Canon EOS-1Ds Mark II
Announced Sep 21, 2004 •
17 megapixels | 2″ screen | Full frame sensor
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By: KiwiTux (Jul 15, 2017)
When did you decide your body was the limiting factor in your system? I'm still rocking my old 1DSMii and I am still consistenly pleased with the IQ it produces (on those occasions where I don't manage to screw something up). :-D I love the handling, the OVF, etc. I also subscribe to the motto "buy it once, buy it right", and so the wallet really hurts come upgrade time. My interests are in natural light, low-ISO landscape, street, and portrait work-- whenever I do upgrade, I'm, thinking...
Hi, I like DPReview and reading the discussion here. But this is my first time to ask a question. I have just started to learn photography since last year. For some reason, though in the 21st century, I was not starting with DSLR. I am starting with the film camera. I am currently using Canon 1v and I am very satisfied with it. But I figured out that I have taken too many rolls of film and it cost me too much. I think it is time to try some digital one. My first impression would be some...
I've always wanted to own a 1D series camera, but for very obvious financial reasons they've always been out of reach. Recently I've seen the 1DS Mark II popping up on eBay for around the £400-500 mark which has made me tempted. Now, I realise this is a 10/11 year old camera, but the idea of a having a pro full frame body is very appealing. I currently have a 60D and an Olympus OM-D EM1, would a 1DS be woefully inferior to these bodies? Is my heart set on a dinosaur? Please send help.
I'm giving Lightroom (6) a shot again, and I can't seem to get it to automatically recognize and apply lens profiles for my two newest lenses. The two lenses I have shot with in the examples below are the Canon 16-35 f/4L IS and the Canon 70-200 f/2.8L IS, both of which have profiles available in the dropdown (if manually chosen). Here's what I'm doing: 1. Ticked the "Enable Profile Corrections" box under "Lens Corrections" in Develop, and then chose "Auto" for setup. By only doing this, I...
By: KiwiTux (Jun 19, 2015)
Posted to: Canon SLR Lens Talk
My 1DS Mark II's manual states that there are different AF point benefits, depending on lens type and speed: http://gdlp01.c-wss.com/gds/8/0900000248/01/EOS1DsMII-IM-EN.pdf , page 73 I can't seem to get copy/paste working in the link above, but it says that out of the 45 total AF points on the 1DSII, 7 points in the center column will function as cross-type sensors when a f/2.8 or faster lens is attached; the remaining 38 sensors will be horizontal-only sensors. If the lens is f/4 or slower...
Hello, I am having a weird problem and i would like to ask if anyone has a solution or at least if have experienced of something similar. I have had my 7D since 2009 and i have been quite satisfied. But lately i have experienced some problems with the focusing system. I have to say that i have had problems since the latest firmware upgrade(2.05). No problem when i use some lenses but big problems with my L lenses. Especially with a 24-70 2.8, but i have tested and got bad results as well with...
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