The one thing that dissapoints me with the 1DX is the buffer size and the number of RAW frames possible to store during a high burst.
The 35 frames takes only 3seconds, 3 !!!!! to fill the buffer..
Anyway, there seem to be something strange going on, since shooting m-RAW mode actually decreases the number of possible burts
shots to 26, while shooting s-RAW mode increases the number to 39. I understand it takes some computing time to resize the RAW, but this will also happen while downsizine to s-RAW. Hence it is strange that the number of frames possible during m-RAW is "only" 26,
which is a ridicilously small number which you will reach within 1.5sec !! Why could not Canon install a 3 x bigger buffer when the rest
of the camera is built for speed?? (shutter/cpu). The D4 can shoot up to 3 times more frames than the 1DX.
I have tested the 1DX with the fastest memory card currently available on the planet (Lexar 128G 1000x Pro UDMA7 150/150MBps),
and the buffer was still full after 35frames continious shooting.
Too bad Canon!!