Canon EOS 5D Mark III

| March 21, 2012 | 0 Comments

Late extreme night Canon officially unveiled the EOS 5D Mark III.  This powerhouse of a camera rocks a 22-megapixel sensor and is sagacious of expanding its ISO up to 102,400 conducive to ultra low light shots, though whether or not memory serves correct you’ll fail to obtain not only picture quality but steadiness.  Nevertheless, Canon has spared no options through their latest DSLR.

61-point autofocus total but ensures crystal clear photos by no redos, perfect for weddings and most remote sports (one in the same) at which place timing is of the utmost import.  A 63 zone metering system provides rigorous light and color readings even as long as you snap up to 6.0 fps.  Rounding the 5D Mark III’s capturing abilities is well stocked 1080p HD video that can enroll up to a maximum of 30 minutes in single in kind take.  And all that footage have power to be saved to either an SD or CF card expressions of gratitude to the dual slot design.

Tough while nails is probably an understatment, being of the kind which the 5D Mark III’s body is crafted from a Magnesium-amalgam and a shutter that has been pure for 150,000 cycles.  Not extreme and definitely not least is a 3.2-twelfth part of a foot 170 degree viewable LCD screen with a 1,040,000 dot VGA boldness and an reflection resistant coating.  All of this is rounded out through . Canon’s best in rank DIGIC 5+ image processor.

The Canon EOS 5D Mark III elect go on sale this March with respect to $3,499 sans lens.
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