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CANON EOS 5D MARK III BODY
The Canon ESO 5d Mark III Body is a serious camera for serious photographers—or even those who take their photography seriously. From crisp HD video available in multiple frame rates to a tough, durable magnesium-alloy body, the Canon 5D Mark III has all of the right moves in all of the right places:
If you want performance no matter where your next photograph is, this Canon 5d3 has it where it counts—which is to say, well, everywhere.
Learn about the CANON EOS 5D MARK III BODY
Versatility. It’s a word that photographers—both amateur and professional—look for in their cameras. But how often have you really sat down to consider what goes into making a camera like the Canon ESO 5d Mark III Body versatile? A versatile camera will be capable of many things, after all, from shooting in dim and natural lighting to handling processing speeds that keep you on the go.
The Canon 5D Mark III is indeed a versatile piece of equipment, but as you’re going to find out, that means more than simply dragging it with you to every event on your calendar. It means procuring a camera capable of astounding still shots as well as crisp HD video. It means an intelligent viewfinder capable of 100% field of view no matter what your favorite shot is—including landscape, live events, and more.
But enough about versatility - what about quality? The Canon 5d Mark III has it in abundance—and it has it where it counts. The 22.3 Megapixel full-frame CMOS sensor, the 14-bit A/D conversion, the wide range ISO setting 100 25600—it all goes into constructing a beautifully-functioning camera capable of delivering crisp and clear shots, frame after frame. But don’t Adorama’s word for it. Check out the specs for yourself:
You can do a lot with the Canon ESO 5d Mark III Body—perhaps more than you’re ready for. But if you’ve been thinking about a leap to a more professional piece of equipment, you would be hard-pressed to do better than the EOS-5d-Mark III. Not only is this camera ready for action, it’s ready to be with you for the long haul.
From the Manufacturer
Canon EOS 5D Mark III Pro HDSLR the Long-awaited successor to groundbreaking Canon 5D Mark II
The Canon EOS 5D Mark III is an HDSLR designed to build on the unprecedented success of its predecessor, the Canon EOS 5D Mark II. The 5DMII broke new ground in the world of HD video, offering true high-resolution, cinema-quality video capture for the first time in a DSLR, and started a resolution in cinematography that continues to this day. The 22-megapixel Canon EOS 5D Mark III offers new autofocusing, metering and sensor technology and incorporates feedback from professional users to take this legacy to an entirely new level.
• Full frame 36x24mm, 22 megapixel CMOS sensor ISO range 100-25600, expandable to 104,200.
• 14-bit A/D conversion
• Shutter speeds 1/8000-30 seconds
• 63-zone dual layer iFCL Metering
• Exposure compensation in +/- 5 stops in 1/3 or 1/2-stop increments
• 61-point high-density reticular AF with up to 41 cross-type points
• 3.2-inch LCD finder with 1.04 million dot resolution
• 1080p HD video capture in AVI, RAW, H.265, MOV and MPEG-4
• Manual exposure control and multiple frame rates in videos
• CF and SD card slots
• 6fps burst rate HDR mode Magnesium-alloy body,
• enhanced dust and weather resistance
• New customizable controls
• Electronic level
• Claimed shutter durability of 150,000 cycles
• Slilent & Low vibration modes
New sensor, focusing and metering systems
The Canon EOS 5D Mark III is built around a new 22.3 megapixel full-frame, self-cleaning CMOS sensor and promises high perforance and claims improved noise reduction at higher ISOs with its DIGIC 5+ sensor and up to 6 frames per second burst rate in RAW and JPEG. Additional technological advancements include an Intelligent Viewfinder, Canon's advanced iFCL metering system, High Dynamic Range (HDR), and Multiple Exposure mode.
A newly-designed 61-Point High-Density Reticular AF system is said to be Canon's most sophisticated AF to date, featuring multi-zonewide-area AF for better tracking. A new dedicated AF menu tab saves users from digging through menu functions. A new Multi-layer iFCL (intelligent Focus Color Luminance) metering system takes color and luminosity surrounding chosen AF points into account, whichCanon says will provide new levels of accuracy in fast-changing, tricky light.
Another new feature is High Dynamic Range (HDR); the Canon EOS 5D Mark III can merge 3 images at different exposures to create a final image with a broad range of shadow and highlight detail. In-camera HDR can cover a range up to +/- 3 stops in five different settings. The camera's control layout has been changed, with Canon adding more customizable controls and a new ergonomic design. A new "intelligent viewfinder" includes 100% coverage and a dual-axis electronic level indicator.
Improvements in video capture
The video and cinema industries have been eagerly anticipating the Canon EOS 5D Mark III for improvements over its groundbreaking predecessor. Canon claims the 5D Mark III can capture HD video with a level of sophistication on par with professional movie camerasoffering phenomenal performance on a DSLR. It offers both All-I and IPB compression, supports H.264/MPEG-4 AVC High Profile, and automatically splits files greater than 4GB (FAT specifications) for extended recording without interruption.
The Canon 5D Mark III offers the option of timecoding during recording only (Rec Run) or at all times (Free Run), useful for multi-camera shoots. It also features improved sound recording adjustment capabilities, offering 64-step volume control accessible through the Quick Control screen during video shooting, plus a dedicated headphone jack for convenience in shooting. The CMOS sensor's new drive system is said to significantly increas image processor performance, reducing color artifacts and moiré (a commonproblem that occurs in scenes with horizontal lines), and ensures that the EOS 5D Mark III can record at a number of frame rates up to ISO 25600 in H mode.
The Canon 5D Mark III is commonly used for Family photos, Landscape/scenery, Low light, Sports/action, Travel, Video, Weddings, Wildlife and more.The Canon 5D Mark III is most used by customers who consider themselves to be a Photo enthusiast, Pro photographer, Semi-pro photographer among others.The Canon 5D Mark III is popular because customers like the following qualities of the Canon 5D Mark III: Easy to use, Fast / accurate auto-focus, Fast shutter speed, Good image quality, High ISO performance, Image stabilization, Large clear LCD and Quiet
Most Liked Positive Review
Upgraded to full frame, decided on the 5D III over the 6D by my wife's direction (she didn't want me upgrading to something else, again). I shoot mainly people / events so I thought the 6D would be better bang for the buck, however oddly, I found myself actually using the 6 Frames per second, something I never thought I'd use. More impressive is the 61-Point AF, at first it seems complicated, you quickly get the knack for it in a day and it actually is VERY handy once you know how to use it. ...View full Review
Upgraded to full frame, decided on the 5D III over the 6D by my wife's direction (she didn't want me upgrading to something else, again). I shoot mainly people / events so I thought the 6D would be better bang for the buck, however oddly, I found myself actually using the 6 Frames per second, something I never thought I'd use. More impressive is the 61-Point AF, at first it seems complicated, you quickly get the knack for it in a day and it actually is VERY handy once you know how to use it. Superior ISO sensitivity and noise control as is well known on Canon Full frames, the CF output beats the stuff out of SD output (using a 1000x rated UDMA 7 CF card). Weight isn't bad actually, grows on you quickly, built very well. No complaints on Refurb. My opinion, save your money and pick one up.
Most Liked Negative Review
Zero stars for reliability
This is just one man's experience but my 5Diii purchased in April 2012 has died on me after less than 3 months of very gentle use. It simply would not power on one day - no damage, no drop - just stopped working. Returned to Canon USA repair center at a shipping cost of $50 to me. A week later I have received the camera back with the service order saying the power supply was defective and has been replaced & all functions have been tested and confirmed as working - they are not. The camera wa...View full Review
This is just one man's experience but my 5Diii purchased in April 2012 has died on me after less than 3 months of very gentle use. It simply would not power on one day - no damage, no drop - just stopped working. Returned to Canon USA repair center at a shipping cost of $50 to me. A week later I have received the camera back with the service order saying the power supply was defective and has been replaced & all functions have been tested and confirmed as working - they are not. The camera was returned to me and it still will not power on. Obviously I was very upset and called Canon to demand they replace my brand new, very expensive camera body that has now twice proven defective - they won't. I will be forced to send the camera back to them yet again for "repairs" and hope that it is returned to me working this time. Even if they somehow fix the problem I have no guarantee this is not going to be a recurring problem for the life of the camera and the warranty on the repair only lasts 6 months - this is less than the factory warranty on the original purchase - how does that make sense? Sure it's a great camera when it works but based on this experience I cannot recommend it. If you're going to purchase this camera please do yourself a favor and also purchase additional repair coverage as I did - you could be stuck with a defective camera too.
Reviewed by 264 customers
Bought it for my brother who is semi professional upgraded from 6d and he loves it.
I upgraded from Canon 7D to full frame Canon 5D Mark III and I am happy to say that the photos are fantastic. I loved the 7 D, but this was a seriously great upgrade for me!
Great camera. Takes very high quality images . I'm very happy with this camera. This is my 3rd Canon after an AE-1 program and an EOS 1 Ds. The menu is very intuitive and very easy to learn to use.
Purchase the 5d mark iii 6 weeks ago. All of sudden it stopped powering up. Went completely dead. Using original canon batteries. Vey disappointing that after spending several thousand dollars I have received a "lemon".
Older professionals are looking to shed weight. A camera bag with 2 5D Mark III bodies, three lenses, 2 flashes, batteries, filters, etc. weighs a lot. If traveling you can shed a flash unit and maybe a lens. The move is mirrorless lighter camera and lenses. Canon is not only not listening or reading but coming out with a 50 megapixel camera to get in the big pixel game. Unfortunately it is way beyond pricey if the news is correct. My canons have served me well for 20 plus years but going to switch to light in every way.
After using my 70D for a year and looking for a second camera, I decided to go full frame with the 5Diii. In principle because of lower noise at higher ISO. The 5Diii has exceeded my expectations, especially in low light conditions such a photographing concerts with high ISO settings. Focus is very fast, and I recommend the battery grip for extended time of camera use though adds to the bulk and weight, but worth it. My main cons are the poor/slow AF in live view and absence of touch-tilt LCD screen. The 70D will remain my GoTo video DSLR, which it was well designed.
I recently purchased the 5DIII, 24-70mm, 70-200mm, and 100-400mm camera and lenses. For me this was a long awaited purchase coming from the T3i. I could not be any happier!!! I shoot in all formats from night photography to sporting events and the quality of these lenses and camera are second to none. My photos have increased in quality, clarity and the ability to capture that special moment is excellent!! I am looking forward to many YEARS with this equipment and the qaulity of CANON!!!
Sharp beautiful photos, I am very happy with my purchase. It's a great addition to my canon 7d.
I've had my mark3 since June 2012. I also own the mark2. I now use it as a backup camera. No comparison in my opinion. Last week the top part of the dial came off my camera while traveling on the plane to Atlanta. So disappointed. The camera never left my neck. The dial was stuck on the A setting. needless to say wrecked my week in Atlanta. I'm sending it in for repair. Still a faithful canon user.
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