Pointless Example of Canon 1D Mark IV Shutter Speed at 10 fps

by on January 13, 2010

in Canon

This video of the Canon 1D Mark IV firing at 10 frames per second is mostly pointless; however, I still find myself watching it over and over thanks to the gadget nut in me.

Looks a little grainy, doesn’t it?  That’s because it was shot at ISO 25600 on a Nikon D3S.  A single overhead tungsten bulb supplied the light.

Stay tuned for more serious content on both of these new work horses.  In the mean time, watch the video again. ;-)

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{ 3 comments }

1 Jeremy D. January 13, 2010 at 7:47 am

that is awesome! makes the 3fps on my XTi feel pretty measly.

2 Hamza January 13, 2010 at 9:32 am

Sounds like a machine gun. I would prefer a 1Dmk4 over D3s anytime if it doesn’t have that stupid 1.3x crop factor,
This 1.3x makes it suitable just for sports shooting and portrait. But for everything else it’s useless, i mean you can’t use any lens as a general purpose zoom. use the 24-105mm L and it gives you crappy wide angel

3 Marko January 13, 2010 at 9:38 am

In all honesty, that doesn’t really SOUND like 10fps. Maybe it’s just me, but this sounds more like 10fps:

http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=wKlPeh99q0o

or 11

http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=ZJNy3qSN_10

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