Pros It's iso range 50-3200 Frame rate- 8.5 fps and with 8.2 Digic power MP's- I can make enlargements to 20X30 - Built to last forever!
Cons Nothing to report
Cons Pricey but you get what you pay for
Summary Joins my bag of film cameras. But having used the EOS 1D for portraiture and wildlife photography, I have the feeling that my film cameras will gather dust... other than my Hasselblad X-PAN
Pros Where do I start? Upgrading from a D60 to a 10D and then to a 1Ds. I had some issues with my 1Ds and eventually traded it back to get the 1D Mark II. Wow, what a much better camera and for almost half the price. Either way, I can't say enough about this c
Cons The only problems I have had so far are; The sensor at 1.3 attracts more dust and is a pain to keep clean. The other would be that the camera shuts down when the outside temp nears Zero Degrees.
Pros Solid as a brick, two types of media, 1.3 crop, joy to use
Cons Weight, other then that, all good
Summary Bought mine last year for $850 from Adorama...When new $5000, learned you can't keep up with technology, so instead of buying new, waiting a year until all the new stuff comes out and picking up the $5000 stuff for a song.
Awesome camera, joy to use. I don't forsee getting rid of this camera anytime soon.
Pros color and clarity , using good lenses, is unparallelled.
Cons bulky and heavy
Summary Great camera. Would like to have seen a pop up flash included, in spite of purists beliefs. Main gripe is not with the camera, but with the instructional booklet that comes with it. It is quite small, so naturally the print is often-times almost microscopic. The writing is too brief,convoluted and often confusing. Canon offers no classes I know of for assistance.