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  • 22.3 MP Digital SLR Camera
  • CMOS Sensor
  • DIGIC 5+ Processor
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Canon EOS 5D Mark III winner of 2012 TIPA Award for Best Video DSLR

22.3 Megapixel full-frame CMOS sensor

The EOS 5D Mark III features a newly developed Canon full-frame 22.3 Megapixel CMOS sensor that is designed from the ground up to create high resolution, perfectly detailed images with unprecedented speed and clarity. A full 24 x 36mm, the sensor captures 5784 x 3861 large individual 6.25 µm pixels and has a much-improved S/N ratio resulting in better images from the start. A new photodiode structure with an increased photoelectric conversion rate increases the sensor's sensitivity by approximately 2 stops over previous models, meaning higher ISOs with the lowest noise of any EOS digital camera. And a 2-line 8-channel simultaneous signal readout means speeds of up to 6.0 fps (RAW + JPEG) are possible!

All new 61-Point High Density Reticular AF

The newly designed 61-Point High Density Reticular AF features an Offset Array Sensor (with staggering AF point arrangement) to deliver greater accuracy, no matter the situation. It offers multi-zone wide-area AF for better tracking, has 5 central dual cross-type points (f/2.8 diagonal), 21 central cross-type points (f/5.6 horizontal & vertical) and 20 outer cross-type points (f/4.0 horizontal), and is sensitive in extremely low-light situations (EV-2 for a central point with a f/2.8 lens).

63-zone dual-layering metering sensor

The EOS 5D Mark III features Canon's multi-layer 63-zone iFCL (intelligent Focus Colour Luminance) Metering System that integrates the cameras AF system into its readings. By taking into account the colour and luminosity surrounding the chosen AF point(s), this new system delivers an entirely new level of accuracy, especially in situations where the light changes quickly. The metering sensor enables evaluative, center weighted, partial and spot metering, plus offers 5-step exposure compensation for perfectly exposed images, every time.

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Canon 5D Mark III - Continuous Shooting

High-Speed Continuous Shooting

The EOS 5D Mark III combines fast 8-channel data readout from its 22.3 Megapixel CMOS sensor and the supercharged processing capabilities of its DIGIC 5+ Image Processor with a speedier shutter and mirror system to raise the performance bar for all digital cameras, capturing full-frame images and recording them fast to UDMA or SD cards stored in the camera's dual card slots. Ideal for fixed focus situations, the EOS 5D Mark III can shoot up to 6.0 fps (RAW + JPEG).

3.2" TFT LCD Monitor

The EOS 5D Mark III's 3.2" TFT LCD monitor has 1,040,000 dots, anti-reflective construction and features Canon's Clear View II technology for bright, sharp display in any number of shooting situations. It's ideal for reviewing settings and images, as wel l as for shooting in Live View mode.

Intelligent Viewfinder with Superimposed LCD

The EOS 5D Mark III's Intelligent Viewfinder offers a sharp, bright approximately 100% field of view with an approximate magnification of .71x, a viewing angle of 34.1° and a 21mm eye-point. With a new construction featuring aspherical lens elements, the viewfinder displays less distortions and colour aberrations than previous models.

Canon 5D Mark III LCD
  • 22.3 MP Digital SLR Camera
  • CMOS Sensor
  • DIGIC 5+ Processor
  • 3.2 inch LCD

Camera Type:Digital SLR
Camera Style:Professional Grade
Lens Mount:EF Mount
Camera Format:Full-Frame
Effective Pixels:22.3MP
Approx. Resolution:22MP
Aspect Ratio:3:02
Sensor Type/Size:36 x 24mm CMOS
File Formats:JPEG, RAW
Memory Card Type:Compact Flash, SD/SDHC/SDXC
ISO Sensitivity:100-25600 (Custom Function: 50-102400)
Shutter:Type: Mechanical Speed: 1/8000-30 sec
Remote Control:RS-80N3, LC-5 & RC-6
Mirror Lock-Up:Yes
Metering Method:Average metering, Center-weighted average metering, Multi-zone metering, Spot metering
Exposure Modes:Modes: AE Lock, Aperture Priority, Auto, Manual, Programmed Auto, Shutter Priority Compensation: -5 EV to +5 EV (in 1/3 EV steps)
White Balance Modes:Auto, Cloudy, Custom, Daylight, Flash, Fluorescent (White), Kelvin, Manual, Shade, Tungsten
Continuous Shooting:Up to 6.0 FPS
Start-Up Time:0.1 sec.
Self Timer:2 sec, 10 sec.
Date & Time Stamp:N/A
In-Camera Image Editing:N/A
Connectivity:1/8" Headphone, 1/8" Microphone, AV Output, HDMI C, USB 2.0
Wi-Fi Capable:Yes
Focus Control
Focus Type:Auto & Manual
Focus Mode:Single-servo AF (S), Continuous-servo AF (C), Manual Focus (M)
Autofocus Points:61
Viewfinder Type:Pentaprism
Viewfinder Coverage:100%
Viewfinder Magnification:Approx. 0.71x
Diopter Adjustment:-3.0 to +1.0m
Screen Size:3.2"
Display Screen Type:Rear Screen LCD
Screen Coverage:100%
Angle of View:N/A
Live View:Yes
AV Recording
Video Recording:Yes
Video Resolution:HD 1080p
File Size:1920 x 1080 (Full HD) 1280 x 720 (HD) 640 x 480 (Standard)
Exposure Control:Manual: Shutter Speed, Aperture, ISO
ISO Sensitivity:100-12800
Exposure Compensation:+/-3EV in 0.33EV steps
Focus (Auto/Manual):Auto Manual
Continuous Shooting Time:N/A
Audio Recording:With Video, Stereo, Via Optional External Mic
Flash Modes:N/A
Built-in Flash:No
Guide No. (Feet/Metres):N/A
Max Sync Speed:1/200 sec
Flash Compensation:+/-3EV in 1/3 or 1/2EV steps
Dedicated Flash System:N/A
External Flash Connection:Hot Shoe, PC Terminal
Swivel/Tilt LCD:No
Weather Resistant:Yes
Built-in Flash:No
Battery:LP-E6 Rechargeable
AC Power Adapter:ACK-E6 (Optional)
Operating/Storage Temperature:0-40C (32-104F) Humidity: 85% or less
Weight:30.24 oz. (860g)
Dimensions (WxHxD):6.0x4.6x3.0" (152x117x76mm)
Kit Lens Performance
Focal Length:None
Aperture (Max. & Min.):None
Camera Mount Type:None
Format Compatibility:None
Angle of View:None
Minimum Focus Distance:None
Maximum Close-Up Magnification:None
Diaphragm Blades:None
Kit Lens Features
Tripod Collar:None
Image Stabilization:None
Kit Lens Physical
Dimensions (DxL):None
Filter Thread:None
Additional Information
Warranty:1 year manufacturer warranty (Camera)

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  • *****
  • Fantastic

  • March 31, 2012
  • By: Shawn

Beautiful camera and a great upgrade from my previous 7D. Low light shots come out head and shoulders above what I was previously able to manage with the 7D. Fast menu is a bonus too, although not noticably faster than the 7D. Overall, a great upgrade and a a happy customer!

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  • *****
  • Nearly perfect!!!

  • December 12, 2013
  • By: Lorenzo

After being a casual Canon shooter for years, I decided to up my game with the 40D, 7D 5D MK II and now the 5D MK III. I couldn't be happier! You get the advantages of utilizing the sensor to it's full potential when paired with an ultra-wide lens (such as the Sigma 12-24) or an extremely fast portrait lens like the Sigma 85 f1.4. The noise is minimal and ISOs are quite usable up to 6400! I like the warmth of noise, so I'm not afraid to go higher. The auto-focus is superb! So fast, accurate and customizable. There are so many more features that make this the camera the one to own, but there are already plenty of reviews online for that. I would not hesitate recommending this camera to anyone deciding to go with a solid, well built professional body.

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  • *****
  • Love it!

  • August 28, 2012
  • By: Nick

I had switched from the 7D to the 5DmkII to go full frame a while back. I absolutely loved the look and feel of the full frame shots but I definitely missed the focusing capabilities and the nice physical design of the 7D. Upgrading to the 5DmkIII provided all that back and more! I absolutely love this body. It allows for easy and fast use and great quality output. The dual card slots was definitely a welcomed feature as well. Overall a fantastic piece of gear!

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  • *****
  • A Very Nicely Matured 5D2 Indeed!

  • August 28, 2012
  • By: Jonathan

Like many, my positive experience with the mark 3 so far is in part due to some of the shortfalls felt by cameras like the 5D mark 2 or the 7D. Both the 5D2 and the 7D had their shortfalls. I feel the 5D3 is much like a merger of the positive sides of both of these cameras. While the frame-rate isn't up to snuff (a feature I, personally, never needed), the 5D3 is a perfect camera that has best features of both a still life and action camera. I shoot weddings year-round, and I often require having two cameras in use - simply to reduce lens changing. Alternating between the two cameras can often feel like night and day. I really didn't expect the cameras to be so vastly far apart from each other - but they are. The 5D3 has a beautiful sounding quiet shutter mode. I use it nearly always. I also always use the dual card slots for redundancy/security. Of course, the big bonus is getting away from that pathetic 9-point focus system of of the 5D2 and entering into a more intelligent 61-point system which will open up your photographic possibilities tramendously. I don't know how I shot moving subjects before. That's not true, I nearly couldn't - which explains why almost all of my images of the bride walking down the isle towards me were out of focus. I've now been awaked at the reality of just how easily a professional camera like this can so easily lock on to a subject so consistently even with an F/2.8 aperture at ~150mm. Yes, my 7D could do this fairly well. But it wasn't full-frame. It didn't use my large EF lens collection the way I would have liked it to. I needn't get into rejoicing about all of the other brilliant features that everybody else is raving about. That's too easy to do, and is just redundant. I simply wanted to briefly share my experiences having just transitioned from the former 5D to its current champion. It's more money, yes. But it's also WAY MORE camera this time around. Think of this beast as a really well priced 1D mark 3s. (especially if you add the grip, which I did in a heart-beat. Well worth the enhancement). If you are a professional that requires powerful features and CANNOT AFFORD TO MISS THE SHOT, buy this camera if the finances have a green light. If the price tag is going to stretch your finances and you are simply shooting as a hobby, the 5D2 is probably the way to go. But if you simply like having the latest and greatest and love top-of-line tech, this camera will supply your needs as well!

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  • *****
  • Excellent upgrade from the 5D I

  • June 21, 2012
  • By: Louie P

Just upgraded from my old fav 5DI, yes, I skipped one generation. Like: AF, much more accurate. Solid built. 6FPS Silent drive (very nice for quiet wedding ceremony) High ISO, can't believe ISO5000 is noise free. Large and bright viewfinder LCD, much improved from the 5D. Don't like: Feel much heavier, maybe it's just my aging arm. Can't specify which card to store video only. AI-servo setting need some getting use to; Too many options for my taste, others may need it though. Big files, might need computer upgrades I am happy with this one, haven't try out other functions such as HDR photo yet. :-)

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  • *****
  • Good upgrade from the Mark II

  • May 03, 2012
  • By: ryan

Coming from the mark II, the camera is heavier. But has a much higher quality/better fitting feel. The lcd is excellent and extremely easy to clean. The viewfinder is big and bright. Some buttons have moved, but you will get use to it. The weakest point of the mark II was autofocus. This is were this camera shines. The 61 point system, opens up a world of options. Along with various tracking modes, it is extremely accurate. Especially on erratic/fast moving subjects. Just be prepared for a learning curve. As the options are vast. This was a main point for me upgrading. I mainly shoot fast moving birds and action. It has not disappointed. I have now gotten shots, that would have been impossible before upgrading. Just excellent.... Image quality is very good. High iso is much more usable than the mark II. I'm picky with noise. Keeping iso levels 800 or under with the mark II. Now that number is and easy 2000 iso. So overall I love the new features. If you need excellent autofocus,response and image quality look no further. An excellent well rounded camera!

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  • *****
  • Amazing Camera ! Upgraded from Canon 5D

  • April 12, 2012
  • By: Pamela

I upgraded from the Canon 5D and 40D and this camera is just amazing!!! The focus is FAST, low light capability is mind blowing. Due to the price it did take me time to make this decision, however I do not regret it for a second! Considering how happy I was with my 5D and the age it is, I know I will be very happy with this camera for a long time! I am a very serious photographer shooting not only my family but also some clients so this is an upgrade I have been anticipating for quite some time. Thank you Canon, this is what Ive been waiting for!

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  • *****
  • Canon full-frame

  • April 22, 2016
  • By: jfbro

What can I say more about this great camera the only negative thing I have is that I should have went with full-frame long time ago. But you know what they say great things come for those who wait . I'm not going to get into detail, but this camera is worth every penny. my combination lens for the Canon 5D Mark 3 is the cannon 70-200 IS 2.8 lens.

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  • *****
  • Must have for pros

  • October 18, 2013
  • By: Joe Mayer

Until the 5D MKIII came along, those of us like myself shooting weddings have had to make compromises in our cameras. For myself, I have always managed "to get the shot". But the gear has always been lacking in something. The 7D is great in terms of AF but lacking in high iso ability (though still an amazing camera in it's own right). The 5D MKII was better for high iso but needed a better AF and metering system. Enter the 5D MKIII! I've been using two 5D3s just about since they were introduced and I've found them lacking for nothing. If the need arises where the iso has to be bumped up, the images still look great. The AF system is so fast and accurate that even with moving targets I find servo mode isn't always needed. And don't forget the silent shutter. I've heard people wonder after the ceremony if I even took any pictures. Well of course I took plenty but they only wonder because they didn't hear the typically loud "click" of a shutter echoing while the bride and groom said their vows. It's amazingly discreet which is appreciated by myself, the couple as well as the minister. By now I would think most people are well aware of the rest of the amazing features and abilities of this camera. I would doubly expect that any pros out there shooting wedding all year long would know and be using this camera or it's on their "soon to get" list. Anything less will cause you to work harder and give the couple less than they deserve. We can't afford to miss a moment and though other cameras have their own abilities from one degree to another, this one will ensure their day is covered without a hitch. For me, the price is a bargain for what it delivers (I'm a pro shooting weddings and it makes my job easier providing great photos). For those who shoot as a hobby, you'll have to decide for yourself if you can justify it but if so, you won't be disappointed.

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