Canon EOS 5D Mark III Reviewed

“We’ve had a chance to handle Canon’s EOS 5D Mark III 22MP HD DSLR and have prepared a detailed preview and video. The specifications may initially look a little familiar but almost every component has been updated or improved. It gains most of its ergonomics from the EOS 7D but inherits the sophisticated 61-point AF system from the EOS-1D X. It also comes with a range of movie-focused features and promises of a 2-stop improvement in low-light performance. The camera will be available from the end of March 2012.” – from DP Review

“Think the wait for the Canon EOS 5D Mark III has been killing both those groups. It’s been so long that a lot of hard-used 3-plus-year-old 5D Mark IIs are ready to surrender, and the frequent updaters have been buffeted on a sea of rumors and delays. But the 5DM3 is almost here–shipping within a few weeks, in theory–and it looks like it will have what it takes to please them both.” – from CNET

“From what we’ve seen, the Canon 5D Mark III is going to be incredible. Of course we won’t know until we actually try it; there’s no guarantee that all these tweaks and improvements will work as advertised.” – from Gizmodo

“The rivalry between Canon and Nikon is an old one. Each company has recently upgraded its respective prosumer full-frame D-SLR—Nikon replacing the D700 with the D800, and Canon upgrading its EOS 5D Mark II with the EOS 5D Mark III. While neither company scores points for originality in naming conventions, both cameras promise to improve on their predecessors.” – from PC Mag

“The new EOS 5D Mark III. It’s a full frame DSLR with a 22.3-megapixel sensor, a fast new processor, much-requested video fixes and additions, and a number of features ripped from the camera’s high-end brother, the EOS-1D X.” – from the Verge


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