Canon has given their 2012 DSLR model a major revamp, with the release of the EOS-1D X Mark II. This latest addition finally lets photographers shoot 60fps in 4K, while 120fps in 1080p delivers more slow-motion possibilities.
An essential device for enthusiasts who like to capture the outdoors, the EOS-1D X Mark II adopts a 61-point autofocus system, with every AF dot supporting an f/8 max aperture.
This new generation also features a 20.2-megapixel full-frame CMOS sensor, Dual DIGIC 6+ processors, up to 51,200 native ISO, and a 14fps looped shooting mode.
Although the sleek gadget gets the touchscreen treatment, it is only limited to video use, which allows you tap on it to focus with the Dual Pixel CMOS AF, but that's it – no browsing the menus or zooming in on photos with the touch of a finger.
The EOS-1D X Mark II is set to launch in April , with a price tag of $6,300 USD for the full kit that includes a 64GB CFast card and reader.
For a slightly higher priced camera, be sure to check out Leica's White Limited Edition M9-P.