Canon EOS-1D X Mark III Review

October 15, 2020 | Gavin Stoker |

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The EOS-1D X Mark III is the latest high-end, ultra-tough, hyper-fast DSLR from Canon. From the outside, it looks about the same as previous EOS-1D bodies dating back two decades. But on the inside, there are radical updates. And even though this is a big, double-grip DSLR, it functions as a highly capable mirrorless camera in Live View mode provided you've got the muscle to hold it out in front of you for extended periods of time.
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With the Canon EOS1-D X Mark III, the typically cautious company has released a camera packed with bleeding-edge tech, including deep learning AF, an optical Smart Controller, HEIF and HDR PQ support, CFexpress, 12-bit internal 4K RAW, head tracking and so much more. Canon has combined the advantages of DSLR and mirrorless to produce a hybrid body that can shoot according to what the situation demands. While it lacks the luxuries of mirrorless, this camera does so much that no other system can – it's a genuine glimpse into the future.
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The 2020 Summer Olympics are being held in Tokyo and Canon is a gold sponsor for this major world event. Since 1989, Canon EOS-1 cameras have been the first choice for professionals photographing this and other events of similar media importance. The Canon EOS-1D X Mark II replaced the 4-year-old Canon EOS-1D X just prior to the 2016 Summer Olympics and the Mark II reaches 4 years of age prior to the 2020 event. All this adds up to little surprise that a new ultimate, best-ever Canon EOS-1 camera would be announced at this time.
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