Canon EOS-1D Mark IV

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The Canon 1D Mark IV digital camera is a 16.1 megapixel DSLR introduced by Canon in 2010. As with other "EOS-1D" models, the sensor size is unique to Canon, the so-called APS-H format (27.9×18.6 mm). The Mark IV offers a continuous drive at 10 frames per second, and with low light capabilities stretching to 102,400 ISO, is aimed squarely at the professional photojournalist, sport, and wildlife photographer. New with the Mark IV is a "full HD" 1080p video mode. The LCD screen resolution has increased to 920,000 from 230,000 of the previous model. The Live View feature now supports auto focus modes.

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