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|matthias54654||3:16pm on Wednesday, October 20th, 2010|
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|cleanzero||1:15pm on Sunday, August 29th, 2010|
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|firstname.lastname@example.org||4:50am on Wednesday, August 25th, 2010|
|Format SLR Price (street) Also known as Release Status Discontinued Max resolution 4992 x 3328 Low resolution 3600 x 2400, 3072 x 2048.|
|6RE9||2:06pm on Monday, August 9th, 2010|
|(Edited March 17th by Roger Sohn) This camera is simply amazing! I started out with a Canon G2, upgraded to a Canon G6, then a Canon 20D.|
|scatteypebbles||4:03am on Saturday, August 7th, 2010|
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|LarthaL||1:39am on Friday, June 18th, 2010|
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|perto||4:56pm on Wednesday, May 12th, 2010|
|Probably the best photojournalist camera, IMO, The 1ds mark ii is great, 16. Great Quality, Fast Shutter Speed, two memory card slots. This camera is simply amazing! I started out with a Canon G2, and then a Canon G6, and then a Canon 20D, and now this Canon 1D Mark II N.|
|Roger55||12:42am on Friday, March 19th, 2010|
|8 fps.Great raw images.Built like a tank. It bricked within a couple of months.It weighs as much as a tank.|
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THE CANON EOS-1D MARK II N CAMERA: THE NEW PROFESSIONAL STANDARD
Table of Contents
I OVERVIEW II SUMMARY OF NEW AND IMPROVED FEATURES III DESIGN FEATURES A. Improved Image Playback Functions New LCD Screen Magnified View From Any AF Point Magnified View During Quick Review Last Displayed Image Remembered and Improved Magnified Images More Complete INFO Display B. Improved Image Recording Performance More Burst Frames New Split Recording for RAW+JPEG New Simple Recording Slot Switching Automatic New Folder Creation User-settable File Names Automatic Noise Reduction for Long Exposures C. More Functional Improvements Picture Style New Ec-S Focusing Screen ISO Set Through Finder Reduced Startup Time Enhanced Range of Settings for Continuous Shooting Speed Access to Menu Options During Image Recording New Custom Functions and Personal Functions Low Level Formatting of SD Cards D. Enhanced PictBridge Functions New Contact Printing Two New Layouts With Exif Data Face Brightener New Paper Sizes E. Continuation of Key Elements of EOS-1D Mark II Worlds Fastest Autofocus Digital Single Lens Reflex Camera Superior Sensor DIGIC II Image Processor 1-Series Tradition: A Complete Range of Functions Compatibility Basic Operation Ease Design Reliability and Durability Extensive Software Package IV SPECIFICATIONS V CONCLUSION
Contents 2005 by Canon U.S.A., Inc. All Rights Reserved. Excerpts from this material may be quoted in published product reviews and articles. For further information, please contact Canon U.S.A., Inc. Public Relations Dept., (516) 328-5000.
The Canon EOS-1D Mark II N Digital SLR is both the successor to, and a thorough reconsideration of, the EOS-1D Mark II camera. It preserves the speed, responsiveness, image quality and reliability of the EOS-1D Mark II model while incorporating newly refined features that make the camera easier to use and more precise. The N model inherits the mantle of worlds fastest digital SLR, firing at 8.5 fps for up to 48 fullresolution JPEGs in a burst (vs. the same firing rate and a 40 JPEG burst for the 1D Mark II camera). It retains the superb 8.2 megapixel CMOS Sensor of the 1D Mark II camera, with its convenient 1.3x lens conversion factor, and continues to use the DIGIC II Image Processor for outstanding image quality. The EOS-1D Mark II N digital SLR shares with the 1 Series family its all-metal body and chassis and weather-resistant construction, and its shutter is still durability-tested to 200,000 exposures. The new 2.5 inch, wide-angle view LCD/TFT screen brings with it larger, easier-to-see text in 15 languages. Picture Style makes image control easier. ISO speed changes, memory card selection and new folder creation have all been simplified. The optional Ec-S screen makes manual focusing easier. More burst frames are now possible and burst speed settings are more flexible. Info display is more complete. Many menus can now be accessed during image recording. Several improvements to magnified view make focus checking easier. Last displayed image view makes image review easier and less stressful. User-settable file names make it easier to identify and index ones work. Automatic noise reduction eliminates uncertainty from low-light photography. Enhanced printing functions will make keeping track of images easier. The result is a superb professional photographic instrument. The estimated selling price of the new camera, $3,999 , is actually $500 less than the initial price of its predecessor. This aggressive pricing makes the EOS-1D Mark II N camera a terrific deal. Photographers upgrading from older or less robust equipment, or from film, will see that the N model is the clear choice in all-around professional performance. The great success of the cameras predecessors is on display at any sporting event where legions of white L Series lenses mark Canon as the overwhelming preference of
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professional sports photographers. The same is true in wedding and fashion photography. Many of these cameras have seen long and hard service and could be replaced if a persuasive opportunity presented itself. Purchasing managers for news organizations and studio operations will certainly find the combination of value and significant evolutionary improvements an excellent argument for cycling through existing 1-Series equipment in service. Further, while the EOS-1D Mark II N camera is easier to use, its complete compatibility with existing Canon lenses, Speedlites and accessories means that its introduction into an equipment pool will not require any sort of re-engineering, avoiding additional expense, complication and nuisance. Working photographers will feel at home immediately with the EOS-1D Mark II N camera. It has the feel and responsiveness they know and rely on combined with a new ease of use they will appreciate and enjoy. Pros of every stripe will recognize it instantly for what it is: the new professional standard.
Enlarge display setting screen
enables the user to magnify the image and check focus in a single operation: the press of one button. Magnification starts at approximately 100% and ranges in 15 steps from 1.5x to 10x, the same as the EOS-1D Mark II camera.
Magnified View During Quick Review
Next, magnified view during Quick Review is enabled. This means that, when an image is displayed on the LCD screen immediately after capture, magnified view in 15 steps is now possible, speeding and simplifying focus checking, as well as reducing the time until the next shot can be taken.
1. Quick Review image appears after the shot is taken.
2. Hold down the <Magnified> button and press the <Magnify> button to magnify the image.
Last Displayed Image Remembered and Improved Magnified Images
Third, increased internal memory capacity has improved image quality in Magnified view. Improved memory function has also made it possible for the EOS-1D Mark II N camera to remember the last displayed image. Previously, when the user resumed image playback after clearing the display by pressing the shutter button or AE lock button, the image shown was the last one shot, a particular inconvenience when checking large numbers of images. Now, when playback is resumed after stopping, the specification has been revised so that the most recently displayed image reappears.
More Complete INFO Display
Last, the information display now shows file sizes and includes notations for monochrome (B/W) and R/G/B when the RGB histogram is enabled. File size has become a critical piece of data with the practical limitations imposed by the widespread adoption of wireless networks (enabled by transmitters such as the Canon WFT-E1A) for image transfer. The indications of monochrome and RGB are an aid to photographers who are fully or partially color blind. Additionally, it is now easier to distinguish between actual monochrome images and those with a limited palette that appear to be monochrome.
B. Improved Image Recording Performance
More Burst Frames An improved image processing sequence and an improved memory management method have made more burst frames possible. The RAW burst is now 22 frames; RAW+JPEG is approximately 19 frames (JPEG quality: 8, Picture Style: Standard, ISO 100); JPEG large is 48 or better; JPEG Medium 1 is 59 or better; JPEG Medium 2 is 77 or better, and JPEG Small has increased substantially to 135 or better. Professional users in particular will appreciate the extra margin of comfort that greater burst performance provides.
New Split Recording for RAW+JPEG
As with the EOS-1D Mark II model, the EOS-1D Mark II N digital SLR allows the user to save the same image simultaneously in both memory cards, slot 1 and slot 2, a highly effective backup mechanism. Also, one can record to slot 1 until it is full, going on to slot 2 as a reserve. Now, with the EOS-1D Mark II N camera in RAW+JPEG mode, it is also possible to save the RAW and JPEG images separately in each memory card. The RAW images can be saved in slot 1 and the JPEGs, in any of ten quality levels, in slot 2, or vice versa. Because CF cards tend to be larger, currently, than SD cards, the RAW files will be likelier to go on the CF card in slot 1, but this is not a requirement. The new option allows images to be recorded separately according to usage, finally realizing a great potential benefit of the dual slot configuration.
STEP 1 STEP 2
RAW+JPEG (L/M1/M2/S) selected
Screen for RAW+JPEG images separate recording onto two cards
New Simple Recording Slot Switching
Canon has made a substantial improvement in the way switching between the two card slots is accomplished. On the EOS-1D Mark II, one had to press the Display button and turn the Quick Control Dial to select the folder mode before the card slot selection screen appeared. Holding down the Select memory card button and turning the Quick Control Dial selected the memory card, a less-than-intuitive procedure. The memory card selection button of the EOS-1D Mark II N camera accesses the selection screen directly, a simple and stress-free process.
Automatic New Folder Creation
On the EOS-1D Mark II N digital SLR, when image file number 9999 is reached, a new folder is started automatically and the file number starts from 0001. On current 1D models, a dialog box appears at file number 9999 asking the user whether to create a new folder or not, interrupting shooting and causing a distraction. Also currently, if there is a DCIM folder on the memory card being used, the last file number stored in that folder is rejected. The user must then perform a forced reset in advance to reset the file number to 0001. Now, the user can concentrate on shooting without having to worry about folders or file numbers.
User-settable File Names
The user can now decide the file names first four alphanumeric characters followed by the cameras fixed characters. File names are entered on the cameras rear LCD screen using the Quick Control Dial and the Select button. This procedure replaces the current system of unchangeable file names consisting of four random, camera-specific, alpha- numeric characters set at shipment from the factory plus a file number. Now, users can clearly identify themselves as the sender when images are transferred during or immediately after an event. The new system also improves the ease of searching for file names.
Automatic Noise Reduction for Long Exposures
On the menus Noise reduction screen, a new option called Auto has been added. When Auto is enabled, the camera automatically detects the noise level for exposures one second or longer. If analysis indicates that noise reduction would be effective for that shot, it is applied. At present, it is difficult to judge whether or not an image is affected by noise. Users must compare two images, one with noise reduction enabled and one without it, and make a judgment based on their appearance on the LCD screen, a distinctly iffy proposition.
C. More Functional Improvements
Color tone Color Saturation Contrast Sharpness
The EOS-1D Mark II N digital SLR uses Canons new Picture Style function for easy control of image characteristics, similar to the way one chose a film to match ones visual intent in the past. Picture Style represents a reorganization of the processing parameters used in previous EOS DSLRs. The six Picture Styles provided are: Standard (standard snapshot characteristics, same as Digital Rebel series Parameter 1), Portrait (softer and more natural skin tones), Landscape (vivid blues and greens, enhanced
Picture Style screen
sharpness), Neutral (natural color reproduction with settings that stress image elements, intended for post-processing, same parameters as the EOS-1D series), Faithful (color reproduction that colorimetrically matches the original as closely as possible, also intended for post-processing) and Monochrome (same as on the EOS 20D camera, and the first time this feature has appeared on an EOS-1 class digital SLR). The first five have adjustable preset settings for Sharpness, Contrast, Color tone and Saturation. Monochrome has adjustable preset settings for Sharpness, Contrast, Filter effect and Toning effect. In addition, there are three user-defined Picture Styles, providing extensive custom control.
New Ec-S Focusing Screen
For the many professional photographers who prefer to focus manually in certain situations, Canon has devised an optional new focusing screen that uses the precision matte technology first seen on the EOS 20D camera. Optimized for lenses with maximum apertures of f/2.8 and brighter, the Ec-S has a steeper parabola of focus than the standard screen, the New Laser Matte Magnified photo of screen Ec-CIII. The Ec-Ss newly shaped microlens causes the defocus bokeh characteristic near the point of focus to be more pronounced. The point of sharpest focus has more snap, making it easier and faster to find. Note that the Ec-S screen is not recommended for use with lenses slower than f/2.8. Also, because the Ec-S screen requires a new setting for C.Fn-00, it is not currently
compatible with existing cameras. Canon is reviewing the possibility of providing a firmware update for earlier EOS-1 class DSLRs.
ISO Set Through Finder
ISO speed and ISO bracketing can now be set while looking through the viewfinder rather than taking ones eye away from the finder to look at the top LCD panel. The risk of missing a photo opportunity is reduced.
Reduced Startup Time
The improved system processing sequence and revised operations for camera startup have lowered startup time to an almost imperceptible 0.2 sec.
Enhanced Range of Settings for Continuous Shooting Speed
The EOS-1D Mark II N camera offers a choice of high-speed continuous shooting (H) ranging from 2 to 8.5 fps, and low speed continuous shooting (L) with settings from 1 to 7 fps. Access to these controls is through the new P.Fn 19, [Set continuous shooting speed]. There was no overlap in the EOS-1D Mark IIs settings; (H) was 4 to 8.5 fps and (L) was 1 to 3 fps. Professional photographers will appreciate both the new level of control and the greater range of (L) settings.
Access to Menu Options During Image Recording
The EOS-1D Mark II N camera offers the highly useful feature of permitting access to certain menu options while the camera is processing images and recording them on a memory card. During shooting, changes in [JPEG quality], [Color space], [Picture Style], [Photographed image review] and ISO expansion can be made, effective with the next shot. During playback, changes to [Highlight alert], [Display AF points], [Histogram display] and [Enlarged display set] will all be effective with the next image displayed. In addition, changes to these settings are applied immediately after being entered: [Auto Power Off] and [Auto rotate] from Setup menu 1, as well as [Language] and [Video system] from Setup menu 2.
New Custom Functions and Personal Function
C.Fn-13 adds [9/Center AF] point to [Number AF points/Spot metering]. This allows spot metering to remain at the center of the image, regardless of the focusing point selected from the nine available choices. C.Fn-00, setting 2 [Ec-S] is added to [Focusing screen] to support the new focusing screen. The new P.Fn-19 is very welcome because it now permits the selection of [High-speed continuous shooting]: 2-8 or [Low-speed continuous shooting]: 1-7. Finally, with P.Fn-25, [Picture Style] and [Color space] have been added to [Default settings when cleared].
Low Level Formatting of SD Cards
Low level formatting, or physical formatting, rewrites all of the recording medias sector information. Existing data is completely erased. In contrast, high level formatting, or logical formatting, is like erasing only the table of contents of a book. It may be possible in this case to recover data with third party software, an advantage or a disadvantage, depending upon circumstances. The EOS-1D Mark II N
Low-level formatting screen
camera has the Low Level Format feature already incorporated into Canon PowerShot cameras. When the SD card (Card 2) is selected on the card format screen, a checkbox to enable Low Level Format will appear. (Low Level Formatting is not possible with CF cards, so the checkbox does not appear in this case.) When it is selected, writing to the SD card will be faster and more secure, and permanent deletion of data will be executed.
D. Enhanced PictBridge Functions
New Contact Printing In 2004, primarily as a result of the introduction of the PIXMA brand (PIXUS brand in Japan) in the latter half of the year, unit sales expanded nearly 20% from the previous year. As a result, Canon showed excellent performance for the year, returning to the No. 1 position in the Japanese market for the first time in eight years. Canon has applied advances in its semiconductor production technologies to the nozzle manufacturing process, resulting in substantial improvements in printer performance. Software andhardware innovations are combining to make Canon printers work better than ever. For example, the compatibility of Canon PIXMA photo printers and Canon cameras has been extended so that, beginning with PictBridge compliant models introduced in the fall of 2005, useful new functions will be available. First, theres Contact Printing, featuring easy-to-see thumbnail images, with a simulated 35mm filmstrip background. Each frame measures 36mm x 24mm, exactly the size of contact prints made from 35mm film, in a five-rows-of-seven 35-image layout.
Two New Layouts With Exif Data
The second new option is a 20image layout with Exif shooting informationprinted next to each frame: camera model, lens model, extender usage, shooting mode, shutter speed, aperture setting, exposure compensation (not shown if no compensation is used), ISO, white balance, file
number and date. Either of these options offers a useful solution to the problem of archiving and retrieving digital images. A third new choice makes a single print with Exif information printed underneath.
Face Brightener, which makes dark, backlit faces brighter, is an effect that appeared originally in Easy-Photo-Print Ver. 3.0. It is now available, without a computer, in the new series of Canon PIXMA Photo Printers. It provides an easy way to correct for underexposure caused, in most cases, by backlighting of the subject.
With Face Brightener
New Paper Sizes
Three new paper sizes have been added: 4 x 8, 8 x 10 and 10 x 12. This enhancement is aimed at the growing group of professionals who may need to print directly from their cameras while on location, and is compatible with new paper sizes that are scheduled to be available for Canon PIXMA Photo Printers announced in the second half of 2005.
E. Continuation of the Key Elements of the EOS-1D Mark II
Worlds Fastest Autofocus Digital Single Lens Reflex Camera The EOS-1D Mark II N camera has the same top speed as the EOS-1D Mark II model. At 8.5 frames per second in One Shot AF/AI SERVO AF mode, it still boasts the worlds fastest continuous shooting speed for an AF DSLR.
The EOS-1D Mark II N digital SLR has the same Canon-designed and -manufactured single-plate CMOS sensor as the EOS-1D Mark II. The sensor measures 28.7mm x 19.1mm, the generous APS-H size, yielding a 1.3x lens conversion factor that is better for wide-angle work than smaller, less costly sensors. Additionally, the large sensor means that each of its 8.2 megapixels (3520 horizontal by 2342 vertical) can be a considerable 8.2m square. This surface area produces greater
III. NEW AND IMPROVED DESIGN FEATURES
sensitivity to light, higher effective ISOs, better shadow and highlight detail, higher signal output and exceptionally low noise compared to earlier EOS Digital SLRs.
DIGIC II Image Processor
The DIGIC II provides the EOS-1D Mark II N camera with an ultra-fast processing system, in part because of its use of DDR-SDRAM (Double Data Rate Synchronous Dynamic Random Access Memory) and eight- channel simultaneous reading from the sensor. The DIGIC II retains its acclaimed on-chip noise reduction circuit that produces low levels of noise, even at high ISOs, and provides high-precision computing for natural color reproduction, superb color accuracy, wide tonal range, reduced false 8-channel signal reading colors and low power consumption. The DIGIC II combines the functions of the original DIGIC, the camera control module and the image processing module, all on one unit, reducing size, cost and complexity, and increasing performance and reliability.
1-Series Tradition: A Complete Range of Functions
The EOS-1D Mark II N digital SLR shares its heritage with the EOS-1, -1N and 1v film SLRs and the -1D, -1Ds, -1D Mark II and 1Ds Mark II digital SLRs, a noble family of rugged and top-performing professional cameras. Necessarily, it has shutter speeds from 1/8000 to 30 seconds plus Bulb, a maximum X-sync of 1/250 second, ISO speeds from 100 to 1600 in 1/3-step increments (with expansion to ISO 50 or 3200 using menu screens), 100% viewfinder coverage, short startup time (0.2 sec), a shutter release lag time of 55 ms (or 40 ms at full aperture with P.Fn-26 set), active mirror control for a finder blackout time of approximately 87 ms, four JPEG resolution settings, ten JPEG compression settings, RAW and RAW+JPEG simultaneous recording, precise auto white balance, WB correction and WB bracketing, 45-point area AF with metering sensors in 21 zones, high-speed AF and high-speed subject tracking, the E-TTL II advanced flash exposure system, and IEEE1394 (FireWireTM) for faster image transfers to a personal computer.
In addition to accepting the entire array of Canon EF (but not EF-S) lenses and EX-Series Speedlites, the EOS-1D Mark II N digital SLR is completely compatible with all system accessories for the EOS-1D and EOS-1D Mark II cameras (including the DVK-E2 Data Verification Kit, but not the DVK-E1 or the IFC-200D6/450D6 Interface Cables), wireless/ wired LAN image transfers (with WFT-E1/E1A), IPTC (International Press Telecommunication
Council) information tags for JPEG images, Exif 2.21 (especially for color space and printing applications), and formatting capabilities for memory cards up to 2 GB and larger.
Basic Operation Ease
Like all 1-Series cameras, the EOS-1D Mark II N digital SLR is as comfortable to hold vertically as it is horizontally. It retains the graphical user interface for accessing many functions, always with a priority on shooting. Most of the improvements from the Mark II model to Mark II N model make the new camera even easier to use.
As on the EOS-1D Mark II and the EOS-1Ds Mark II cameras, the Canon logo on the EOS-1D Mark II N camera uses sculpted and color-filled lettering for a look of quality and sophistication. The new screen on the back seems enormous and is unmistakable. On the whole, the 1D Mark II N camera looks like just what it is, a rugged and elegant professional instrument.
Reliability and Durability
In keeping with 1-Series practice, the EOS-1D Mark II N camera uses magnesium alloy with a tough, scratch-resistant coating for the top, front, bottom, sides and rear covers, the memory card slot cover and the chassis. The mirror box is a machined aluminum casting. The shutter is tested for 200,000 cycles, the highest reliability rating for an SLR with a focal plane shutter. Extensive use of gaskets and seals gives the camera thorough dust and water resistance. Noise-resistant electromagnetic shielding and careful
distribution of electronics keeps images noise-free. A new cable protector is bundled with the camera; it prevents movement of the IEEE1394 cable in its socket and the damage that could cause.
Extensive Software Package
The EOS-1D Mark II N camera will be packaged with the EOS Digital Solution Disk, Ver. 11, which includes ZoomBrowser EX 5.5, ImageBrowser 5.5, EOS Capture 1.5 (Windows/ Macintosh), PhotoStitch 3.1 (Windows/Macintosh), and a set of PTP, WIA and TWAIN Drivers (Windows). At no extra cost, the camera will also come with Digital Photo Professional, Ver. 2.0, an immensely useful tool for professional digital workflow.
Type: Digital AF/AE SLR Recording Medium: Type I or II CF card, SD memory card Image Size: 28.7 x 19.1mm Compatible Lenses: Canon EF lenses (except EF-S lens) (35mm-equivalent focal length is equal to approx. 1.3 times the marked focal length. ) Lens mount: Canon EF mount
Type: High-sensitivity, high-resolution, large single-plate CMOS sensor Effective Pixels: Approx. 8.20 megapixels Total Pixels: Approx. 8.50 megapixels Aspect Ratio: 3:2 (Vertical:Horizontal) Color Filter System: RGB primary color filter Low-pass Filter: Located in front of the image sensor, non-removable
Recording Formats: DCF 2.0 (Exif 2.21): JPEG and RAW Image Formats: JPEG, RAW (12bit) RAW+JPEG simultaneous recording: Provided File size: (1) L (Large): Approx. 3.2MB (3,504 x 2,336 pixels) (2) M1 (Medium1): Approx. 2.6MB (3,104 x 2,072 pixels) (3) M2 (Medium2): Approx. 1.9MB (2,544 x 1,696 pixels) (4) S (Small): Approx. 1.1MB (1,728 x 1,152 pixels) (5) RAW: Approx. 7.9MB (3,504 x 2,336 pixels)* JPEG quality: 8* Exact file sizes depend on the JPEG quality, subject, ISO speed, etc. Folder setting: Folder creation/selection enabled File numbering: (1) Consecutive numbering (2) Auto reset (3) Manual reset Processing parameters/ Color matrix: Incorporated in Picture Style (6 standard + 2 custom) Backup image recording: Enabled (Same image recordable on CF card and SD memory card can simultaneously record JPEG & RAW split between two cards. Interfaces: IEEE1394 for personal computers, USB for direct printing, Video output (NTSC/PAL), N3 remote control socket and PC terminal for non-dedicated flash units
Settings: Auto, Daylight, Shade, Cloudy, Tungsten light, Fluorescent light, Flash, Color temperature setting, Custom, PC-1 to PC-3 (Total 10 settings) Auto white balance: Auto white balance with the image sensor Color temperature compensation: White balance bracketing: 3 steps in full-step increments; White balance correction: 9 steps in full-step increments
* Blue/amber bias or magenta/green bias possible
Type: Eye-level pentaprism Coverage: Approx. 100 percent vertically and horizontally with respect to the effective pixels Magnification: 0.72x (-1 diopter with 50mm lens at infinity) Eyepoint: 20mm Built-in dioptric adjustment: -3.0 +1.0 diopter Focusing screen: Interchangeable (11 types), Standard focusing screen: Ec-CIII Mirror: Quick-return half mirror (Transmission:reflection ratio of 37:63, no mirror cut-off with EF 1200mm f/5.6 or shorter lens) Viewfinder information: AF information (AF points, focus confirmation light), exposure information (shutter speed, aperture, manual exposure, spot metering circle, ISO speed, exposure level), flash information (flash ready, FP flash, FE lock, flash exposure level), white balance compensation, JPEG recording, number of remaining shots, memory card information Depth-of-field preview: Enabled with depth-of-field preview button Eyepiece shutter: Built-in
Type: TTL-AREA-SIR with a CMOS sensor AF points: 45 AF points (Area AF) AF working range: EV 0-18 (at ISO 100 at 68F/20C) Focusing modes: One-Shot AF (ONE SHOT), AI Servo AF (AI SERVO), Manual focusing (MF) AF point selection: Automatic selection, manual selection, home position (switch to registered AF point) Selected AF point display: Superimposed in viewfinder and indicated on LCD panel AF-assist beam: Emitted by the dedicated Speedlite
Metering modes: 21-zone TTL full aperture metering (1) Evaluative metering (linkable to any AF point) (2) Partial metering (approx. 13.5% of screen) (3) Spot metering Center spot metering (approx. 3.8% of screen) AF point-linked spot metering Multi-spot metering (Max. 8 spot metering entries) (4) Center-weighted average metering Metering range: EV 0-20 (at 68F/20C with 50mm f/1.4 lens, ISO 100) Exposure control systems: Program AE (shiftable), shutter-priority AE, aperture priority AE, E-TTL II autoflash, manual, flash metered manual, bulb ISO speed range : Equivalent to ISO 100-1600. Can be expanded to ISO 50 and 3200 with menu. Exposure compensation: AEB: 3 stops in 1/3-stop increments. Bracketing methods: 1. Shutter speed and aperture 2. ISO speed; Manual: 3 stops in 1/3-stop or 1/2-stop increments AE lock: Auto: Applied in One-Shot AF mode with evaluative metering when focus is achieved. Manual: By AE lock button in all metering modes.
Type: Electronically-controlled, focal-plane shutter Shutter speeds: 1/8000 to 30 sec. (1/3-stop increments), bulb, X-sync at 1/250 sec. Shutter release: Soft-touch electromagnetic release Self-timer: 10-sec. or 2-sec. delay Remote control: Remote control with N3 type terminal Self-Timer: 10-sec. delay Remote Control: Remote Control with Remote Switch RS-80N3, Timer Remote Controller TC-80N3 or Wireless Controller LC-4
E-TTL II autoflash with EX-series Speedlite
Drive modes: Single, low-speed continuous, high-speed continuous, self-timer Continuous shooting speed: Low-speed continuous: Approx. 3 shots/sec.; High-speed continuous: Approx. 8.5 shots/sec. Max. burst: JPEG: Approx. 48 frames (Large, JPEG 8) RAW: Approx. 22 frames; RAW+JPEG: Approx. 19 frames
Type: TFT color liquid-crystal monitor Monitor size: 2.5 in. Pixels: Approx. 230,000 Coverage: 100% with respect to the effective pixels Brightness adjustment: Five levels provided Interface languages: 15
Image display format: Single image, single image (INFO.), 4-image index, 9-image index, magnified zoom (approx. 1.5x - 10x), rotated image Highlight alert: In the single image and single image (INFO.) formats, any overexposed highlight areas will blink in the image display.
Image Protection and Erase
Protection: Erase protection of one image, all images in a folder, or all images in the memory card can be applied or canceled at one time. Erase: One image, all images in a folder, or all images in the memory card can be erased (except protected images) at one time.
Recording method: The voice annotation recorded with the built-in microphone is attached to the image. File format: WAV Recording time: Max. 30 sec. per recording
Compatible printers: CP Direct, Direct Photo, and PictBridge-compatible printers Printable images: JPEG images (Print ordering enabled with DPOF version 1.1)
Custom Functions: 21 Custom Functions with 67 settings Picture Style: 5 adjustable preset modes, 3 custom modes plus monochrome Personal Functions: 27 Camera settings saving/reading: Possible
Battery: One NiMH Pack NP-E3 * AC power can be supplied via the AC adapter and DC coupler. Shooting Capacity: At 68F/20C: Approx. 1200 At 32F/0C: Approx. 800 * The above figures apply when a fully-charged Ni-MH Pack NP-E3 is used. Battery check: Automatic Power saving: Provided. Power turns off after 1, 2, 4, 8, 15, or 30 min. Back-up battery: One CR2025 lithium battery
Dimensions and Weight
Dimensions: 6.1 x 6.2 x 3.1 in./156 (W) x 157.6 (H) x 79.9 (D) mm Weight: 43.2 oz./ 1,225g (Body only)
Working temperature range: 32F - 113F/ 0C- 45C Working humidity: 85% or less
All the specifications above are based on Canons testing and measuring standards. Shooting capacity specifications comply with CIPA standards. The cameras specifications and physical appearance are subject to change without notice.
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The day after the specifications of a new camera are set for production, an idea for some worthwhile change inevitably presents itself. This is because, first of all, development continues on the product itself. Second, once the camera has been sold in any numbers, there is feedback from users that is worthy of consideration. Then, development continues on the entire line of, in this case, DSLRs, and components developed for one application might be just the ticket for another one as well. If, for example, the cost of developing a new screen could be shared among several cameras, each benefits on both sides of the price/performance equation. So, while the EOS-1D Mark II N digital SLR retains the benchmark features that made the EOS-1D Mark II camera such an overwhelming success, there is a great deal about it which is new and significant. User requests are largely responsible for the separate RAW and JPEG recording, low-level formatting of SD cards, automatic folder creation, user-settable file names, easy switching of recording card slot, ISO setting in the viewfinder display, inclusion of file size in the INFO display, menu operation during image processing and writing, as well as improved settings for both Custom Functions and Personal Functions. The new Ec-S focusing screen was developed to help the many sports and portrait photographers who focus manually. Advances in computing system logic enable faster startup time, greater burst performance, enhanced magnified view options and the new automatic noise reduction option. Two examples of shared technology are the new, large display and the Picture Style approach to controlling image characteristics. As a result of these changes, the EOS-1D Mark II N digital SLR is a camera that will be a source of pleasure to owners and users alike, whether or not they are one and the same. Those who pay for the 1D Mark II N camera will appreciate its rugged durability, long product life, system compatibility and under $4,000 price range. Professional users will value its great speed and responsiveness, its superb image quality, its rugged durability and system compatibility, coupled with its new ease of operation. For those who pay their own hard-earned money for their equipment and who, then, must make a living with what theyve bought, the EOS-1D Mark II N camera makes a perfect argument for itself. It is, clearly, the new professional standard.
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Photography by Canon Explorers of Light.
Intuitive Speed, Massive Resolution and Perfect Operation.
Presenting the next generation of EOS professional digital SLRs. A stunning combination of performance, resolution and ease of use, this trio of cameras is ready for anything. All Canon EOS digital SLRs combine Canon designed high-resolution sensors with the blazingly fast DIGIC II Image Processor, for nearly instant response across the board. Canons renowned build quality ensures perfect operation no matter the situation. Compatibility with over 50 EF Lenses and wide variety of accessories, plus new technologies, like the Wireless File Transmitter WFT-E1A and Canons wide-format printers, ensures that the EOS system is the most advanced today and is ready to be compatible with whatever tomorrow brings.
The Worlds Fastest Digital SLR* Refined Canons new EOS-1D Mark II N can record at 8.5 fps for up to 48 frames in one burst. It features Canons proven 8.2 Megapixel CMOS sensor with a 1.3x conversion factor, combined with the speed and intelligence of the DIGIC II Image Processor, all in a rock-solid, magnesium alloy body.
* As of August 2005
Widen Your Horizons The new EOS 5D has a full-frame 12.8 Megapixel CMOS sensor combined with Canons DIGIC II Image Processor, a high-precision 9-point AF system with 6 Supplemental points, and Picture Style color control to deliver images of superior quality with enough resolution for any application, all in a compact lightweight body.
Unparalled Resolution and Performance The EOS-1DS Mark II is a must have for those looking to capture huge, beautiful images fast. With a full-frame 16.7 Megapixel sensor, the EOS-1DS Mark II captures up to 32 consecutive frames at speeds up to 4 fps, rendering the largest file in Canon Digital SLR history.
The Ultimate in Resolution.
My main concern with any camera system is having a wide array of lenses available
that are manufactured to professional standards. I love using extreme wide-angle lenses and the full frame chip on the EOS-1Ds Mark II allows me to utilize all of the EOS lenses to their full potential. The creation of this particular photograph was immeasurably faster than previously possible thanks to Canons superior use of emerging technology. We were in a studio in a controlled lighting situation, wired to the internet with the art director hundreds of miles away. We were able to capture and send shots instantly, and the art director evaluated and approved the image in minutes. The Canon EOS-1Ds Mark II connected to a computer or a network is a remarkable platform for photography in this digital age.
The EOS-1Ds Mark II captures more pixels than the competition, quickly delivering a high-resolution photograph without equal. The 1Ds Mark IIs 16.7 Megapixel full-size CMOS sensor captures 4992 x 3328 pixels, enough resolution for almost anything. In addition, with ISO ratings of 50-3200, combined with Canons noise reduction technology for an incredibly low signal to noise ratio, theres almost nowhere this sensor wont perform. The 1Ds Mark II can take full advantage of Canons array of EF lenses, as its sensor is the same size as a traditional film SLR, meaning no focal length conversion factorlenses will have the same view they would on a 35mm camera. The 1Ds Mark II can also be shot at lower resolutions to conserve space on memory cards if large images are not the priority of the shoot.
Canons DIGIC II Image Processor turns information captured by the CMOS sensor into images of exceptional clarity and resolution. Photographers can expect precise, natural colors with smooth, lifelike gradations, spot-on white balance and speed in any number of lighting situations. By handling larger volumes of image data, the DIGIC II Image Processor also contributes to lower power consumption: about 1,200 shots can be taken on a full battery under normal conditions. Photographs can be recorded as JPEG images, RAW images, or both simultaneously with unprecedented control over image quality. Canon's newly developed proprietary CR2 RAW type compression method offers tremendous image quality, with rich 12-bit gradation and lossless image compression. Perfect for critical applications, amazing results can be achieved when processing Canons RAW images on a computer.
Camera: EOS-1Ds Mark II Lens: EF 50mm f/2.5 Compact Macro
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EOS-1D Mark II N: You Spoke, We Listened.
The successor to the amazing EOS-1D Mark II, the EOS-1D Mark II N refines every facet of the photographic process, resulting in a faster, more fluid experience for the photographer. Retaining the EOS-1D Mark IIs 1.3x conversion factor and 8.2 Megapixel CMOS sensor, sophisticated 45-point AF, 21-zone Evaluative Metering, superb build quality and instant 0.2 second startup time, the EOS-1D Mark II N incorporates userrequested improvements such as an optional changeable focusing screen for critical focus in low light and a larger 2.5 inch LCD screen which provides a bigger image for playback, and can be viewed at 170 from all angles. ISO values can now be changed in the viewfinder, allowing photographers to change settings without taking the camera from their eye. The 1D Mark II N features these improvements, plus, all the shooting modes of the EOS 1 line and shutter speeds from 1/8000 to 30 sec.
In Photojournalism there is no such thing as a second chance - every moment is
unique and can never be reproduced. Therefore I need a camera system that is incredibly reliable, one that does not stand in between me and a photograph. I've come to rely on Canon cameras to not only capture the decisive moments but also to make photographs that I could not have otherwise. After five solid days of bad weather, and with a looming deadline, we finally got a clear sunset. I needed to capture a dramatic shot of the Chrysler Building but did not want to isolate it as its a vital part of the city and rooted to the streets below. Since the surrounding buildings are lower, they appeared in shadow while the Chrysler appears to be in spotlight. Flying high above New York in a helicopter banking at 45, with one chance to get the shot that will tell your story, you need confidence in your equipment, and thats why I use Canon.
Canons Most Advanced Flash Metering System: E-TTL II.
The EOS-1D Mark II Ns advanced features are complemented by Canons proven E-TTL II flash metering technology. Unlike older systems, E-TTL II weighs and averages the flash metering, capturing the subject as a plane and not as a point. E-TTL II incorporates distance information from compatible EF Lenses for more versatile flash exposure control, rendering consistent flash exposures even if the subject contains various colors and levels of reflection. E-TTL II also eliminates underexposure that can occur with straight reflections by ignoring sensor areas that report abnormally high levels of light from the calculated reading. In addition, E-TTL II prevents overexposure when photographers lock focus and recompose the shot. In this case, E-TTL II calculates the flash output level according to the distance information, not simply the reading off of the subject. This means more consistent flash exposure results, no matter where the photographer chooses to focus.
A telling, gleeful moment is there for an instant and then gone. A cameras
ability to focus instantly and perfectly control flash exposure is often the difference between a moment lost and one captured forever. In dark reception halls, I often twist the head of my Speedlite flash to bounce off distant walls and ceilings, trusting Canons remarkable E-TTL II system to handle the tricky exposure challenge effortlessly. Whether that wall is yellow or blue, any color cast is instantly eliminated by the celebrated automatic white balance system. Difficult shots are now routine thanks to Canons industry-leading technology. I use Canon equipment with full confidence that I am using the finest photographic tools available in the world today.
Masked Focusing Screens (Ec and Ee versions available)
Ideal for portrait and wedding photographers, two new sets of focusing screens, featuring crop lines or black mask, help frame an image in a traditional 4 x 5 or square format. Compatible sets are available for the EOS-1 series cameras as well as the EOS 5D.
Camera: EOS-1D Mark II N Lens: EF 24-70mm f/2.8L USM
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More Options for The Way You Work.
The EOS-1D Mark II N is one of the easiest cameras to customize to a photographers personal style of shooting. Six new Picture Style settings simulate the characteristics of different film styles, including Snapshot mode, for punchy, print-from-the-camera color, Portrait mode, for softer, more natural skin tones; Landscape, for vivid blues and greens and overall sharpness, plus Neutral, Faithful and Monochrome, which can be customized to emulate color filters with black and white film. Add Canons new interchangeable matte focusing screens, proven Custom and Personal functions (two card slots, one for CompactFlash (CF) and one for Secure Digital (SD) memory cards) with the ability to record JPEG and RAW image on different memory cards, simultaneously, and its clear that the 1D Mark II N is an incredibly adaptable photographic tool.
Every time I go into the field my Canon EOS digital
system allows me to capture precisely what I see. I need a camera that will solve the photographic problems that are inevitable in outdoor photography. Will the cameras functions assist me, or be an obstacle to overcome? Will it focus quickly enough? Stand up to the weather and terrain I frequently find myself in? Most importantly, will the image quality be up to the standards that my clients and I demand? Canon has always been interested in what those of us in the field have to say, and the improvements made over the years reflect that input. If not for the fullframe sensor on the EOS 5D, for example, this dramatic fisheye shot would not be possible. Occasionally theyll even think of something I didnt even know I needed!
Camera: EOS 5D Lens: EF 15mm f/2.8 Fisheye
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Actual Size (Shown with optional Battery Grip BG-E4)
Historically, full frame digital sensors were reserved only for the very top end of Digital SLR lines. The EOS 5D is the 3rd camera in the EOS Digital SLR line to use a full-frame sensor, eliminating the lens conversion factor so that lenses function as they would on a 35mm camera. With a 12.8 Megapixel CMOS sensor, the 5D produces a large file with enough information to reduce electronic distortions out of the camera. Besides being a welcome feature to wide-angle enthusiasts, the sensor also realizes the full potential of Canons tilt-shift lenses. Add the choice of 3 focusing screens, including one with grid lines, and the EOS 5D is the perfect camera for creating fast, huge digital architectural photos. The EOS 5D also adds a 9-point AF sensor, with 6 additional supplemental focusing points, which bring a new level of accuracy to focus tracking. These new features combine with a new 3.5% spot meter and Canons Picture Style feature, resulting in superior color accuracy and much, much more.
Long before I switched to Canon digital SLRs, I made
a list of features that I required in a digital camera. Canon was the first (and remains the only) manufacturer to meet my requirements: full frame sensor, high pixel count, bright LCD review, rapid operation and superlative image quality. I bought one of the first EOS-1Ds cameras available, and every iteration since has only improved upon its versatile, intelligent and reliable design. Now with the EOS 5D I've got another great option. A higher resolution full-frame camera in a compact, lightweight body that affords me more versatility than ever before. The high resolution, wide tonal range sensor made this kitchen image possible. Note the extreme density rangefrom bright chrome to dark woodand the mixed lighting. The Canon sensor takes mixed light sources in stride, allowing faithful image capture without supplemental lighting.
Camera: EOS 5D Lens: TS-E 24mm f/3.5L
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Rugged Build Quality, Total Flexibility
Digital Solutions and Connections
Photographers have come to expect stellar images from Canon digital SLRs. And along with excellent optics, powerful processors and smooth sensors, Canon digital SLRs are complemented by renowned build quality for ergonomic and reliable operation, whether in the studio or the field. EOS-1 series cameras have rigid, well-coated magnesium alloy bodies, as well as being dust-proof and weatherresistant for shooting in even the most inclement conditions. In addition, the shutters are designed to endure 200,000 cycles (100,000 for the EOS 5D). With newly strengthened accessory shoes, electromagnetic shielding to help reduce noise, all in elegant, durable bodies, these SLRs are a pleasure to hold and use.
Reflecting the range of viewing and image transfer possibilities available today, the EOS-1Ds Mark II, EOS-1D Mark II N and EOS 5D have a video OUT terminal, perfect for viewing images on a television screen. And in addition to a standard professional IEEE1394 (FireWire) port on the 1Ds Mark II and 1D Mark II N, all three include a USB 2.0 port (Hi-Speed USB on the EOS 5D) for connection to computers or direct connection to compatible printers. Once transferred to a computer, Canons EOS Digital Solution Disk (Ver. 11.0 as of September 2005), and Digital Photo Professional (Ver. 2.0), add a combination of powerful, easy to use tools designed to seamlessly transform data captured by the cameras into spectacular digital files, perfect for any application the photographer may have in mind.
Digital Photo Professional (Version 2.0) Digital Photo Professional is a RAW image processing application featuring a newly designed, dedicated image processing engine which is optimized to streamline the workflow demands of professional digital photographers. It enables high-speed RAW image processing and preview, support for sRGB, Adobe RGB and Wide Gamut RGB color spaces, and is CMS (Color Management System) compatible. In addition to numerous controls for exposure and color settings, it also includes a cropping tool, a navigation tool, CMYK printer simulation, batch conversion, multiple image download and download to applications other than Photoshop.
EOS Solution Disk (Version 11.0) The EOS Solution Disk includes ZoomBrowser EX 5.5 and ImageBrowser 5.5, which provide dedicated support for downloading and simple RAW image adjustment, EOS Capture 1.5, a remote capture tool, which offers improvements in both speed and usability over previous programs.
Shooting boats means consistently exposing my equipment to the most demanding and equipmentthreatening conditions that one can expose a camera tosalt water! I have to be able to concentrate on capturing the image. I have enough to worry about, keeping myself from falling overboard, keeping the lens steady, framing the shot, and telling the driver where to go. The EOS-1 cameras are as tough as nails and thats what I need to get my work done. Onne van der Wal
Camera: EOS-1Ds Lens: EF 70-200mm f/2.8L IS USM
2005 Onne van der Wal All Rights Reserved.
Digital Photo Professional 2.0
ZoomBrowser EX 5.5
Easy Solutions, for Any Kind of Print
The EOS-1Ds Mark II, EOS-1D Mark II N and EOS 5D are capable of direct printing with PictBridge-enabled printers, including a number of printers made by Canon. Canon's excellent Compact Photo Printers are perfect for on-site portable printing, a plus for professionals who need to quickly produce prints for client reviewa viable alternative to an instant photo. For portfolio and fine art prints, Canons CP series is complemented by Canon's photo printers, i9900 and new PIXMA iP6600D for a whole new level of speed, resolution and overall picture quality. And for large-scale prints that rival any fine art printer, Canon is pleased to announce the imagePROGRAF line of wide-format printers. The PIXMA and imagePROGRAF series feature Canons new FINE (Full-photolithography Inkjet Nozzle Engineering) technology. FINE printers have a high-precision multi-nozzle print head designed to provide smaller ink droplets in one pass, resulting in faster and more accurate printing than ever before. With powerful software, these sleek printers streamline workflow and create professional quality prints. Photographers can easily crop, brighten and sharpen their images, and can even remove blemishes on faces using supplied software. Printing in volume, even double sided, with any number of different print media is as simple as the touch of a button. imagePROGRAF W6400 24" wide, high-speed printer Canons PG pigment-based ink set for detailed prints, with enhanced longevity Newly-designed print head, enabling 4pl droplets for smooth, detailed prints Enhanced resolution of up to 2,400 x 1,200 dpi Adobe PostScript 3 RIP (Register Image Processor) and poster creation software Compact Photo Printer SELPHY CP710
Create lab quality, long-lasting 4" x 6" photos with the touch of a button no computer required. Paper and Ink for 4" x 6" photo print are as low as 28 per print* and come in one convenient package. High quality, water resistant prints last up to 100 years.** Print directly from PictBridge enabled digital camera or from your memory card via card slot. Preview your images on the 1.5 inch LCD monitor, or use a computer. Print images from your Bluetooth enabled camera phone with an optional Bluetooth adapter.
EF 24105mm f/4L IS USM
lens attached to the camera, a special group of lens elements automatically shift position, compensating for the movement and stabilizing the image. This compensatory effect adds the equivalent of up to three stops of exposure, expanding a photographers handheld options dramatically. Lenses using Canons Diffractive Optics are both high performance and more compact than those with traditional refractive designs. While conventional glass elements disperse incoming light, thereby causing chromatic aberration, Canons unique multi-layer diffractive elements work together with conventional glass optics to reduce the effects of dispersion and minimize or eliminate chromatic aberration. Diffractive coatings are bonded to the rear surface of one lens element and the front surface of another. These elements are attached together to form a single multi-layer diffractive (DO) element. This elements dispersion characteristics are reversed when compared to conventional optics, making it possible to cancel chromatic aberrations at each wavelength when conventional and DO elements are combined. Macro Lenses To bring small things into full-sized view, Canons EF lens lineup has a number of options for true close-up and macro photography. With macro lenses for precision, and three screw-on close-up lenses for conveniencein addition to EF Life-Size Converter and two Extension Tubes, Canon has a perfect close-up option for any situation. TS-E TS-E lenses are capable of tilt and shift movements, bringing many of the advantages of technical view cameras to the EOS system. Tilt movements alter the angle of the plane of focus between the lens and CMOS sensor (or film plane), making broad depth-of-field possible even at large apertures; shift movements move the lens optical axis in parallel, allowing the photographer to control perspective. Super Telephoto Canons Super Telephoto lenses are renowned for their optics, performance and speed. They can be found on the sidelines of every major sports event around the world. From the EF 300mm f/2.8L IS USM all the way to the EF 600mm f/4L IS USM, every professionals arsenal will be fortified with an L-series Super Telephoto.
Lens: EF 100mm f/2.8 Macro USM Lens: TS-E 24mm f/3.5L Tilt-Shift 2005 Gerry Kopelow All Rights Reserved
Canons Image Stabilizer (IS) technology makes handheld photography possible in more low-light situations than ever before. When camera shake occurs using normal lenses without IS technology, the image projected on the focal-plane also shakes, often resulting in blurred images at slower shutter speeds. In the same situation, with an IS
E-TTL II: Smarter Flash Performance
Canons Pro digital SLRs employ E-TTL II, the most advanced flash metering technology, to solve problems encountered by photographers. Occasionally, if you lock focus and recompose your shot, this could result in a non-optimal exposure with previous systems. E-TTL II remedies this by ignoring the active focusing point, considering distance information and evaluating pre-flash information immediately before the exposure occurs. Sometimes in flash photography, mirror-like objects in the image cause the sensor to register localized, abnormally high levels, and would result in underexposure. E-TTL II knows to ignore those levels, resulting in the correct exposure. This feature is useful when shooting a subject with a highly reflective object in the background, or if the subject itself is highly reflective. Metered areas with large discrepancies between ambient and pre-flash readings are excluded or down-weighted because they are assumed to contain a highly reflective subject. These readings are weighted, averaged and compared with the ambient light reading and the main flash output is then set and stored in memory, ensuring consistent flash output through a number of shots. Speedlite 580EX Approx. 25% faster recycling time compared to previous 550EX. Superior evenness of exposure, center to corner of frame. Slightly higher max. guide number at 105mm setting (GN 190-feet at ISO 100). Auto conversion of flash coverage with compatible digital SLRs. White Balance info communicated instantly to compatible digital SLRs. Full swivel, 180 in either direction (first TTL flash with this ability). AF-assist beam now compatible with all AF points on every EOS SLR. Select Dial for easy inputs and user control. Macro Twin Lite MT-24EX Attaches to all Canon EF and EF-S Macro lenses (EF 180mm f/3.5L requires Macro Macro Ring Lite MR-14EX Twin-tube ring lite designed for close-up photography with EF and EF-S Macro lenses; Flash tubes can fire together or independently. Supports E-TTL and E-TTL II Wireless Autoflash in conjunction with one or more compatible EX Speedlites. Incandescent focusing lamps and two forms of modelling flash permit preview of lighting effects. Illuminated LCD panel for easy flash settings in any lighting condition. Lite Adapter 72C). Twin flash heads can be rotated over 80 angle around lens in 5 increments. Heads can be swiveled or bounced and can be removed from mounting ring for added control. Powerful Guide Number of 78 (feet, at ISO 100), full E-TTL/E-TTL II control and advanced features including FEL, Hi-speed sync, and FEB. Full E-TTL/E-TTL II automatic flash control with compatible EOS bodies, including EOS-1Ds Mark II, 1D Mark II N, 5D, 20D, and Digital Rebel XT digital SLRs. Incandescent focusing lamps, and two different types of 1-second modeling flash allow easy focusing and previewing of lighting effects.
Camera with Master Slave Slave
Speedlite 430EX Significantly greater user control via new LCD panel on rear of flash. Wide-angle pull-down panel covers 14mm lens (on a full-frame camera). Slightly higher max. Guide number at 105mm setting (GN 141-feet, at ISO 100). Auto conversion of flash zoom coverage with compatible digital SLRs. White balance info communicated instantly to compatibe digital SLRs. Bounce upward to 90; swivel right (to 90) and left (180).
Speedlite Transmitter ST-E2 Dedicated transmitter to control unlimited number of compatible slave flashes. Compatible with Speedlite 580EX, 550EX, 430EX and 420EX. Controls compatible slave units up to 33 ft. outdoors and 49.5 ft. indoors.
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Wireless File Transfer: The Next Generation of Image Delivery
concentrate on shooting photographs, knowing that their images are being transferred in the background, automatically. Whether working on location, in the studio, shooting fashion or events, the WFT-E1A is an indispensable tool for todays pros. The WFT-E1A offers several different ways of transmitting image data: It can communicate directly with a local computer outfitted with a Canons Wireless File Transmitter WFT-E1A enables fast, wireless image transfer from EOS Digital cameras directly to a computer. This amazing productivity tool eliminates the need to stop and upload image files to the computer, allowing photographers to wireless LAN adapter, or with a direct Ethernet connection. It can also connect to a remote server through a Wireless Access Point connection. Built to withstand the rigors of professional shooting, the WFT-E1A is the perfect complement to a digital EOS System. Wireless Transmitter WFT-E1A Wireless LAN compatible (IEEE 802.11 B/G up to 54 mbps) for speedy image transmission during or after shooting. 100 Base-TX Ethernet connection for tethered, fast connection. Compatible with both USB 2.0 and IEEE 1394 (firewire) connections to the camera. Thin profile complements the design of the digital EOS Operable up to approx. 200 ft with normal. antenna, or up to approx. 500 ft with optional extended-range antenna. (ERA-E1) Offers high-security transfer using WPA-PSK, WEP and TKIP encryption (180 minutes wireless, 270 minutes wired).
For Sports Photojournalism
Wireless File transfer has already found a home with sports photographers and photojournalists, who benefit from the speed and ease of transferring images while they shoot: by transmitting images to a local computer, an assistant manages and transmits image files immediately. This way, the photographer can meet any deadline and can even get feedback on images while shooting. And, since they are transmitting their files, photographers dont have to worry about changing memory cards. Whether capturing the winning serve, or the handshake at the net, the photographer will never miss a minute of the action.
AE Lock/FE Lock Button/ Index/Reduce Button Viewfinder Eyepiece Direct Print Button MENU Button INFO/Trimming Orientation Button Quick Control Dial JUMP Button Setting Button Playback Button Erase Button
White Balance Auto WB Correction ISO Speed
AF Point Selection/Enlarge Button CF Card Slot
Shutter Speed Busy ( ISO Speed ) AF Point Selection ( CF Card Full Warning ( CF Card Error Warning ( No CF Card Warning ( Error Code ( Aperture Shots Remaining Shots Remaining During WB-BKT Self-Timer Countdown Bulb Exposure Time ) ) Cleaning Image Sensor ( ) ) ) )
Power/Quick Control Dial Switch
Daylight Shade Cloudy Tungsten Light White Fluorescent Light Flash Custom Color Temperature Battery Level Mark
AF Mode Selection/White Balance Selection Button LCD Panel Illumination Button
Drive Mode Selection/ ISO Speed Button Metering Mode Selection/ Flash Exposure Compensation Button Shutter Button Main Dial
Drive Mode Single Continuous Self-Timer
Beeper Custom Function Recording Quality Large/Fine Large/Normal Medium/Fine Medium/Normal Small/Fine
Monochrome Shooting Metering Mode Evaluative Partial Spot Center-weighted Average Exposure Level Exposure Compensation Amount AEB Level Flash Exposure Compensation Amount AF Mode ONE-SHOT AF AI FOCUS AF AI SERVO AF
* Manual focus when none is displayed
Strap Mount LCD Panel
Flash-sync Contacts Hot Shoe Dioptric Adjustment Knob
Flash Exposure Compensation
CF Card Writing Status
SPECIFICATIONS EOS-1Ds Mark II
Image Sensor 16.7 MP CMOS Full-frame 36 x 24mm Maximum continuous shooting speed of 4 fps (approximate) Built-in 2.0 inch color monitor Custom Functions (20 custom functions with 65 settings) Simultaneous RAW and JPEG image capture Depth-of-Field Preview Mirror Lock IEEE 1394 Compatible
EOS-1D Mark II N
8.2 MP CMOS APS-H 28.7 x 19.1mm Custom Functions (21 custom Maximum continuous functions with 69 settings) shooting speed of 8.5 fps Simultaneous or separate (approximate) RAW and JPEG image capture Built-in 2.5 inch wide viewing angle color monitor Depth-of-Field Preview Mirror Lock IEEE 1394 Compatible
12.8 MP CMOS Full-frame 36 x 24mm Maximum continuous shooting speed of 3 fps (approximate) Built-in 2.5 inch wide viewing angle color monitor Custom Functions (21 custom functions with 57 settings) Simultaneous RAW and JPEG image capture Depth-of-Field Preview Mirror Lock TTL-CT-SIR CMOS Sensor. One-Shot and AI Servo AF with Focus Prediction. Manual focusing conrmation possible with EF Lenses. Automatic or manual focus point selection. Nine (plus 6 Assist AF points) Center-AF point is cross-type Hybrid high and standard precision. EV-0.5-18 (at ISO 100). Vertical-travel, focal-plane shutter with soft-touch electromagnetic release, all speeds electronically controlled. 301/8,000 sec. 1/200 sec. Digital images are stored on removable CompactFlash Type I & II. Single, 3.0 fps. TTL full-aperture metering: 35-zone Evaluative metering 8.0% Partial metering 3.5% Center spot metering Center-weighted average metering Pre-flash metering (E-TTL II) EV 120 for all patterns (at ISO 100 with f/1.4). 2 stops in 1/3 or 1/2-stop increments. 2 stops in 1/3 increments. Yes. Program AE Shutter Speed-priority AE Aperture-priority AE Full Auto Manual E-TTL II Flash AE
EOS-1Ds Mark II
P. Fn-00-1/2/3 P. Fn-00-1/2/3 OK/ Cancel OK/ Cancel
Set Custom Function groups
SET function when shooting
P. Fn-01 P. Fn-02 P. Fn-03 P. Fn-04 P. Fn-05 P. Fn-06
Disable shooting modes Disable metering modes Specied M exp. metering modes Set max. shutter speed Set max./min. aperture Preset shoot./ metering mode Repeat continous bracketing Number of bracketed shots C. Fn-09-2,3 bracketing: +, 0, Program shift retained
Usable modes P/Tv/Av/M/Bulb Usable modes 5 Evaluative 6 Partial 7 Spot 7 Center-weighted averaging 5 Evaluative 6 Partial 7 Spot 7 Center-weighted averaging 1/8000-30 sec. Max. 1/8000-1/250 sec. According to lens Registers and switches exposure mode, metering mode, exposure setting and exposure compensation amount. Max. f/1.0-72/ Min. f/91-1.4 Register: Press + button, then press button. Select: Press button. buLb cant be registered.
Long exposure noise reduction Flash sync. speed in Av mode
Shutter/ AE lock button
P. Fn-07 P. Fn-08 P. Fn-09 P. Fn-10
While shutter button is held down, bracketing repeats continuously in the current drive mode. Sets length of bracketing sequence to 2, 3, 5 or 7 shots. Bracketing with C. Fn-09-2,3 Bracketing seq. is plus-, 0-, and minus-compensation. Normally, any program shift amount is cancelled after one picture. P. Fn-10 retains the program shift amount. When autofocus cant be achieved, the lens is normally driven to search for the correct focus. P. Fn-14 cancels searching under this condition. Disables the external Speedlites built-in AF-assist beam. Takes a picture automatically when the subject comes to the preset focusing distance. Camera normally switches to automatic AF point selection when user dials past peripheral AF points. P. Fn-17 prevents this. Enables standard horizontal AF point selection together with automatic AF point selection with C. Fn-11-2. Adjust continuous shooting speed in 1 fps increments. High-speed continuous shooting: 8.5/7/6/5/4/3/2 fps Low-speed continuous shooting: 7/6/5/4/3/2/1 fps
C. Fn-05 C. Fn-06 C. Fn-07 C. Fn-08
AF-assisst beam Exposure level increments Flash firing ISO expansion
Lens focus search turned o=
Bracket sequence/ Auto cancel
P. Fn-15 P. Fn-16 P. Fn-17 P. Fn-18
AF-assist beam turned o= Camera shoots when in focus AF point auto sel. turned o= C. Fn-11-2: Auto AF point sel. Set continuous shooting speed Number of continuous shots Quiet, delayed shutter cocking Time length for timers LCD panel illumination ON during B
EOS-1Ds Mark II EOS-1D Mark II N
Windows XP (Home Edition/Professional) USB port Windows 2000 Professional Windows ME Windows 98 Second Edition IEEE 1394 port Mac OS X
CR2025 Lithium Battery Wireless LAN adapter Ethernet port Interface Cable IFC-200D4 (Mark II series only)
Hand Strap E1 (1D only) Angle Finder C
Extended Range Antenna ERA-E1 Focusing Screen Ee-D Ee-S (5D only) Wide Strap EW-100DGR Interface Cable IFC-400PCU Wireless LAN access point
Wireless File Transmitter WFT-E1A
Date/time CR2016 Lithium Battery
Video Cable VC-100
Battery Charger CG-580 or CG-5L
Battery Pack BP-511A PictBridge-compatible printer
(1D Mark II N only)
Focusing Screen Ec
Battery Grip BG-E4
Battery Pack BP-511A, BP-514
Compact power Adapter CA-PS400
CP/SELPHY CP printer
Interface Cable IFC-200D4 IFC-450D4 IFC-200D44 IFC-450D44
AC Adapter DC Coupler DR-400 AC-E2
AC Adapter Kit ACK-E2
Car Battery Battery Compact power Cable Charger Adapter CB-570 CG-570 CA-570
Canon EF Lenses
Programmer SP-43T7HP HD 600 MC2255 Radio V2 0 Navigation Pack P2201 Software Citiz CO 46D654E KX-TD208 I865GM-7L 1 Twin KH 2355 LYT2115-002AM Instructions 12010 POA-T2 Purejet RP-201 VCL-DH1757 SGH-U600 YP-K3JQB Software Junior 17LD4200 Thinkpad X60 Kronys 500W VX2260WM Keyrig 25 SDM-S75A Edition 3 HTS6515 12 LTV-40W1 HDC Dslr-A380L Powermaxpro WBR-G54 CD-RW4u USB Electric A835 HZ30W XEA212 KX-TSC14W Pentax X70 CDE-9841R STU1130 00G M-CR503 ATA-171 NAD 515 Veriton-FP-II FS-E11 ML-2010R Suite L MAG ONE TX-29PX15P SMX-C10RP Cgla23-4H 5 MHC-NX1 London MP48 SU-X501 Finepix A201 5062AF Avxl 89 DV 5200 ND-S1 Anniversary 25100 T VGN-AR61ZU Nuvi 1400 FA951 Canister AOM703 SP0411N-R CQ-C3400W Quantum TX-L5 Xt Live A3000V2 WVC200 SIM 200 Abit AV8 SR-S20ftfm QG3150 6842PE WRS101 DCD-F100 Asko 1475 KLX250 Sunbeam 4780 Headset EX1200 Review HR7605 Cndv-90MT E1920N Audioline 25 Deskjet 695C KR-650 DI 2020 FS-C5016N NV-GS250GC
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