70-200ii, 85 1.2ii
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The 1D was an APS-H body with an electronic shutter.I wonder why canon packed older cameras with some very useful features that are totally absent in modern cameras. Here I refer to the Canon EOS 1D released in 2001 vs modern professional canon cameras.
I refer strictly to:
1/16,000 shutter speed
X-sync speed 1/500
I would think its to do with it being APS, smaller, lighter shutter, less distance to travel etc. Not on modern pro APS now due to cost / usage considerations I would think.
Quick bit of research; also used CCD rather than CMOS which allowed the use of an electronic shutter. So as CMOS replaced CDD those features were lost.
What do you think of this?
I chose the "Camera Faithful" profile under Camera Calibration. The settings can be seen in this before/after comparison: