Canon 1D X DSLR Reveals Continuous Video Recording

If a 61-point autofocus and an ISO range up to 204,800 doesn’t make you giddy, how about the fact that videographers can now record up to 30 minutes (actually 29 minutes and 59 seconds) in one 4GB file–and when that fills up, it automatically starts a new one?

Yes, continuous recording is now here with the introduction of the new Canon 1D X ($6800), Canon’s new top-of-the-line DSLR. What? You say you can’t afford it? Well, neither can I–however what this probably means is that all new Canon DSLRs from here on out will have continuous recording. There’s a Canon event in Hollywood, CA on November 3rd. We should find out what they’ve got cooking then!

In the meantime, read the full press release at Canon’s website:

[Press Release]

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