It’s pretty well publicized that the 1D-X mark II has always-on illuminated red AF points. Are you curious what they actually look like? Sure, plenty of websites show you a drawing and describe it, but I’ve actually got a photograph for you to see. The image quality is terrible – I did this with my cell phone – but you can actually see what the interior viewfinder view of the camera is.
The red light is constant – it does not blink. There is also a variety of other display options such as only showing the AF point that is selected.
The camera menu offers two brightness levels, “normal,” and “brighter.”