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Sep 18, 2018 07:57 |  #4606

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I’d be interested in your thoughts on that cfast card David, I didn’t have much luck..? I now use the delkin cfast paired with Sandisk Extreme Pro’s

Well I set the camera to record to both cards keeping the CF as the playback card and everything worked a treat, checked both sets of shots and all good so for me it does exactly what I need with a backup as I go and for £24 instead of a couple hundred.

One thing I did find which I can't see how to change - if I go through the images on the camera and delete a couple it only removes them from card one meaning if I was to shoot 1050 and delete 50 on the CF I would have the 1000 but the cfast would still have them all. Great if you accidently delete one I guess but not very good as a direct 'copy' if you know what I mean.

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Sep 18, 2018 11:44 |  #4607

David Stallard wrote in post #18710482 (external link)
Well I set the camera to record to both cards keeping the CF as the playback card and everything worked a treat, checked both sets of shots and all good so for me it does exactly what I need with a backup as I go and for £24 instead of a couple hundred.

One thing I did find which I can't see how to change - if I go through the images on the camera and delete a couple it only removes them from card one meaning if I was to shoot 1050 and delete 50 on the CF I would have the 1000 but the cfast would still have them all. Great if you accidently delete one I guess but not very good as a direct 'copy' if you know what I mean.

.DAVID.

Thanks for that David.. I couldn’t get that brand of cfast to work, it wouldn’t format in the camera what so ever.! I even tried in the computer but it didn’t see it. Can I ask where you purchased it from.? I used my memory, but I’m not sure I’d hurry to use them again.


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Sep 19, 2018 12:05 |  #4608

cheffievrs wrote in post #18710585 (external link)
Thanks for that David.. I couldn’t get that brand of cfast to work, it wouldn’t format in the camera what so ever.! I even tried in the computer but it didn’t see it. Can I ask where you purchased it from.? I used my memory, but I’m not sure I’d hurry to use them again.

Funny enough I used 'my memory' - ordered the cheap USB3 reader as well and no problems at all - did find it amusing that they sent them both in separate envelopes / delivery's from the same place. This is what I got:

Hope that helps.

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Sep 19, 2018 14:43 |  #4609

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Sep 20, 2018 06:12 |  #4610

I need a spare battery for my 1dx Mk11. I have 2 genuine Canon ones but will be going to Alaska in November to shoot eagles and am concerned that the cold may affect the performance of the batteries and I may not get a full days shooting out of them. Has anyone any experience of 3rd party batteries as Canon ones are very pricey for a back up.




  
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Sep 20, 2018 12:50 |  #4611

Remember that unless you want max continuous shooting capacity, you can also use the older LP-E4 and LP-E4N in the 1DX mark II. Maybe they cost less.
There is no mark eleven yet.


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Sep 20, 2018 12:59 as a reply to  @ apersson850's post |  #4612

I wasn't aware of that and having checked online they are indeed cheaper but can the 1DX mkii charger be used safely with these batteries?




  
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Sep 20, 2018 14:07 |  #4613

Fordsabroad wrote in post #18712023 (external link)
I wasn't aware of that and having checked online they are indeed cheaper but can the 1DX mkii charger be used safely with these batteries?

To charge the provided Battery Pack LP-E19, use the provided Battery
Charger LC-E19 (p.36).
Battery Pack LP-E19 cannot be charged with Battery Charger LC-E4N/LC-E4.
Battery Pack LP-E19 is also compatible with cameras that use Battery Pack
LP-E4N/LP-E4

Provided Battery Charger LC-E19 can also charge Battery Pack LP-E4N/
LP-E4.
Page 35-36 of the manual. ;)


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Sep 20, 2018 14:33 as a reply to  @ Chris_R's post |  #4614

Thank you very much - if all else fails read the instructions!!!!




  
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Sep 20, 2018 16:29 |  #4615

I knew that since I have one 1DX and one 1DX Mark II. They can share batteries in any order. But only the LC-E19 charger (for the 1DX Mark II) can charge all types.


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Sep 25, 2018 12:51 |  #4616

good photos on this thread, I have got a mark iv atm but will wait for the 1DX 3 hopefully it will get announced next year. in before a 10k body.




  
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Sep 25, 2018 15:00 as a reply to  @ Juggernaut's post |  #4617

Probably won't be next year, maybe the year after, think they are on a 4 year cycle.




  
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Sep 25, 2018 22:50 |  #4618

The lsat two (1DX and 1DX mark II) were release around the 2012 and 2016 Olympics respectively. I think it's reasonable to guess a Mk3 would be released around the Tokyo Olympics. If not a 1DX Mk3, something big.


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Sep 26, 2018 02:28 |  #4619

Introducing Canon

EOS 1D X mark III and

EOS S (for action and sports?) and

EOS R mark II  :p


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Sep 26, 2018 03:05 |  #4620

Now that they are in the fullframe mirrorless race, they gotta keep up for sure. After Sony, Nikon and now Panasonic (in alliance with Leica and Sigma) that announced 2 body aimed at the z6/A7 and z7/A7R, I'm sure we'll see a Canon one aimed at the latters.
But long Live the 1D serie, maybe the next one, if still a DSLR, might be the last of his kind. Whatever it is, I'm sure my 1DX2 will still perform very well for the years to come (heck, my 9 years old 7D still do, so I can see myself keeping the 1D for the next 10 years lol).


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