The next camera in the 1D X line adds some new bells, but sticks with the 4K60p whistle.
Canon has officially announced the development of the highly-anticipated successor to its flagship 1D X Mark II DSLR, the new EOS-1D X Mark III.
The 1D X Mark III builds upon its predecessor in many ways, especially when it comes to autofocus. It features an enhanced autofocus system with a new algorithm, subject tracking using Deep Learning Technology, and an optical viewfinder that uses a new autofocus sensor that has 28x the resolution of the 1D X Mark II.
Furthermore, shooters will be able to use 525 AF areas with the Dual Pixel CMOS AF system, covering the image sensor by 90 percent horizontally and 100 percent vertically. And these new AF and AE systems will be able to support much faster frame rates (for photographers, at least) when using either the optical viewfinder (up to about 16fps mechanical shutter) or Live View (up to about 20fps mechanical or electronic shutter). See more at NoFilmSchool.