Canon EOS 5D Mark III w/EF 24-105mm LIS Lens Digital SLR Camera

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The EOS 5D Mark III delivers images like you have never experienced before, as a result of the incredible 22.3 megapixel Full Frame CMOS sensor and fast DiG!C5+ image processor. Plus you’ll be able to push your photography to new heights with numerous creative features such as HDR and Multiple Exposure modes. Focus quickly and accurately, even on off-centre subjects, with a 61 point wide-area autofocus system. Astounding ISO range for incredible control, keep shooting hand-held even after the sun goes down, thanks to an ISO 100 - 25,600 sensitivity range (extendable to ISO 102,400). A magnesium chassis provides strength and durability without adding weight. Weather sealing offers protection against dust and moisture. Create beautiful cinematic movies to tell your story with high quality Full HD video at 1080p resolution. Capture every bit of the action, continuous shooting up to six frames per second means you'll always capture the moment. The EOS 5D Mark III boasts 100 per cent viewfinder coverage giving you control to evaluate each image before you release the shutter. Capture high-quality images that are full of detail with a 22.3 megapixel CMOS sensor and DiG!C 5+ image processor. Tell your story as you see it with complete control over an incredible breadth of range. Your creative choices are endless with the EOS 5D Mark III's multiple exposure mode.
AF Working Range61 AF points, 41 cross-type
Dimensions152 x 116.4 x 76.4 mm
FlashE-TTL II Autoflash
LensEF 24-105mm LIS Lens
Megapixel22 Megapixels
Metering Range63 zone dual-zone sensor
Memory CardSD/ SDHC/ SDXC Memory Card
PowerLithium Ion LP-E6
SensorCMOS Sensor
Screen Size3.2" LCD Screen
SensitivityISO range of 100-25600 (L:50, H1:51200, H2:102400) Manual ±5, AEB ±3 1/8000 sec – 30 Sec, bulb, sync speed 1/200 sec. 59ms shutter-release time lag Approx. 150,000 cycles Yes No
Shutter Speed1/8000 sec – 30 Sec, bulb, sync speed 1/200 sec.
View FinderApprox. 100% Coverage - Dioptric Adjustment -3 to +1 dpt
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  1. Canon Debuts EOS 5D MKIII
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    As the major Japanese camera manufacturers work through their backlogs of delayed new product announcements, Canon has taken the wraps off its third-generation EOS 5D.

    While looking quite similar to its predecessor – which will actually continue in Canon’s line-up – the EOS 5D Mark III has an all-new bodyshell and a new sensor. There are some small changes to the control layout, but it is essentially the same as that of the highly popular Mark II model. The new bodyshell is smoother and has a bigger, 8.0 cm LCD monitor screen (which remains fixed as before) with a resolution of 1.04 million dots. The optical viewfinder now gives 100 percent subject coverage.

    The new Canon-made CMOS sensor has an imaging area of 36.0x24.0 mm with a total pixel count of 23.4 million (22.3 million effective). It’s mated with an updated version of Canon’s latest image processor called the DiG!C5+ which has a faster engine to enable 6.0 fps continuous shooting (up from the Mark II’s 3.9 fps). This sensor boasts a whole new architecture including more efficient diodes which are designed to deliver a higher signal-to-noise ratio. Analog-to-digital conversion is performed at 14-bits per channel. The sensitivity range increases to ISO 100 to 25,600 with pull/push settings at ISO 50, 512,000 and 102,400.

    The EOS 5D Mark III inherits the 1DX’s 61-point autofocusing system of which 41 points are cross-type arrays. Exposure control is based on the 63-zone ‘iFCL’ colour-sensitive sensor introduced back on the 7D. There’s the option of selective area, spot and centre-weighted average measurements driving a standard set of ‘PASM’ control modes with up to +/-5.0 EV compensation. The shutter – which is tested to 150,000 cycles – has a speed range of 30-1/8000 second.

    Not surprisingly, the Mark III’s video recording capabilities have been upgraded, but the camera still doesn’t have an uncompressed video output which is a feature offered on both Nikon’s new D4 and D800 models. Full HD footage can be recorded at either 24 or 25 fps in the MOV format with AVC/H.264 compression. As on the 1DX it supports the ALL-I compression format and the high-quality, high-compression IPB format. The built-in microphone is mono, but obviously a stereo pick-up can be connected and there’s also a headphones output. Level meters for the left and right channels can be displayed on the monitor screen and there’s a built-in wind-cut filter. Video functionality includes the camera’s ‘Picture Style’ presets, ‘Automatic Lighting Optimiser’ processing and the ‘Highlight Tone Priority’ corrections.

    New to Canon D-SLRs is an HDR shooting mode and a multiple exposure facility. The HDR mode additionally includes four in-camera special effects called Art Standard, Art Vivid, Art Bold and Art Embossed. The multi-exposure facility has two modes called ‘Function/Control Priority’ for static subjects and ‘Continuous Shooting Priority’ for
    moving subjects.

    Accessories include a new battery grip, the BG-E11, which can accommodate two lithium-ion packs or six AA-size cells; and a new wireless transmitter, designated WFT-E7, which supports the 802.11 a/b/g/n networks. Canon has also announced a new Speedlight flash accessory unit called the 600EX-RT which incorporates a radio frequency receiver and has built-in coloured filters.

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