The Canon EOS 5D Mk III is the latest in a dynasty of full frame DSLRs. The Mk III is a significant advance over its predecessor. This step-by-step guide includes practical tips on how to get the best from this versatile camera. Most key specif......more
The Canon EOS 5D Mk III is the latest in a dynasty of full frame DSLRs. The Mk III is a significant advance over its predecessor. This step-by-step guide includes practical tips on how to get the best from this versatile camera. Most key specifications have been upgraded from the Mk II. The new sensor gives a standard ISO range of 100–25,600, expandable to 50–102,800. Continuous shooting at 6 fps is possible thanks to an eight-channel sensor readout. Exposure compensation is +/-5EV compared to the Mk II's +/-2 EV. The shutter is rated to 150,000 cycles and incorporates the “silent” shutter mode used on the 1D series. This is the first time Canon has installed its top-spec AF sensor into a non-series 1 camera. Movie formats are 1,920 x 1,080 pixels at 30 frames per second, 25 fps or 24 fps, 1,280 x 720 pixels at 60 fps or 50 fps, and 640 x 480 pixels, again at 60 fps or 50 fps, and picture quality is excellent.
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