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  1. Micah
    Oct 23 - 1:56 pm

    The 1D mkiv appears to potentially have a better AF sensor than the D3/s, which has a wider spread of more crossed sensor points. However there’s nothing which distinguishes it as being superior on paper.

    The sensor has the same pixel pitch as the 1ds mkiii/5d mkii sensor, so I expect sensitivity to be at least as good if not better. Not 102,400 better though.

    I have to say that it’s nice that Canon and Nikon have brought the fast PJ/sports camera up to this level. These cameras are simply amazing.

    One Achilles heel for this new Canon though: 28 frame raw buffer? Nikon’s is almost double. Will Canon offer an upgrade? And why isn’t it standard if they do?

  2. canonmonster
    Oct 23 - 3:45 pm

    cant wait til i get my mine.
    you’re so lucky.

  3. sonorman
    Oct 24 - 4:39 am

    For me as a long time Canon user and Mark III owner the new Mark IV is a big disappointment. I was hoping for a new “game changer”, not for a face lift.

    The good thing is, I can save my money on that.

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