Canon EOS-1Ds Mark II

Announced Sep 21, 2004 •
17 megapixels | 2 screen | Full frame sensor
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Any one know where to get the old drivers for the original 1D the 1d2 or 1ds2 bodies?. running WINDOWS XP, CAMERA NOT RECOGNIZED. I want to utilize eos utility. any help is appreciated thanks in advance ---mikemjkshots.com
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Hi!     I just got a 1ds mark ii for $350 and was wondering if it is still a decent FF camera body to use for a hobby photographer who likes sharp images. Let me know your thoughts!  Thanks guys
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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...
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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...
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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.
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By: KiwiTux (Sep 22, 2015)
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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...
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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...
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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...
By: francis jay (Nov 23, 2014)
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hello guys i just wanna ask you if you think that canon 1ds mark II is still good camera this days specialy on wedding and portrait event
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Hey folks! I'm looking to upgrade to FF. My minor in college (so many years ago) was printmaking. Although I've had a few DSLRs since the film days, I've struggled to find anything in my budget that could compare with the build, VF, and DOF of the Canon F1 and medium format gear I cut my teeth on. I'm also starting from scratch, system-wise. I'm into absolutely minimum ISO landscape work.  I've got it narrowed down to two bodies: Canon 1DSII and Sony A850/A900. I've done a lot of research...
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