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Canon's flagship DSLR gains 4K and a big boost in imaging horsepower

An all-in-one beast ideal for both high-end photography and video.
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As usual, Canon isn't about to let Nikon have all the fun as the company has revealed its newest flagship, the 1 DX Mark II. The camera features their latest sensor, a 20.2 megapixel 35mm full-frame CMOS sensor. Couple that with their Dual DIGIC 6+ Image Processors and you've got a big boost in speed with 14 fps shooting in RAW mode and 16 fps in Live View mode. For video shooters, Canon has added 4K capability with 60p modes and a full HD 120p mode.


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