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Canon EOS 5D Mark III
Canon EOS 5D Mark III
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  • 22.3 megapixel full-frame CMOS sensor
  • 61-point wide-area autofocus 41 f/4 cross-type AF points inc 5 dual cross type at f/2.8
  • 6 fps continuous shooting
  • Full HD video at 1080p 29.97fps for up to 29min 59sec 
  • ISO 100–25,600 extendable up to ISO 102,400
Canon EOS 5D Mark III
Canon EOS 5D Mark III
Canon EOS 5D Mark III
Canon EOS 5D Mark III
Canon EOS 5D Mark III
Canon EOS 5D Mark III
Canon EOS 5D Mark III
Canon EOS 5D Mark III
Canon EOS 5D Mark III
Canon EOS 5D Mark III
Canon EOS 5D Mark III
Canon EOS 5D Mark III
Canon EOS 5D Mark III
Canon EOS 5D Mark III

Overview

Description by Canon:

The EOS 5D Mark III is a full-frame 22.3 MP DSLR with 61-point autofocus and 6fps continuous shooting. Capture high-quality Full HD movies, with manual control over everything from frame rate to audio.

Features

  • 22.3 megapixel full-frame sensor
  • 61-point AF
  • 6 fps continuous shooting
  • ISO 100–25,600 sensitivity, expandable to ISO 102,400
  • Full-HD video with manual control
  • 14-bit DIGIC 5+ processor
  • Weather sealing
  • 8.11cm (3.2-inch) 1,040,000-dot screen
  • HDR mode
  • A full-frame DSLR capable of capturing 22-megapixel images at 6fps and Full-HD movies.

Full-frame 22.3-megapixel sensor

Capture high-quality images that are full of detail with a 22.3 megapixel CMOS sensor and DIGIC 5+ image processor. Colours are bright but natural, and fine detail is preserved even in dark shadow areas and bright highlights.

High-quality performance, even in low lightThe EOS 5D Mark III delivers superb picture quality whatever the lighting conditions. Keep shooting hand-held even after the sun goes down, thanks to an ISO 100–25,600 sensitivity range (extendable to ISO 102,400).

61-point wide-area autofocus
Focus quickly and accurately, even on off-centre subjects, with a 61 point wide-area autofocus system. 41 cross-type points (five of which are extra sensitive double-cross type) ensure highly accurate tracking of moving objects.

High-speed continuous shootingKeep up with the action at 6fps, recording up to 16,270 continuous JPEG images to a UDMA mode 7 card in a single burst.

High dynamic range imaging
Preserve detail in highlight and shadow areas with in-camera HDR image creation.

Full-HD video with manual controlEnjoy high quality Full HD video at 1080p resolution. Use manual controls and Canon’s comprehensive EF lens range to achieve cinematic visual effects.

Great quality sound
Give your video footage the soundtrack it deserves. The EOS 5D Mark III records digital stereo sound at 48KHz and offers manual control over audio level. A standard 3.5mm mic socket enables the use of third-party microphones; a headphone socket permits audio monitoring while recording.

In-camera editing functionsBegin your digital editing workflow before you arrive back home. Rate your images on a scale of one to five and compare two images simultaneously on screen. Use in-camera Raw processing to explore creative possibilities – such as black & white conversion and retrospective white balance.

Built to go anywhere
A magnesium chassis provides strength and durability without adding weight. Weather sealing offers protection against dust and moisture

Reviews

The new firmware enables HDMI output functionality, ideal for professional videographers, as well as improved AF performance for photographers shooting with telephoto lenses.

Following feedback from cinema and TV production professionals, the new firmware includes ‘clean’ HDMI output, enhancing overall video editing and monitoring procedures. Videographers will be able to output high-definition uncompressed video data (YCbCr 4:2:2, 8 bit) without any embedded icons or symbols, from the EOS 5D Mark III to an external recorder using the camera’s HDMI terminal. The new functionality will enable easier editing of data with minimal image degradation for greater on-site workflow efficiency during production, as well as the option to record to the internal memory card at the same time.

The enhanced features also include

Post date: 02/05/2013 - 20:41

The 5D Mark III has been called many things, but 'Superstar'? Wow. To live up to that status, Imaging Resource has thrown a whole army of rabid fans reviewers at its disposal: Roger Slavens, Shawn Barnett, Mike TomkinsZig Weidelich and Ellis Vener have all pitched in, the latter using the 20-105mm l f/4.0 IS USM kit lens to shoot the review gallery pics.

"The Canon 5D Mark III is a true "superstar" camera, with impressive capabilities for both still and video shooting. It suits the needs of well-heeled amateurs and working pros equally well, and while its resolution is only very slightly higher than that of the 5D Mark II, the Canon 5D Mark III offers so many improvements over its predecessor that it'll be an easy upgrade decision for many 5D Mark II owners.

Post date: 28/01/2013 - 16:24

Still, this being Canon wanting to tie down buyers once again, will have the new firmware ready by April 2013:

Canon (US) Press Release

NEW FIRMWARE UPDATE FOR CANON EOS 5D MARK III DIGITAL SLR CAMERA PROVIDES UNCOMPRESSED HDMI OUTPUT

Post date: 22/10/2012 - 00:00

"As you can tell from the 'Pros' and 'Cons' list at the top of this page we rather liked the Canon EOS 5D Mark III. It is indeed a great camera and for current 5D Mark II users or other owners of Canon full-frame lenses the all-important question 'Should I buy one?' is an easy one to answer. The 5D Mark III is in

Post date: 23/05/2012 - 00:00

"The Canon EOS 5D Mark III produces smooth and very detailed photos with no visible noise from ISO 50 all the way up to ISO 800. Photos are still clean at ISO 1600 and ISO 3200, retaining plenty of detail with still very low noise levels. Not surprisingly for a full-frame camera which employs the latest sensor and Canon image processor, photos are still very usable and detailed at ISO 6400 on the EOS 5D Mark III.

At ISO 12,800, the Canon EOS 5D Mark III starts to get a little grainy but the camera does well in suppressing noise and artifacts while still keeping plenty of details in photos. Photos taken at this setting still make for very good large prints, especially when taken in decent lighting. At ISO 25,600, photos become noisier and less detailed but photo quality is still usable right out of the camera and it will clean up nicely when shot in RAW and post-processed on your computer.

Post date: 14/05/2012 - 00:00

Ken's reviews are as always filled with flamboyancy, superlatives sometimes weird, but always extensive and comprehensive:

"The 5D Mark III's AF system is that is about ten times more complicated than earlier cameras. Now it will take you

Post date: 18/04/2012 - 00:00

There's been a lot of debate about the methodology and logic of DXO mark, but all serious debaters agree on the facts that is it meticoulosly carried out, and includes a fair bit of science. So, the score is Nikon D800, 95 points, Canon 5D Mark III, 81 points.

The difference is staggering to say the least, and the fact that the Nikon is a good $500 cheaper just adds salt to the wounds. Oh, and there's more troubling news:

Post date: 18/04/2012 - 00:00

"The Canon EOS 5D Mark III betters the 5D Mark II 3.9 fps frame rating by 50%, turning in a reasonable 6 fps frame rate. To accommodate the faster frame rate and to improve AF performance, the 5D III has a new, better-stabilized, mirror mechanism utilizing two independent motors (one drives the mirror and a second drives the shutter).

Post date: 15/04/2012 - 00:00

This reviewer, as all other ones, has a major gripe with the 5D Mark III, and you've probably guessed it:

"Where the Canon EOS 5D Mark II scored highly on originality with its relatively new ability to shoot full HD video, the Mark III is a rather more incremental upgrade that won't perhaps grab the attention in quite the same way, but which nevertheless has resulted in a more

Post date: 11/04/2012 - 00:00

This big and richly illustrated PDF book should also work for 5D Mark III owners since the AF systems are very similar between those two cameras:

"This guide offers a wealth of information about different possible settings and when to apply them. It explores the basic characteristics of

Post date: 04/04/2012 - 21:37

Coming from a wedding photographer with 5D mark II experience, this review is a good read for working professionals:

Post date: 27/03/2012 - 12:08

"The autofocus has been beefed up significantly in the MK III and frankly it’s about time. The 61 point AF on the new MK III is identical to the 1DX except that it does not include face detection. (Boo!) It’s fast, reliable and much easier to customize than the MK II’s AF. I cannot stress enough how much I like this new AF. If I had to decide on upgrading to this camera and money wasn’t a factor, I’d do it on the basis of the new autofocus alone.

Post date: 26/03/2012 - 21:10

This is a bit awkward, but we got two respected sites with opposite views of the video capabilities of the mark III. On one hand the Gizmodo dubs it 'The Best DSLR for Shooting Video', and with all the new goodies added to the mark II, it sounds legit. But, Eos HD, almost short of trashes it, noticing almost no real improvements since the Mark II, still mediocre codecs, and for some reason compares it to a Toyota.

Post date: 25/03/2012 - 10:31

"We've shot a range of subjects under different lighting types and light levels to see how the latest 22MP performs. These shots were taken using a pre-production camera running final firmware, so may not be 100% representative of final image quality (though Canon allowing us to publish them suggests they're not far off). We're expecting a production-standard camera and will be adding studio test shots next week."

Post date: 23/03/2012 - 18:37

Well, that came early. DC Watch from the land of the rising sun has posted the first real world images taken with a Mark III body, albeit at a reduced resolution. Also, the essential ISO train that will stir a boat load of heated discussions (Spoiler: worse than many had expected), and a seemingly endless picture stream of the 5D mark III and its accesories in various poses. This must be the Japanese equivalent to camera voyerism. :)

Post date: 05/03/2012 - 00:09

No, Gary does not have all three cameras in his possession, he just pits their specs against each other. Surprisingly, this simple roundup is is enough to stir a discussion, and draw some interesting conclusions:

"The main issues that really kill image resolution are AF accuracy, camera shake and optical quality, and it is on the 1st 2 of these

Post date: 04/03/2012 - 23:18

This is a battle none could have imagined, just 3 or 4 years ago. Two of the best full-frame DSLRs duking it out...in the fields of video:

"All the signs point to the 5D Mark III’s image quality being spectacular. Because of the high bitrates and i-frame codec compression

Post date: 03/03/2012 - 20:04

Imaging Resource has just posted the most extensive-so far preview of the 5D Mark III. Includes some nice videos where Chuck Westfall from Canon  shares some details about various aspects of the camera, including the HDR and compare functions:

"There are quite a few significant changes to the 5D Mark III's firmware, as well. For the first time in an EOS model other than the

Post date: 03/03/2012 - 14:27

Jeff Ascough shows some unconditional love for the EOS 5D Mark III in his review, perharps not unexpectedly since he's one of the few CPN affiliated photographers that had the luck (and the skills, no doubt) to shoot with the 5D mark III while the rest of us were still speculating about its very existence:

Post date: 03/03/2012 - 01:45

The first of what will surely turn out to be a huge round of previews is already posted at DPReview:

"We've not really had our hands on a 5D Mark III long enough to do much more than scratch the surface of what it can do, but first impressions are extremely positive. It addresses the Mark II's most glaring weakness - its distinctly unimpressive autofocus system - in what on paper is the most comprehensive fashion possible, while adding an array of interface tweaks and improvements as well.

Post date: 02/03/2012 - 08:22

This is the 3rd generation of Canon's famous 5D full frame moniker. Since the update cycle is far slower than the typical 18 month turnaround of the lower specced cropped family bodies, the changes from generation to generation are far more substantial. The first 5D clocked in at 12 Mpixels, the second almost doubled that number and added 1080p video to that, among other things.

Post date: 16/01/2012 - 17:46

Specifications

DXO Mark
DXO Color Depth: 
24.0bits
DXO Dynamic Range: 
11.7Ev
DXO Low Light Performance: 
2293 ISO
Image Sensor
Type: 
Full frame
Image Sensor Type : 
36 x 24 mm CMOS
Effective Pixels: 
22.3 Megapixels
Aspect Ratio: 
3:2
Intelligent Orientation Sensor: 
Yes
Filter Array: 
Built-in/Fixed with fluorine coating Low-Pass Filter, Primary Colour Filter Type
Sensor has dust removal: 
Yes
Sensor Dust Removal: 
EOS integrated cleaning system
Sensor Stabilization
Stabilization details: 
No
Image Processor
Image Processor Type : 
DIGIC 5+
Lenses
Focal Length (35mm Equivalent): 
1.0x the focal length of the lens
Lens Mount: 
Canon EF mount
Focal Length details: 
Equivalent to 1.0x the focal length of the lens
Storage
Memory Card Slots: 
2
Memory Card Type Details: 
CompactFlash Type I (UDMA compatible)
SD card, SDHC card or SDXC card
Exposure Control
Metering Mode: 
TTL full aperture metering with 63 zone Dual Layer SPC
(1) Evaluative metering (linked to All AF point)
(2) Partial metering (approx. 6.2% of viewfinder at centre)
(3) Spot metering (approx. 1.5% viewfinder at centre)
(4) Centre weighted average metering
Metering range: 
1.0 - 20.0 EV
Metering Range Details: 
EV 1 - 20 (at 23°C with 50mm f/1.4 lens ISO100)
Exposure Compensation: 
±5.0 EV
Exposure Compensation Details: 
+/-5 EV in 1/3 or 1/2 stop increments (can be combined with AEB).
Exposure Compensation Braketing: 
2, 3, 5 or 7 Shots +/-3 EV 1/3 or 1/2 stop increments
AE Lock: 
Auto: In 1-shot AF mode with evaluative metering exposure is locked when focus is achieved.
Manual: By AE lock button in creative zone modes.
Shutter Type : 
Electronically-controlled focal-plane shutter
Maximum shutter speed: 
1/8000 sec
Minimum shutter speed: 
30 sec
Bulb mode: 
Yes
Shutter Speed: 
30-1/8000 sec (1/2 or 1/3 stop increments) + Bulb (Shutter speed range available varies according to shooting mode)
Shooting Modes: 
Auto+
Program AE
Shutter priority AE
Aperture priority AE
Manual (Stills and Movie)
Custom (x3)
Drive Modes: 
Single, Continuous L
Continuous H
Self-timer (2s+remote, 10s+remote)
Silent single shooting
Silent continuous shooting
Continuous shooting: 
6.0 fps
Continuous Shooting Details: 
Max. Approx. 6fps. (speed maintained for up to 16270 images (JPEG) or 18 images (RAW)) (with UDMA card)
Self Timer : 
2s, 10s
ISO Range: 
100 - 25,600 ISO
ISO Sensitivity: 
Auto (100-12800), 100-25600 (in 1/3-stop or whole stop increments)
ISO can be expanded to L: 50, H1: 51200, H2 102400
ISO Sensitivity (Extended): 
102400
White Balance
White Balance Settings: 
Auto white balance with the imaging sensor

TTL-CT-SIR with a dedicated CMOS sensor
AWB, Daylight, Shade, Cloudy, Tungsten, White
Fluorescent light, Flash, Custom, Colour Temperature Setting.
White balance compensation:
1. Blue/Amber +/-9
2. Magenta/ Green +/-9.

White Balance Personal: 
Yes, 1 setting can be registered
White Balance Bracketing: 
+/-3 levels in single level increments 3 bracketed images per shutter release. Selectable Blue/Amber bias or Magenta/ Green bias.
Focusing
Focusing Type: 
Phase Detect
Focusing Type Details: 
TTL-CT-SIR with a dedicated CMOS sensor
AF System Points: 
61 points
AF System Points Details: 
61 Point / 41 f/4 cross-type AF points inc 5 dual cross type at f/2.8 The number of cross-type AF points will differ depending on the lens.
AF Point Selection: 
Automatic selection: 61 point AF
Manual selection: Single point AF (61, 41 cross type only, 15 or 9 points selectable)
Manual selection: Spot AF
Manual selection: AF point Expansion 4 points (up, down, left, right)
Manual selection: AF point Expansion surrounding 8 points
Manual selection: Zone AF
AF points can be selected separately for vertical and horizontal shooting
Selected AF Point Display: 
Superimposed in viewfinder and indicated on top LCD panel and Quick Control screen
AF Working Range: 
-2.0 - 18.0 EV
AF Working Range Details: 
EV -2 - 18 (at 23°C & ISO100)
AF Modes: 
AI Focus
One Shot
AI Servo
Predictive AF: 
Yes
AF lock : 
Locked when shutter button is pressed half way in One Shot AF mode or AF-ON button is pressed.
Manual Focus : 
Selected on lens, default in Live View Mode
AF Assist Beam : 
Emitted by optional dedicated Speedlite
AF Fine Adjustment: 
AF Menu +/- 20 steps ( wide and tele setting for Zooms) Adjust all lenses by same amount Adjust up to 40 lenses individually Adjustments remembered for lens by serial number
Viewfinder
Viewfinder Type: 
Optical Pentaprism
Viewfinder Type Details: 
Pentaprism
Viewfinder Coverage: 
~100.0%
Viewfinder Coverage Details: 
Approx. 100%
Viewfinder Magnification: 
~0.7%
Viewfinder Magnification Details: 
Approx. 0.71x¹
Viewfinder Eyepoint: 
21.0mm
Viewfinder Eyepoint Details: 
Approx. 21mm (from eyepiece lens centre)
Viewfinder Dioptre Correction : 
-3 to +1 m-1 (dioptre)
Viewfinder Focusing Screen : 
Fixed (Transmissive LCD screen)
Viewfinder Information: 
AF information: AF point, focus confirmation, AF status indicator
Exposure information: Shutter speed, aperture, ISO speed (always displayed), AE lock, exposure level, exposure warning
Flash information: Flash ready, flash exposure compensation, high-speed sync, FE lock, red-eye reduction light
Image information: Highlight tone priority (D+), maximum burst (2-digit display), card information, Battery check
Composition information
Grid, electronic level, Warning symbol
Displayed if any of the following is set: Monochrome, white balance correction, One-touch recording quality switch, expanded ISO speed, or spot metering
Grid: 
Yes
Depth of Field Preview: 
Yes, with Depth of Field preview button.
Live View
Liveview: 
Yes
Liveview Details: 
Electronic viewfinder with image sensor
Live View Frame Rate: 
30 fps
Live View Coverage: 
Approx. 100% (horizontally and vertically)
Live View Grid Overlay: 
Grid overlay (x3), Histogram, Aspect ratios, Dual Axis Electronic Level
Live View Metering: 
Real-time evaluative metering with image sensor
Active metering time can be changed
Live View Autofocus: 
Manual Focus (Magnify the image 5x or 10x at any point on screen)
Autofocus: Quick mode, Live mode, Live Face detection mode
Live View Exposure Simulation: 
Yes
Monitor
Rear screen size: 
3.2 in
Rear Screen type: 
TFT
Rear Screen Details: 
8.11cm (3.2") Clear View II TFT, approx. with Anti-reflection and Solid Structure
Resolution: 
1040000 dots
Resolution Details: 
1040K dots
Rear Screen Touch sensitive: 
No
Tiltable Monitor: 
No
Coverage: 
Approx. 100%
Brightness: 
Adjustable to one of seven levels
Viewing Angle: 
Approx. 170°
Flash
Flash Hotshoe: 
Yes
Built in Flash: 
No
Flash Modes: 
E-TTL II Auto Flash, Metered Manual, Second Curtain Synchronisation
Flash Xsync: 
1/200sec (EX series Speedlites only)
Flash compensation: 
+/- 3EV in 1/2 or 1/3 increments
Flash bracketing: 
Yes, with compatible External Flash
External Flash Wireless Sync: 
wireless multi-flash support with EX series Speedlites
Media Types / Sizes
Maximum Still Image Size: 
5760 x 3840
Maximum Video Image Size (pixels/fps): 
1920 x 1080 / 30
Image Sizes: 
JPEG:(L) 5760 x 3840
(M) 3840 x 2560
(S1) 2880 x 1920
(S2) 1920 x 1280
(S 3)720 x 480

RAW : (RAW) 5760 x 3840
(M-RAW) 3960 x 2640
(S-RAW) 2880 x 1920

Still Image Format: 
JPEG: Fine, Normal (Exif 2.3 [Exif Print] compliant) / Design rule for Camera File system (2.0)

RAW: RAW, sRAW1, sRAW2 (14bit, Canon original RAW 2nd edition)

Digital Print Order Format [DPOF] Version 1.1 compliant

Any combination of RAW+JPEG Simultaneous Recording, separate formats to separate cards possible

Movie: 
MOV (Video: H.264 Intra frame / inter frame, Sound: Linear PCM)
Movie Format: 
1920 x 1080 (29.97, 25, 23.976 fps) intra or inter frame
1280 x 720 (59.94, 50 fps) intra or inter frame
640 x 480 (59.94, 50 fps) inter frame
Movie Length: 
Max duration 29min 59sec, Max single file size 4GB
Other Features
Wi-Fi: 
No
GPS: 
No
Firmware Update: 
Update possible by the user
Histogram: 
Brightness: Yes RGB: Yes
Photo Effects: 
Auto
Standard
Portrait
Landscape
Neutral
Faithful
Monochrome
User Defined (x3)
Playback Zoom: 
1.5x - 10x
Menu Languages: 
25 Languages
English, German, French
Dutch, Danish, Portuguese
Finnish, Italian, Norwegian
Swedish, Spanish, Greek
Russian, Polish, Czech
Hungarian, Romanian, Ukrainian
Turkish, Arabic, Thai
Simplified Chinese
Traditional Chinese
Korean and Japanese
Software: 
ImageBrowser EX, Digital Photo Professional for Image Processing, PhotoStitch, EOS Utility (inc. Remote Capture, WFT utility*), Picture Style Editor * Requires optional accessory
Accessories
Lenses: 
All EF lenses (excludes EF-S lenses)
Flashes: 
Canon Speedlites
(220EX, 270EX, 270EX II
320EX, 420EX, 430EX, 430EX II
550EX, 580EX, 580EX II
600EX, 600EX-RT
Macro-Ring-Lite, MR-14EX
Macro Twin Lite MT-24EX
Speedlite Transmitter ST-E2
Speedlite Transmitter ST-E3-RT)
Battery Grip: 
LP-E6
Connectivity
Computer Interface: 
Hi-Speed USB
Other Conection Interface: 
HDMI mini output, Video output (PAL/ NTSC)
Headphone mini jack, External microphone (Stereo mini jack)
Direct Print Support
Direct Print: 
PictBridge
Canon Compact Photo Printers and PIXMA Printers supporting PictBridge
Power Source
Power Source: 
Rechargeable Li-ion Battery LP-E6 (supplied), 1xCR1616 for date & settings
Battery Life: 
Approx. 950 (at 23°C, AE 50%, FE 50%)
Approx. 850 (at 0°C, AE 50%, FE 50%)
AC Power: 
AC Adapter Kit ACK-E6
Physical Specifications
Body Materials: 
Magnesium Alloy body covers
Weather Sealing Details: 
Yes (equal to EOS-1N)
Width: 
152mm
Height: 
116mm
Depth: 
76mm
Weight: 
Approx. 950gr
OperatingEnvironment: 
0 – 40 °C, 85% or less humidity

Compatible Lenses

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