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.
By Macworld UK on May 24, 2013
Not everyone will be able to afford a 5D Mark III, but if you’re serious about movie making on a budget then this is a serious piece of kit via which to do it Not a camcorder, but included because Digital SLRs have really taken off the past couple...80
By Digital Photography School on March 01, 2013
Here’s a quick tip for Canon 5D MkIII users. If you don’t use this camera, this tip probably isn’t very helpful for you. Instead you might be interested to read about how I shot the above photo. Also, I recommend skimming through your...-
By The Imaging Resource on January 28, 2013
As one of the true superstar digital SLRs retailing for a medium-high starting price, the Canon 5D Mark III deserves close scrutiny, and it's lived up to our expectations. Replete with new features, the Canon 5D Mark III's most important one is...-
By Layers Magazine on January 24, 2013
Professional Digital SLR Camera It’s more about evolution and innovation (as opposed to revolution) in the digital SLR realm right now. Like the American Idol effect on singers to the untrained ear, the clarity and performance that photographers...100
By PC Pro on October 29, 2012
Breathtaking image quality and a wide range of autofocus options are among the highlights of this superbly rounded...100
By Funkyfresh on October 02, 2012
Tuesday, 02 October 2012 00:35 We just finished this video shot solely on the Canon 5D Mark III. Originally, we were going to use the Sony EX3 or Panasonic HPX250, both which work very well in a conference setting where portability and a versatile...-
By KickStartNews on September 01, 2012
There is nothing in photography and serious video that the Canon 5D Mark III can't handle. I have personally never liked the physical form factor of the full-size Canon camera bodies, but the 5D Mark III has slight shutter button angle, control...100
By Expert Reviews on August 16, 2012
A photographic tour-de-force – if you can justify the cost it'll be hard to...100
By Videomaker on August 08, 2012
Superb imaging and fleshed out audio control makes the 5D Mark III a worthy successor to the camera that forever changed the landscape of video production.Canon Inc....-
By Sydney Morning Herald on August 08, 2012
DateAugust 9, 2012 reading now 13 Read later This 22-megapixel full-frame camera is the upgrade of the revered MkII. While there are not many extra pixels, the processor, ISO range, burst rate, viewfinder coverage and LCD have all been...-