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Compact for a full-frame SLR.
Large optical viewfinder.
High-Res rear LCD.
6fps continuous shooting.
Excellent high ISO performance.
1080p video recording.
Good set of features.
Large viewfinder with 100% coverage and detailed 3:2 screen.
Build quality and twin card slots.
Excellent image quality.
Fast six-frames per second shooting speed.
Good resolution and detail in raw files.
Reliable metering even in difficult contrast situations.
Slow focus in Live View and Video modes.
No built-in flash.
Not compatible with EF-S lenses.
Redesigned controls may take some getting used to.
Expensive compared to some rivals.
No built-in flash or wireless controller.
No built-in Wifi or GPS.
Both are expensive accessories.
No articulated screen.
No interval timer.
No movie crop mode.
No clean HDMI.
No continuous movie AF.
36 Megapixel Nikon D800 available for less.
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By PC Pro on October 29, 2012
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By DPexpert on August 07, 2012
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By TechSmart.co.za on July 24, 2012
As impressive as its specifications are, in actual use, the Canon EOS 5D Mark III is simply put a superlative full frame camera whose ease of use belies its dazzling array of features.Like the top of the range EOS 1D X, the 22.3 megapixel Mark III...
By Photo Answers on June 30, 2012
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By Wired UK on June 18, 2012
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By G4tv.com on June 14, 2012
Video Review: The Canon 5D Mark III is both a professional still camera and video camera with 22 megapixels, a "full frame" sensor and can shoot cinema quality 1080p video at 24 fps. Chris Hardwick and Matt Mira review the $3,500 DSLR for Gadget...
By Pocket-lint on May 25, 2012
A brilliant camera that offers both superb stills and fantastic video. It's ideal for people looking to get a video-capable SLR, but owners of the 5D II might want to keep their existing gear and wait for the next update....
By Buy-n-Shoot on May 23, 2012
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