Canon EOS-1Ds Mark II

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Canon EOS 1Ds Mark II
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Type Single-lens reflex
Sensor 36 mm × 24 mm CMOS
Maximum resolution 4,992 × 3,328 (16.6 million)
Lens Interchangeable (EF)
Shutter Electronically controlled focal-plane
Shutter speed range 1/8000 to 30 s (1/3-stop increments), bulb, X-sync at 1/250 s
Exposure metering 21-zone TTL full aperture metering
Metering modes 21 area eval, partial, spot (center, AF point, multi-spot), center-weighted average
Focus areas 45 AF points
Focus modes One-shot, AI Servo, Manual
Continuous shooting Approx. 4.5 frame/s
Viewfinder Optical
ASA/ISO range 100–1600 in 1/3 stops, plus 50, 3200 as option
Rear LCD monitor 2.0 inch, 230,000 pixels
Storage CompactFlash (Type I or Type II) and/or Secure Digital (SDHC)
Battery Ni-MH battery pack
Weight 1,215 g (42.9 oz) (body only)
Made in Japan

The EOS-1Ds Mark II is a digital SLR camera body by Canon Inc. in 2004.[1] It was the top model in the Canon EOS line of digital cameras until April 2007, with a full-frame 16.7 megapixel CMOS sensor. The EOS-1Ds Mark II had the highest pixel count available in a 35mm format digital SLR at the time of its introduction until its successor was announced in August 2007. It uses the EF lens mount. The EOS-1Ds Mark II is a professional grade camera body and is large, ruggedly built, and dust/weather-resistant.

Being an autofocus camera, it has multiple autofocus modes and uses a 45 point autofocus system, and an option for manual focusing. Its viewfinder is a "fixed pentaprism". It also has a 2", TFT, color LCD. Its dimensions are 156 mm in width, 157.6 mm in height, and 79.9 mm in depth (6.14 in × 6.20 in × 3.15 in). Its mass (without a battery) is 1,215 grams (42.9 oz).

The camera's image sensor is a single-plate CMOS-based integrated circuit, 24 mm × 36 mm in size; the same as 35mm film. It has approximately 17.2 million total photosites (16.7 million effective pixels in the final output). It uses a RGB primary color filter.

The shutter is an electronically controlled focal-plane shutter. Its maximum speed is 1/8000 of one second and it is rated for 200,000 actuations. Soft-touch shutter release occurs via electromagnetic signaling.

On 20 August 2007, Canon announced the successor to the Mark II: the Canon EOS-1Ds Mark III.

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