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Incredibly fast, Great AutoFocus, Superb HD video recording.
Excellent 16-megapixel sensor with very low noise and superb detail, Dust removal technology reduces sensor cleaning chores, High-resolution 3.0-inch LCD makes checking focus and composing in Live View an excellent experience, Status display includes m...
This Canon camera features an ISO range of 50 102400.
Shallow DoF, Many frame rate and resolution choices, Excellent build and external controls
Highspeed shooting, fast focusing, high quality LCD screen, unbelievable ISO range
Superb image capturing. High ISO speeds.
Fast continuous shooting rate, Solid, weatherresistant construction, Wide range of ISO sensitivities, Good image quality.
Updated autofocus system is quick and reliable and produces excellent sharpness; 10 frames per second shooting speed is still best in class; superb HD movie mode; increased resolution helps for better cropping.
Highly detailed 16MP images in a wide range of conditions, 10 frames per second shooting make it the fastest full-res camera on the market, Compatible with the most comprehensive lens range on the market, Excellent AF performance during our testing, Very.
Expensive, Complex to understand
Automatic white balance much too warm in incandescent lighting, Battery capacity is reduced from the larger screen and dust off system, No integrated help system for menus, Predictive autofocus tracking is not always reliable, very complicated, Some lu...
No red eye reduction feature is available on this device.
No manual audio control, Complex autofocus, No dedicated switch between stills and video
Limited control on video shooting, overcomplicated custom menus
Cost, Size and weight.
More noise at high ISOs compared to Nikon's D3 & D3s, especially with skintones; movie mode could be easier to use.
Movie mode (and live view to a lesser extent), feels tacked-on, rather than integrated, Level of AF customization makes optimization challenging, Placement and interaction of AF customization options unhelpful, White balance isn't brilliant in artific
By ePHOTOzine on June 13, 2011
The Canon EOS 1D MkIV makes a compelling argument for itself, and offers exceptional...
By ThinkDigit on May 31, 2011
The 1D Mark 4 is a joy to shoot with and an extremely well built and great performing dSLR - a true pro photography tool. We'd like button placement to be a little more optimised (like the 7D), but that aside, there's little to complain about....
By Tbreak.com on January 10, 2011
Let’s face it, Canon has been around since 1933, and if you are doing something for 80 years you are supposed be good at it, and Canon EOS-1D Mark IV is a prime example of that. We all agree that digital photography has changed the world, there...
By The Imaging Resource on October 26, 2010
As the company's more popular professional camera in terms of units sold, Canon's 1D Mark IV came a little early in its development cycle with two major improvements, along with a resolution increase. Movie mode was important to compete with the...
By DigitalCameraInfo on September 02, 2010
The Canon EOS-D1 Mark IV ($4999 MSRP, body only) appears to be a solid camera with a lot of great features. If people were eagerly awaiting a slew of big upgrades from the Mark III, well... they may be a bit disappointed. The increase in resolution...
By Layers Magazine on August 26, 2010
Veteran Canon EOS-1D and 1Ds shooters will feel right at home with the new Canon EOS-1D Mark IV camera, built on a dust- and weather-resistant magnesium alloy body. Upgraded features include increased sensor resolution and ISO, reduced noise, an...
By ITP.net on August 11, 2010
Theres nothing that holds a candle to the Mark IV's still image captures. Its superbly detailed, high resolution images will blow you away....
By Bob Atkins on July 19, 2010
The Canon EOS 1D Mark IV was announced in October 2009 and (as of 07/10) is the latest offering in Canon's 1D series of professional DSLRs. The 1D series cameras are optimized for fast operation and have traditionally been the camera of choice for...
By TopTenREVIEWS on June 01, 2010
Capturing up to 10 frames per second, this device is one of the fastest DSLR cameras on the...
By Videomaker on May 15, 2010
With full 1080P resolution at 24 to 30 frames per second and low noise capabilities, Canon once again gives filmmakers a compelling reason to trade in their camcorders for a DSLR.Dan Bruns is an Associate Editor at Videomaker. Canon USA, Inc. One...
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