I have a new 1DX MKII
In the viewfinder it shows only 48 frames in the viewfinder for RAW, I thought it would show 99, since it has a buffer of 170.
on my 1DX the 12 FPS shuttre sounds very consistent, on the 1DX MKII it fluctuates, it seems to go up and down.
What causes this?
I am using C Fast 256 GB Cards, tried 2 different ones, brand new.
Page 148, 149, 158 and 159 of the manual tells you what can slow down your rate...namely the uses of filters such as Anti-Flicker, noise reduction and use of dual RAW + JPEG recording...
On my previous post, I kinda of let you read it for yourself but I guess details got lost so here's the excerpt. Since you shoot both RAW and JPEG, the best you can hope for 81 under the very best circumstances. Your 50 seems reasonable to me. If you want faster...just shoot RAW only (170).
I assume you are talking about the burst rate in continuous shooting, Canon state this as 170 shots with a CFast card when shooting raw (as you have stated).
Bearing in mind that the LCD is showing the number of remaining shots to be processed, how many shots are being recorded on the card once it has finished writing.
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