Photographers have hardly any issue about the Canon 1Dx MARK II and now DXOMark also confirmed that this DSLR camera from Canon is exceptionally well and that is why they gave this camera a sensor score of 88. Not only this, the cameras lowlight performance also surpassed Nikon D5 and 1DX Mark II overall performance against Sony A7 II is great, however, there is little difference between 1DX mark II and Sony A7 II, but will not be noticed while shooting, broad dynamic range as well.
The specifications of Canon 1Dx MARK ii in brief.
- 24.2-Mpix APS-C CMOS sensor
- Digic 6+ image processor
- 3.2-inch 1.62m-dot touchscreen LCD monitor
- DCI 4K video at up to 60 fps
- 61-point high-density reticular AF II system
- Dual Pixel CMOS AF and Movie Servo AF
- ISO up to 51,200 and 409,600 with expansion
- 14 fps shooting in RAW with AE/AF; 16 fps in LV mode
- Built-in GPS
- CFast and CF card slots
Here is what DXOMark said about Canon 1DX MK 2.
This is a well-deserved result for Canon, and this versatile sensor should prove attractive to a wide range of photographers, including those that work in multiple disciplines. The wide dynamic range at low ISOs should appeal to all photographers, but especially those using it for landscapes, and the low noise at high ISOs will also appeal to action and sports photographers. Although the new model is aimed primarily at that market, the increase in pixel count over its predecessor now matches that of the earlier EOS-1Ds Mk III, a model that’s still highly regarded for editorial and commercial work. It is not too much of a stretch to view the new EOS-1D X Mk II as the natural successor to that camera, and its wide range of capabilities, including DCI 4K video, make it look highly tempting. Sure, it would have been great to see a higher pixel count, but overall, the sensor performance offers photographers the versatility to tackle a wide range of assignments with just one camera.