modes - Single, Continuous L, Continuous H, Self timer (2s+remote, 10s+remote),    S single soft shooting, continuous soft shooting

Continuous Shooting - Max. Approx. 16fps. Max. 20 fps in Live View mode with mirror locked up with exposure and AF tracking (speed maintained for unlimited number of JPEGs or over 1000 RAW images) 4

Live View Mode

-Type - Electronic viewfinder with image sensor

-Coverage - Approx. 100% (horizontally and vertically)

-Frame Rate - For Stills 29.97 fps/for Movies 59.94 fps/29.97 fps (NTSC) 50.00 fps/25.00 fps (PAL)

-Focusing - Manual Focus (Magnify the image 5x or 10x at any point on screen) 
-Autofocus: Dual Pixel CMOS AF (Face+Tracking Spot AF 1-point

-AF Expand AF area: Expand AF area: Around 
Zone AF (Large Zone AF: Vertical, Large Zone AF: Horizontal)


-Real-time evaluative metering with image sensor (384-zone) 
-Partial metering (approx. 5.8% of Live View screen) 
-Spot metering (approx. 2.9% of Live View screen) 
-Center-weighted average metering 
-Active metering time can be changed

-Display Options - Grid overlay (x3), Basic shooting information, Detailed shooting information, Histogram, Electronic Level

-File Type - Still Image Type

-JPEG: 10 compression options 
-HEIF: 10 compression options (10bit 422 BT2100), RAW: RAW, CRAW 
Complies with Exif 2.31 and Design rule for Camera File system 2.0 
Complies with Digital Print Order Format [DPOF] Version 1.1

RAW+JPEG simultaneous recording - Yes, any combination of RAW + JPEG/HEIF possible, separate formats to separate cards possible

-Image Size - JPEG/HEIF: (L) 5472x3648, (M1) 4368x2912, (M2) 3648x2432, (S) 2736x1824, HEIF: 5472x3648 , RAW: (RAW/C-RAW) 5472x3648

-Folders - New folders can be manually created and selected

File Numbering - (1) Consecutive numbering  (2) Auto reset (3) Manual reset

EOS Movie

-Movie Type

RAW: CRM 12bit Audio: Linear PCM 
MP 4 Video: 4K (8bit MPEG4 AVC/H.264, 10bit MPEG4/HEVC with Canon log), Full HD - MPEG4 AVC/H.264, Audio: Linear PCM 
MP4 Video: Full HD IPB light - MPEG4 AVC/H.264, Audio: AAC

Movie Size

4K RAW (5496x2904) - (23.98, 24, 25, 29.97, 50, 59.94 fps) 
4K DCI (17:9) - 4096x2160 (23.98, 24, 25, 29.97, 50, 59.94 fps) intra or inter frame 



4K UHD (16:9) - 3840x2160 (23.98, 25, 29.97, 50, 59.94 fps) intra or inter frame 
4K DCI cropped (17:9) - 4096x2160 (23.98, 24, 25, 29.97, 50, 59.94 fps) intra or inter frame 
Full HD (16:9) - 1920x1080 (23.98, 24, 25, 29.97, 50, 59.94 fps) intra or inter frame plus IPB light

Simultaneous recording - Yes: RAW to card in slot 1 Proxy (MP4) to card in slot 2

Color Sampling (Internal recording) - 4K - YCbCr4:2:2 (8-bit) Full HD/HD - YCbCr4:2:0 (8-bit)

Canon Log - Yes Log 1

Movie Length - 4K and Full HD - Max duration 29 min 59 sec. (excluding High Frame Rate movies). No 4GB file limit with exFAT CF card.

High Frame Rate Movie - MOV Video: Full HD - 1920x1080 at 100 fps or 119.9 fps 
Recorded as 1/4-speed slow motion movie 
Single scene maximum recording up to 7 min 29 sec.

4K Frame Grab - 8.3-megapixel JPEG still image frame grab from 4K movie possible

Bitrate / Mbps

5.5K RAW: (50/59.94p) Approx. 2600 Mbps (30/25/24/23.98p) Approx. 1800 Mbps 
Canon Log off (H264 MP4) 
4K DCI (50/59.94p): ALL-I Approx. 940 Mbps, IPB Approx. 230 Mbps 
4K DCI (29.97p/25.00p/24.00p/23.98p): ALL-I Approx. 470 Mbps, IPB Approx. 120 Mbps 
4K DCI cropped (50/59.94p): ALL-I Approx. 940 Mbps, IPB Approx. 230 Mbps 
4K DCI cropped (29.97p/25p/24.00p/23.98p): ALL-I Approx. 470 Mbps, IPB Approx. 120 Mbps 
4K UHD (50/59.94p): ALL-I Approx. 940 Mbps, IPB Approx. 230 Mbps 
4K UHD (29.97p/25p): ALL-I Approx. 470 Mbps, IPB Approx. 120 Mbps 
Full HD (119.90p/100p): ALL-I: Approx. 360 Mbps 
Full HD (59.94p/50.00p): ALL-I: Approx. 180 Mbps 
Full HD (59.94p/50.00p): IPB Approx. 60 Mbps 
Full HD (29.97p/25p): ALL-I: Approx. 90 Mbps 
Full HD (29.97p/25p): IPB: Approx. 30 Mbps 
Full HD (29.97p/25p): IPB light: Approx. 12 Mbps 
Canon Log on (H265 MP4) 
4K DCI (50/59.94p): ALL-I Approx. 1000 Mbps, IPB Approx. 340 Mbps 
4K DCI (29.97p/25.00p/24.00p/23.98p): ALL-I Approx. 470 Mbps, IPB Approx. 170 Mbps 
4K DCI cropped (50/59.94p): ALL-I Approx. 1000 Mbps, IPB Approx. 340 Mbps 
4K DCI cropped (29.97p/25p/24.00p/23.98p): ALL-I Approx. 470 Mbps, IPB Approx. 170 Mbps 
4K UHD (50/59.94p): ALL-I Approx. 1000 Mbps, IPB Approx. 340 Mbps 
4K UHD (29.97p/25p): ALL-I Approx. 470 Mbps, IPB Approx. 170 Mbps 
Full HD (119.90p/100p): ALL-I: Approx. 470 Mbps 
Full HD (59.94p/50.00p): ALL-I: Approx. 170 Mbps 
Full HD (59.94p/50.00p): IPB Approx. 90 Mbps 
Full HD (29.97p/25p): ALL-I: Approx. 135 Mbps 
Full HD (29.97p/25p): IPB: Approx. 45 Mbps 
Full HD (29.97p/25p): IPB light: Approx. 18 Mbps

-Microphone - Built-in stereo microphones (48 kHz, 16-bit x 2 channels)

-HDMI Display - External Monitor only, External Monitor only without information display or Simultaneous on camera and external monitor

-HDMI Output - 4K and Full HD recording, uncompressed YCbCr 4:2:0, 8-bit BT709, or YCbCr 4:2:2, 10-bit BT2020 with Canon Log sound output via HDMI is also possible

-Focusing - Dual Pixel CMOS AF with Face Detection and Tracking AF, Movie Servo AF Manual Focus

-ISO - 100-25600 (in 1/3-stop increments) ISO can be expanded to or H1: 51200, H2: 102400, H3: 204800 (selected in Custom Function)

Movie Digital IS - Yes, image area when enabled: reduced by 10%

As soon as you turn on the camera, it’s ready to fire. That helped me capture the picture when I walked upon a squirrel and only had a second or two to capture the shot.


Other Features

-GPS - Built in - Longitude, Latitude, Elevation, Coordinated Universal Time 
• GPS satellites (USA) 
• GLONASS satellites (Russia) 
• Quasi-Zenith Satellite Michibiki (Japan)

-Custom Functions - 38 Custom Functions

-Metadata Tag - Author, copyright, Image rating (0-5 stars) GPS, Rating, IPTC (registered with EOS Utility/browser remote)

-LCD Panel (EL) / Button Illumination - Yes/Yes

-Water / Dust resistance - Yes

-Voice Memo - Yes

-Intelligent Orientation Sensor - Yes


-Brightness: Yes 
-RGB: Yes

-Playback zoom - 1.5x - 10x

-Display Formats

(1) Single image with information (2 levels) 
(2) Single image 
(3) 4 image index 
(4) 9 image index 
(5) 36 image index 
(6) 100 image index 
(7) Jump Display 
(8) Movie edit 
(9) Raw processing 
(10) Rating

Image Erase Protection - Erase protection of one image at a time, folder or -card.

-Image Erase - Single image, selected, folder, card or all unprotected

-Self Timer - 2 or 10 sec.

Menu Categories

(1) Shooting Menu 1 - 4 (separate photo/video) 
(2) AF menu 1 - 5 
(3) Network 1 
(4) Playback menu 1 - 3 
(5) Setup menu 1- 5 
(6) Custom functions 1- 9 
(7) My Menu (1-5 user selectable)

-Menu Languages - English, German, French, Dutch, Danish, Portuguese, Finnish, Italian, Norwegian, Swedish, Spanish, Greek, Russian, Polish, Czech, Hungarian, Romanian, Ukraine, Turkish, Arabic, Thai, Simplified Chinese, Traditional Chinese, Korean, Indonesian, Malaya and Japanese.

-Firmware Update - Update possible by the user. (Camera, Lens, WFT, External Speedlite)

-Body Materials - Magnesium Alloy


Computer - USB 3.1 Gen 2 (PTP)

-Wi-Fi - Wireless LAN (IEEE802.11b/g/n) (2.4 GHz only), with Bluetooth support5 Features supported - EOS Utility, Smartphone, Upload to Web

Other - HDMI (mini), External microphone (Stereo mini jack) Headphone Jack, RJ-45, N3 remote release terminal, Flash PC connector

-Memory Card - Type - CFexpress 1.0 Type B

-Supported Operating System

PC - Windows 8.1 and Windows 10 (tablet mode not supported)


Mac OS 10.14 (Mojave) 
Mac OS 10.13 (High Sierra) 
Mac OS 10.12 (Sierra) 
OS X 10.11 (El Capitan)


Other - EOS Utility 3, Picture Style Editor, WFT utility, Camera connect app (iOS/Android)

-Image Manipulation - Digital Photo Professional 4, Digital Photo Professional Express for iPad (RAW Image Processing),

-Power Source - Batteries - Rechargeable Li-ion Battery LP-E19, LP-E4N 
(LP-E19 battery supplied)

Battery life

-Viewfinder shooting Approx. 2850 (at 20°C) 6 
-Viewfinder shooting Approx. 2360 (at 0°C) 7 
-Live View shooting Approx. 610 (at 20°C) 8 
-Live View shooting Approx. 530 (at 0°C) 9 
-4K movie recording Approx. 2 hr 20 mins (at 20°C) (movie Servo AF disabled)

-Battery check - Automatic displayed in 6 levels

-Power saving - Power turns off after 1, 2, 4, 8, 15 or 30 mins.

-AC Power Supply - Power adapter AC-E19/DR-E19


-Lenses - All EF lenses (excludes EF-S lenses)

-Flash - Canon Speedlites (90EX, 220EX, 270EX, 270EX II, 320EX, 380EX, 420EX, 430EX, 430EX II, 430EX III, 470EX AI, 550EX, 580EX, 580EX II, 600EX-RT, 600EX, 600EX-II RT, EL 100, Macro-Ring-Lite MR-14EX, Macro-Ring-Lite, MR-14EX II, Macro Twin Lite MT-24EX, Speedlite Transmitter ST-E2, Speedlite Transmitter ST-E3-RT)

R-emote Controller / Switch - Remote control with N3 type contact and Speedlite 600EX-II RT

-Power Supply & Battery Chargers - Battery Pack LP-E19, Battery Pack LP-E4N, Battery charger LC-E19, Power Adapter AC-E19/DR-E19


Wireless File Transmitter WFT-E9, Eyecup Eg, Eg-series Dioptric Adjustment Lens with Rubber Frame Eg, Anti Fog Eyepiece Eg, Angle Finder C, Hand Strap E1/E2

  1. The number of AF points, cross-type AF points, and dual cross-type AF points vary depending on the lens used

  2. With 50mm lens at infinity, -1 dpt

  3. Frame grab images from 4K movies cannot be resized

  4. File size, number of possible shots, and maximum burst vary depending on shooting conditions (including JPEG/HEIF image quality: 8, subject, memory card brand, ISO speed, Picture Style, and Custom Function, etc.).

  5. Wi-Fi use may be restricted in certain countries or regions

  6. Based on the CIPA Standard and using the batteries and memory card format supplied with the camera, except where indicated

  7. Based on the CIPA Standard and using the batteries and memory card format supplied with the camera, except where indicated

  8. Based on the CIPA Standard and using the batteries and memory card format supplied with the camera, except where indicated

  9. Based on the CIPA Standard and using the batteries and memory card format supplied with the camera, except where indicated

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