Canon has expected to start shipping their EOS-1D X DSLR at the end of March or the start of April, and now the company has announced that their new flagship DSLR is now delayed until June.
The Canon EOS-1D X features a full frame 18 megapixel CMOS sensor and it also comes with a new DIGIC 5+ image processor and an ISO range of 51,200 which can expand to 204,800.
Other specifications include a burst mode of 14 frames per second in JPEG or 12 frames per second in RAW, there is also a built in Gigabit Ethernet connection, there is also a 3.2 inch 1,040,000 dot LCD display.
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