on the elan 7 there is a switch to enable or disable the eye control pretty simple if you dont want to use it, I would guess they would put something similar on it
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What a bunch of know nothing Canonites! The answer is the egg. It's not the kid/cat/dog/friend. It's always the EGG. And you call yourselves photographers?! SHAME ON YOU!!
PS: Ok, in case someone didn't get it, this was just a joke. No (real) harm intended
I called Canon support on that 1Dx - the Digic 5+ (not Digic 5) processors alone may be worth ignoring the 1D IV. The dual Digic 5+ processors (so I was told) are 6 times faster and create approximately 75 percent less noise than the DIGIC 4 processor. The rep stated this results in a lesser need for larger MB's files hence why the MB is lower then most of its similar predecessors. RAW images can be processed at 12 fps as well. That's not to mention a boat load of other cool features such as dual storage cards that can be programmed in a variety of ways (such as a real time backup or extended disk space - you choose), bracketing with 9 exposures..the list goes on. My gut instinct (being in IT) always says if you can afford it go forward with technology not backward.I dont doubt it for a second that the 1Dx will overall be better than the 1D mk4
The one in Asian mention 5 focusing points only, he said he saw only 5 points in view finder.
It will be disappointed if only 5 focussing ponts, i hope it is more.
Hopefully 5 focussing points are cross type, and extra others focussing points.
the EOS ELAN 7 also has the Eye AF
ELAN 7 is on my list to buy, haven't run into a near mint one yet.
(I think) Dr Neuro explained fairly persuasively that the x1.3 crop on the 1D4 vs the FF 1DX is essentially meaningless. Cropping a 1DX file in post to a x1.3 value will deliver a file almost indistinguishable from the 1D4 file. Want to chime in here Dr Neuro?
Where I live there is absolutely no issue getting a gray Canon item repaired at the authorized repair facility. It's business for their workshop.
A potential irritation with gray is if a warranty claim kicks in. You may have to jump through hoops to get the job done through your gray seller.