How to Convert Canon EOS-1D X Pro HD 1080p Videos on Mac?

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How to Convert Canon EOS-1D X Pro HD 1080p Videos on Mac?

Postby stevenjoen » Thu Mar 14, 2013 4:18 pm

Canon has announced the new 18 million pixel EOS-1D X Pro DSLR offers a new combination of speed, resolution and image quality and is, according to Canon, the most advanced EOS it has ever produced and deliver the image quality goods of the 1Ds Mark III with all the sports-shooting speed of the 1D Mark IV.

Review of Canon EOS-1D X Pro

Canon EOS-1D X Pro comes with the full-frame 18.1 megapixel sensor, a redesigned autofocus system and new metering technology, new dual Digic 5+ processors have been designed to offer a 2-stop improvement in noise performance.

Key features of Canon EOS-1D X Pro

Full HD 1080p EOS movie

Dual “DIGIC 5+” processors

18.1 MP full frame CMOS sensor

Up to 12fps and 14fps (JPEG only) shooting

100,000 pixel RGB AE metering with DIGIC 4

3.2 in (8.11cm) Clear View II 1040K-dot LCD

ISO 100-51,200 ISO, expandable to H: ISO 204,800

Review of Canon EOS-1D X Pro video converter from Firstarsoft

Canon EOS-1D X Pro video converter has released from Firstarsoft which can help you convert and import Canon EOS-1D X 1080P HD video to WMV , AVI, MPG, MOV, MP4, FLV, 3GP, SWF, MKV etc to iMovie 11, FCPX, FCE, iTunes 10.5, iPad, iPod, those, Samsung galaxy s2 etc on Mac Lion(10.5-10.7)

EOS-1D X 1080P HD Video Converter Mac provides video editing functions such as video cut, video joiner, video splitter and effects adjusting etc.

PS: if you are a Windows user, please go to Canon EOS-1D X 1080P HD Video Converter

Compare Canon EOS-1D X Pro with 1Ds Mark III and 1D Mark IV

The Canon EOS-1D X Pro shooting at even speedier rates than the 1D Mark IV, with a continuous shooting speed of 12 fps (vs. 10 fps in the Mark IV) or even 14 fps in JPEG-only mode.

The Canon EOS-1D X Pro pack with dual Digic 5+ processors and 18-megapixels, it is 3 megapixels less than the 1Ds Mark III`s 21.1 megapixels, but 2 megapixels more than the smaller sized 16-megapixel sensor on the 1D Mark IV.

The Canon EOS-1D X Pro`s standard ISO sensitivity range is already broad, from ISO 100 to 51,200, but can be set as low as ISO 50 or as high as 204,800 in enhanced modes.

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