Canon EOS-1Ds Mark II

The Canon EOS -1Ds Mark II is a designed for professional use, digital 16.7 - megapixel full-frame CMOS camera. It was announced in September 2004 and is the successor of the Canon EOS -1Ds. Her successor, the Canon EOS -1Ds Mark III was announced on 20 August 2007 and came in October 2007 on the market.

In the stop-motion production " Corpse Bride - Corpse Bride " came 31 Canon EOS -1Ds Mark II cameras with lenses from Nikon to use with which within 55 weeks 109 440 individually animated scenes were photographed, in turn, with the software Final Cut Pro were further processed by Apple to the final feature film.


  • DIGIC II processor
  • 16.7 megapixel resolution
  • Weatherproof housing made of magnesium alloy
  • 2.0 "LCD ( 230,000 subpixels )
  • 4.0 pictures / second
  • Compatible with all EF lenses and EX -series Speedlites