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Home > Classifieds > Astromart Classifieds > CCD Cameras ASTRO > Classified #247215

For Sale: Canon announces ultra-fast digital SLR, lenses - ATWB's HOME PAGE for pre-orders

Ad No.: 247215
Seller: Anacortes Telescope
Posted: 2/5/2004 6:36 PM
Location: 9973 Padilla Heights Road
Anacortes, WA - United States
Phone: 800-850-2001
Ad Hits: 401
At 8.5 fps in continuous shooting mode (40 fps burst) Canon’s EOS-1D Mark II is the world’s fastest digital AF-SLR camera. And at 8.2 magapixels, there’s no compromise in quality.

Large CMOS Sensor
(Approximately 8.2 million effective pixels)
Canon’s new CMOS sensor with high-speed 8-channel reading technology delivers exceptional image quality with low noise and an extremely high S/N ratio. Its large 28.7 x 19.1mm size realizes an effective angle of view that’s just 1.3 times the focal length indicated on Canon EF lenses.

8.5 fps Continuous Shooting
(With up to 40 fps burst)
The EOS-1D Mark II is the world’s fastest digital AF-SLR camera (as of January, 2004). Its record-breaking speed is achieved even in the Large JPEG setting (approx. 3,504 x 2,336 pixels), and 8.5 fps are maintained during max. bursts of 40 shots (20 shots in RAW format) whether recording in the One-Shot AF or AI Servo AF mode.

100-1600 ISO Speed
ISO speeds are selectable in 1/3 increments and may be set as low as 50 or as high as 3200 through the ISO extension menu. This is the widest ISO speed range of any EOS digital camera.

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