Canon 5d Mark III
March 2, 2012 by staff
Canon 5d Mark III, After more than a two-year wait (since the 5D Mark II was released), Canon finally revealed the highly-anticipated EOS 5D Mark III at a press launch today, along with a few other new accessories.
Sporting a 22.3-megapixel full-frame CMOS sensor, the new dSLR comes with a whopping 61-AF point autofocus system, an ISO range of 100 to 25,600 (expandable to 102,400) and does 1080p full-HD video recording in 30, 25 and 24fps.
22.3-megapixel CMOS sensor–This full-frame sensor gives the 5D Mark III a two-stop advantage over its predecessor. Basically, the quality of an image shot at ISO 25,600 by the Mark III should be similar to one shot at ISO 6,400 by the Mark II.
61 autofocus points–Canon claims that this is the same autofocus system used by their professional EOS-1D X dSLR. It allows you to track and acquire a focus lock on your subjects more quickly.
6fps burst-mode shooting–Great for capturing fast-paced action such as sports or event photography.
In-camera High Dynamic Range (HDR)–Shutterbugs now have the ability to capture the same scene in three different exposures and combine the images in-camera resulting in an evenly-exposed image. For those who prefer more creative options, a multiple-exposure function is also provided.
Improved video capabilities–Videographers can now have their full-HD videos time-coded and the company claims that the camera’s video capabilities have reduced moiré and artifacts.
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