Canon Reveals Upcoming EOS-1D X Mark III Flagship DSLR

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Canon EOS-1D X Mark III DSLR is in development.

The day has finally come for Canon to lift the covers on its latest flagship camera: the EOS-1D X Mark III DSLR. It is still in the early days for this upcoming release, and this development announcement is simply to give us all a sneak peek at the latest and greatest coming from Canon’s engineers. The camera will, of course, maintain its core design and audience of professional photographers, but it is packed with upgrades.

Canon EOS-1D X Mark III DSLR Camera - Front
Canon EOS-1D X Mark III DSLR Camera

A great deal is still unknown about the 1D X Mark III, though Canon was kind enough to share a few key details. There is a next-generation image sensor and processor in the camera, and the 1D X Mark III can now reach continuous shooting speeds of up to 16 fps with the optical viewfinder or 20 fps in live view.

Canon EOS-1D X Mark III DSLR Camera - Viewfinder

To maintain these speeds, the camera now offers communication systems with much-improved speeds and dual CFexpress card slots. Also, for video shooters, you will be pleased to learn the camera will record video in up to 4K at 60 fps in 10-bit, giving it a seriously impressive set of skills for all types of professional users.

Canon EOS-1D X Mark III DSLR Camera - Rear

To learn more, please visit the product page and sign up to be notified. In the meantime, be sure to stop by the Comments, below, and tell us what you think of this upcoming launch and please come visit us at the PhotoPlus Expo, in New York City, from October 24-26, 2019.

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Glad to see canon catching up to the Nikon D5, illuminated buttons are a beautiful thing, I use them daily at dimly lit events, however, canon, how bout using the XQD cards, once i started using them, I’ve never looked back. Good luck and who knows, maybe I’ll shoot a little canon this time....

Hi Tracy,

CFexpress is actually going to replace XQD going forward and the common Type B version available in many existing cameras uses the same form factor as XQD. It is a great, forward-thinking format.

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