Canon has just officially developed a new generation flagship SLR camera: Canon EOS-1D X Mark III. As of now, the new camera pixel is unknown but it is confirmed that the camera will come with 4K60 P video shooting.
Canon EOS-1D X Mark III uses a new full-frame sensor and a new digital processor that supports full core dual pixel focusing. The sensor has 525 AF that cover 90 % horizontally and 100% of the vertically. It has a maximum continuous shooting speed of 16 FPS when using OVF and that of a 20 FPS when screen framing.
The camera comes with a backlit button which is potential enough to capture a 10-bit HEIF photo with a higher color gamut. The AF focus module has a sharp increase in AF pixel density which is 28 times that of the 1DX II. The focusing performance is based on the automatic algorithm of deep learning so it can capture shots in the dark environment.
A new method of automatic use of the AF-ON button has also been added. The camera uses the same LP-E19 of 1DX II battery but the battery life has been improved.
In addition to the 1DX III, Canon also officially released the large ternary zoom lens RF70-200mm F2.8 L IS USM. It is the smallest and lightest 720 2.8 lens till date and Canon will make it available for sale from the end of November.
RF70-200mm F2.8 L IS USM comes with a large three-dimensional lens which is approximately 27% and 28% smaller in length and weight than the EF 70-200mm f/2.8 L IS III USM. It has a length of 146 mm only while shrinking, a diameter of 89.9g. The tripod weighs 1070 g and the filter diameter is 77mm.