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    Canon EOS 5D Mark III 22.3 Megapixel Digital SLR Camera (Body with Lens Kit) - 24 mm - 105 mm
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    Canon EOS 5D Mark III 22.3 Megapixel Digital SLR Camera (Body with Lens Kit) - 24 mm - 105 mm

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    Canon is proud to present the highly anticipated EOS 5D Mark III. With supercharged EOS performance and stunning full frame, high-resolution image capture, the EOS 5D Mark III is designed to perform. Special optical technologies like the 61-Point High Density Reticular AF and an extended ISO range of 100-25600 (expandable to 50 (L), 51200 (H1) and 102400 (H2) make the EOS 5D Mark III ideal for shooting weddings in the studio or out in the field, and great for still photography. Advanced professional-level high definition video capabilities (that includes a host of industry-standard recording protocols and enhanced performance) make it possible to capture beautiful cinematic movies in EOS HD quality. A newly designed 22.3 Megapixel full-frame Canon CMOS sensor, Canon DIGIC 5+ Image Processor, and shooting performance up to 6.0 fps provide exceptional clarity and sharpness, even when capturing rapidly-unfolding scenes. Additional technological advancements include an Intelligent Viewfinder, Canon's advanced iFCL metering system, High Dynamic Range (HDR), and Multiple Exposure mode - all of which that help make the EOS 5D Mark III the perfect multimedia tool.

    Package Contents:
    ; EOS 5D Mark III Digital SLR Camera; EF 24-105mm f/4L IS USM Lens; Eyecup Eg; Battery Pack LP-E6; Battery Charger LC-E6; Wide Neck Strap EW-EOS 5D Mark III; Stereo AV Cable AVC-DC400ST; USB Interface Cable IFC-200U; Software Disc; Software Instruction Manual

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    Item # 930647 
    Manufacturer # RG7009  
    Analog Video Out Yes
    Aperture Range f/4
    Autofocus Points 61
    Battery Built-in No
    Battery Included Yes
    Battery Life 950 Shot
    Battery Model Supported LP-E6 / CR1616
    Battery Size Supported Proprietary Battery Size
    battery type Lithium Ion (Li-Ion)
    brand name Canon
    Built-in Devices Microphone; Speaker
    built-in flash No
    Camera Assembly Body with Lens Kit
    Camera Modes Shooting Modes:; Auto; Custom (x3)
    depth 3"
    digital zoom No
    display resolution 1040000 Pixel
    Ecolabel RoHS; WEEE; REACH
    Effective Camera Resolution 22.3 Megapixel
    Exposure Control Program AE; Aperture Priority AE; Shutter Priority AE; Manual
    External Flash Optional
    External Flash Modes Auto Flash; X-sync; Rear Curtain Sync; Red-eye Reduction; Flash Exposure Compensation
    Features Live View; Self-timer; Manual Control; Face Detection; Continuous Shooting Mode; Orientation Sensor
    Filter Attachment Diameter 77 mm
    focal length 24 mm to 105 mm (Lens 1)
    Focus Modes Auto; Manual
    HD Movie Mode Yes
    HDMI Yes
    height 4.6"
    Image Formats JPEG; RAW
    Image Sensor Size 1.42" x 0.94"
    Image Stabilization Optical
    ISO Sensitivity Auto; ISO 50; ISO 100; ISO 200; ISO 400; ISO 12800; ISO 25600; ISO 51200; ISO 102400
    Language Supported English; German; French; Dutch; Danish; Portuguese; Finnish; Italian; Norwegian; Swedish; Spanish; Greek; Russian; Polish; Czech; Hungarian; Romanian; Ukrainian; Turkish; Arabic; Thai; Chinese (Simplified); Chinese (Traditional); Korean; Japanese
    LCD size 3.2"
    Lens Construction 18 Elements in 13 Groups
    Lens Mount Type Canon EF/EF-S
    Longest Shutter Speed 30 Second
    manufacturer Canon, Inc
    Maximum Diopter Adjustment 1
    Maximum Frame Rate 60 fps
    Maximum Image Resolution 5760 x 3840
    Maximum Video Resolution 1920 x 1080
    megapixels 23.4 Megapixel
    Memory Card Supported CompactFlash (CF) Card; Secure Digital (SD) Card; Secure Digital High Capacity (SDHC) Card; Secure Digital Extended Capacity (SDXC)
    Minimum Diopter Adjustment -3
    minimum focus distance 17.72"
    model name 5D Mark III
    Number of Batteries Supported 1
    optical zoom 4.4x
    PictBridge Yes
    Platform Supported PC; Mac
    Product Line EOS
    Product Name EOS 5D Mark III Digital SLR Camera
    Product Type Digital SLR Camera
    rechargeable Yes
    sensor type CMOS
    Shortest Shutter Speed 1/8000 Second
    software included EOS Digital Solution
    Touchscreen No
    USB Yes
    video formats MPEG-4 AVC; MOV
    viewfinder type LCD
    warranty length 1-year limited
    weight 1.90 lb
    White Balance Modes Auto (AWB); Daylight; Shade; Cloudy; Tungsten Light; White Fluorescent Light; Flash; Custom (Custom WB); Color Temperature
    Wide Angle Yes
    width 6"

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    Rated 4.7 out of 5?by 140 reviewers.
    Rated 5 out of 5?by Canon 5D Mark III I wish to thank Canon for producing a Camera (5D Mark III) that could take everything nature threw at it. I started off in a Rain Forest where it was raining. No problem. I continued into a salt desert with very hot temperatures. No problem. Then we continued to Galapos, and once again spectacular photos. Again no problem. We continued to the southern most city in South America and endured cold, humidity, fog, and rain. No problem. Then around Cape Horn in 50 mph wind with stinging sleet. Again no problem. Continuing to the Falkland Islands and crossing 15 miles of peat bog in a 4x4 with our heads hitting the roof many times to see the penguins. And it was raining very hard. No Problem. Finally to candle lite wine caves in Uruguay. Perfect photos without the use of flash. Thank You Canon for producing a wonderful camera. Rich K. January 8, 2015
    Rated 5 out of 5?by BOOM! 60d to 5DIII I have used a 60d since 2011 and been happy with it. Then I rented a 5d III and that was the worst move I could have made. I should have just bought one. Before I sent the rental back I bought a 5D III of my own. The ISO difference alone is worth the upgrade. 12,800 ISO is clearer than 6400 on the 60D. The grain/noise is so much finer on the 5D III. Focus is far more acurate and easier to use. Fine focus adjust is a must. Auto ISO and minimum shutter speed is super helpful in low lighting situations. Background blur and shallow depth of field is better than the 60D since you have a larger sensor. With the 35mm 1.4 on the 60d @1.4 and the 24-70 2.8f L on the 5dII @ 2.8 (with the photo framed the same) the background blur looks identical. If you are serious about photography why wouldn't you have this camera. I wanted to wait until they release a new camera in 2015 since the 5D III is 3 years old but I should have bought one of these sooner. Even if I only own it for a few months it will be worth the low light performance. The camera doesn't make the photographer but this will make your job as a photographer much easier and will make you look better because your images will look better. If you don't know what your missing with your camera now you better keep it that way. If your a serious photographer, once you see what the advantages are I don't think you would have the option to keep anything less. January 6, 2015
    Rated 5 out of 5?by 5D Mark III The 5D Mark III is replacing my Mark II which died after 4 years of abuse (dropped on pavement from 4 ft 15 minutes after I opened the box. Rain, snow, submerged in muskeg water, banged against any convenient nearby object) and 30K+ images. Mark III fits my hands better than any other camera I've every held! Seriously comfortable surface texture! My focus is Alaskan Rain Forest images. They are usually low light, often very low or very high contrast. Previously I've had taken multiple images to get the right one, or merge in PS. The 68 point focusing-sensing points have almost eliminated my need for multiple images! It takes the image right the first time! Very happy with that. With the Mark II, I had a system of getting 6 differently bracketed images with two shoots. The Mark III has 7 bracketing shots with ONE shoot! All my lenses, flashes, batteries and cards fit the Mark III. No problem there. Not yet sure how the SD card slot works with the CF card, but I'm sure it will be a benefit. Wish I had bought it a long time ago, except my Mark II was working fine, so I could not justify the purchase. I have 2 other Canon bodies as backup. :) :) :) December 26, 2014
    Rated 5 out of 5?by An Excellent Camera To celebrate my 83rd Birthday in January and justify buying a new camera, I gave my Canon 60D to a grandson as a Christmas present. I want to have one excellent camera and carry no more than three lenses. And my solutions were: 1. An all-purpose Image Stabilized lens that can zoom from moderate wide-angle to portrait and beyond, the Canon 24-105 f4 IS lens. (Why does Canon not offer a 24-84 f 2.8 Image Stabilized Lens?) 2. An easy-carry lens, the Canon 40mm 2.8 STM disc lens. It is as small as it is good! 3. A portrait lens. The Canon 5D Mark III was the obvious choice because it is full-frame camera that has had two significant upgrades. While I am still struggling to learn all of the camera?s many features, I find it a marvelous camera! I hunt in the A+ (Auto) Mode, and shoot in Manual Mode with Live View. With Live View, I can: a. Press the Q Button on the back to open the menu, use the multi-controller to move to the bottom center of the /2 image, select Self-timer: 2 Sec, and press the SET Button again to set the timer and review my other tentative settings. b. Press the Pen-on-a Page (Photo Creative-Photo Compare) Button to open and select the Picture Style selections (Multiple Exposure and HDR Modes are alternatives). Press the SET Button to open the selections, spin the SET Dial to select a Picture Style, and press the SET Button again to confirm the selection. (As the SET Dial and the SET Button are clearly labeled, I strongly recommend Canon stop calling the back dial the ?Quick Control Dial?. This creates confusion with the ?Q? Button on the back that opens the very useful Custom Controls menu). c. Press the Magnify Button twice and center on the spot that requires the most accurate focus. Press the AF Button to autofocus, and manually refine focus as necessary. d. Press the Magnify Button again to return to full screen, frame the image and press the shutter release to start the 2-second delay. Steady the camera and capture the image. e. Press the Arrow-Head-in-a-box Button to review the captured image. Press the Magnify Button to enlarge the image, and press the Multi-Control Button to move around in the image. Press the Magnify Button again to return to the image to it?s original size. f. Take a second photo as a precaution, or shoot a burst of three images from which you can select the image in which the subjects? eyes are all open December 19, 2014
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