Extreme burst shooting with Canon EOS 1D X Mark II

As a sports photographer you usually want to save both RAW and JPEG files simultaneously – both file types with maximum resolution. RAW files for newspapers released the following day and JPEG images that are transmitted directly from the camera for posting on websites.
During the large flow of data through the camera to the memory card, the camera often starts to lag after a dozen images – at least during fastest possible burst shooting. With the Canon EOS 1D X Mark II, released this summer, this problem never appears. Here the camera takes 84 images in just six seconds (14 frames per second) and then stores both RAW and JPEG files in maximum resolution – this while the mirror moves, which it does when using the viewfinder!

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