- Abraham Joffe's EOS-1D X Mark II video review
Canon Master and award-winning cinematographer Abraham Joffe puts the Canon 1DX Mark II DSLR camera through its paces to review its video capabilities. He tested it out in the height of winter in Norway, with stunning results.
One aspect about the Canon 1-series cameras that I’ve always loved is that they are rugged workhorses.
It’s always a thrill to get a new camera in your hands and I was very excited when Canon asked me to test the video capabilities of the 1DX Mark II.
When considering an environment to test out the 1DX Mark II, it doesn’t get more extreme than than mid-winter in the north east Atlantic Ocean.
I shot these off Senja Island in Norway. It is all dark water, incredibly cold and a pretty harsh environment. The air temperatures got down to minus twenty and the water a chilly two degrees.
I’ve always dreamed of having this sort of feature and it’s just going to open up all sorts of possibilities.
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