Full Review posted for Canon 1D Mark IV!|
Zig Weidelich, The Imaging Resource
(Monday, October 25, 2010 - 21:06 EDT)
When speed and quality are of the essence, the Canon 1D Mark IV digital SLR camera has what the pro photographer needs.
Its 16-megapixel sensor gives the Canon 1D Mark IV considerably more pixels than its predecessor, and the dual DIGIC 4 processors allow the camera to retain the 10 frame-per-second capture speed as well as employ better anti-noise processing for greater image quality at higher ISOs. Ranging from 50 to 102,400, the ISO sensitivity of the 1D Mark IV covers an impressive range. Given the trouble many had with the 1D Mark III, perhaps the most important upgrades are to the Autofocus system, which does indeed seem to be improved according to our tests. While the 1D Mark IV is still housed in the same rugged magnesium alloy body, the LCD cover glass is more durable, sporting scratch-resistant tempered glass. There's a lot to recommend this stout shooter, including Full HD movie capture, so click here for our review of the Canon EOS-1D Mark IV digital SLR camera.