Canon Black EOS 5D Mark III Digital SLR Camera with 22.3 Megapixels (Body Only)

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  • 22.3 megapixel resolution
  • 3.2" Clear View II LCD screen
  • HD video
  • About this item

    Canon is proud to present the highly anticipated EOS 5D Mark III. With supercharged EOS performance and stunning full frame, high-resolution image capture, this Canon Digital SLR Camera (Body Only) 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 make it possible to capture beautiful cinematic movies in EOS HD quality with the full frame digital SLR camera with 22.3 megapixels. The Canon Digital SLR Camera (Body Only) offers a newly designed 22.3MP full-frame Canon CMOS sensor, Canon DIGIC 5+ Image Processor and shooting performance up to 6 fps provide exceptional clarity and sharpness, even when capturing rapidly-unfolding scenes.

    Canon EOS 5D Mark III Digital SLR Camera:

    • 22.3 megapixel resolution with high-quality still images and video recordings
      Featuring HD Video up to 1080p, High Dynamic Range, Multiple Exposure modes and DIGIC 5+ Image Processor
    • 3.2" Clear View II LCD screen
      The full frame digital SLR camera with 22.3 megapixels features a 170 degree viewing angle, reflection resistance with multi-coating


    Additional Features:

    • 2 CF/SD memory card slots (memory card not included)
    • This HD digital SLR camera features a rechargeable CR1616 lithium battery
    • ISO Modes: 100 - 25600 (in 1/3-stop or whole-stop increments)
    • File Formats Supported: JPEG, RAW (14-bit Canon Original), M-RAW, S-RAW, RAW+JPEG, M-RAW+JPEG, S-RAW+JPEG, MOV
    • 6.0" x 4.6" x 3.0"; 33.5 oz


    Compatibility and Warranty:

    • The HD digital SLR camera is compatible with PC or Mac
    • 1-year limited warranty


    What's in the Box:

    • Canon EOS 5D Mark III Digital SLR Camera
    • Battery, charger and power cable
    • Wide neck strap
    • USB cable and stereo AV cable
    • EOS Digital Solution Disc
    • Software instruction manual

    Specifications

    Battery Type: Lithium Ion
    Resolution Megapixels: 23.4 MP
    Lcd Screen Size: 3.2"
    Lcd Screen Resolution: 1,040,000 Pixels
    Primary Color: Black
    Multi Pack Indicator: No
    Has Paper Wood: No
    Has Mercury: No
    Model No.: 5260B002
    Shipping Weight (in pounds): 3.0
    Product in Inches (L x W x H): 9.9 x 7.4 x 6.0
    Assembled in Country of Origin: Imported
    Origin of Components: Imported
    Walmart No.: 550708207
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    Customer Reviews | 139 reviews | 4.7 out of 5

    4.5 stars

    139 reviews | 4.7 out of 5

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    Basically the same camera as the ID X for 4K less!
    2/3/2013

    Customer review by Russwhotakesphotos

    5.0 stars by Russwhotakesphotos

    So many similarities with Canon 1d X in terms of sensor and video codec, that buyers of the Canon ID X are going to feel overcharged by Canon once again. Owning both I can say there are a few things I miss on the 5d III. First you'll need about 4 more batteries in the 5d, they drain fast in liveview mode. If you have big hands you'll miss the bigger grip of the 1d series, so an extra battery pack will make it more familiar. But less weight is nice, especially if you plan on using a jib or hexacopter. Lightness is also a plus especially if you need to lug around back up cameras on commercial jobs. Don't go out in the rain with this camera, in that respect it is not a Pro camera. It also does not truthfully have the "feel" of a Canon Pro series camera. But your paying less than half for something that functionally is very close. The HDR spits out a good jpeg approximation quickly, so you can adjust the bracket there and then, and saves the 3 images as RAW for work later. Cannot speak about AF as only use manual prime lenses. Firmware update promised by Canon in April 2013 for clean(ish) HTML video out at 4:2:2 will really up the video quality. For video, hold off on buying many CF cards, put the money into an external recorder with built in monitor. Large Canon bayonet mount will let you use a whole lot of new sharp/sharp old lenses with adapters. Cannot speak of 5d III chromatic aberation problem software fix available on this camera as I got rid of my canon lenses, in my opinion they're just so bad at the edges on wide zooms. If you own Canon wide zooms with lousy edges this fix feature may be worth the price of not replacing the glass. There is really very, very little to complain about in the 5d, except that the CF access on the edge of the camera is a bit fiddly. If you can still get the special purchase price at Walmart, get the camera now. If you can't afford it now, save up until you can. Buying lesser models to save money is foolish when you're offered almost a 1d X at half the price.

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    Russwhotakesphotos
    Brookville,PA
    Would recommend to a friend? Yes
    Ownership:2 - 7 weeks
    Gender:Male
    Age:45 - 54
    Usage:Every few days
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    Solid Performer
    6/26/2013

    Customer review by thetechhimself

    5.0 stars by thetechhimself

    Upgraded to full frame, decided on the 5D III over the 6D by my wife's direction (she didn't want me upgrading to something else, again). I shoot mainly people / events so I thought the 6D would be better bang for the buck, however oddly, I found myself actually using the 6 Frames per second, something I never thought I'd use. More impressive is the 61-Point AF, at first it seems complicated, you quickly get the knack for it in a day and it actually is VERY handy once you know how to use it. Superior ISO sensitivity and noise control as is well known on Canon Full frames, the CF output beats the stuff out of SD output (using a 1000x rated UDMA 7 CF card). Weight isn't bad actually, grows on you quickly, built very well. No complaints on Refurb. My opinion, save your money and pick one up.

    thetechhimself
    San Jose, CA
    Would recommend to a friend? Yes
    Captures every moment and expression
    4/6/2012

    Customer review by Benjie

    5.0 stars by Benjie

    As an avid hobbyist photographer (used to develop my own film, back in the day) of 50 years, I am not satisfied with mediocre equipment. I gave up on film 10-12 years ago, and six years ago I got my first Full Frame digital, the 5D. Wow – Depth of field, focal length, f stop, ISO; all the familiar interactions from 35mm film cameras "fit" again. At the time, I thought "Almost as good as film", but much cheaper, since there is no incremental cost for each picture (Film was expensive per shot). Then 3 years ago I got the 5D mk II. Finally – as good as film, maybe better. Video was a nice touch, especially video of my grandkids – with a camera, they pose for the picture, then they think I'm done when I lower the camera from my eye and switch to video. No antics or mugging for the camera-just natural candid recordings. Two weeks ago I got the 5D mk III. After a wedding, vacation sightseeing, landscape outing, and general "for the record" shooting opportunities with the mk III, I'm thinking – "This is way better than film". Image quality – Better tonal gradations, especially of skin – the earth's (fields of flowers, new leaves, blossoms) and people's. By better I mean better than the best film I've used. Better than the 5D mkII. Capturing human expression in a photo is more sensitive to shading and skin tone than I'd realized, and maybe more sensitive than having high resolution. I'm capturing every expression. Dual cards – no more missed shots when my card fills (it always seemed that my spare card was back in the car, in the house, or home). Some of the best opportunities would pass while I fiddled deleting some rejects to make more room. Now I'm getting every shot. Great auto focus – With anything more than near dark (had some OOF outside at 8:30 pm in Texas the last day of March (nearly pitch black), but just 30 minutes earlier focus was spot on), nailed the focus for what I was focused on. Not always what I wanted – the 6 modes requires some experimentation and learning of the pros and cons of each, and remembering to switch to the appropriate mode. With deliberate shots using shallow Depth of Field, the focus was perfect every shot; much better than the mk II. Crowd scenes were trickier. Needed to select the focus point, pre-focus with a spot focus, or be satisfied with focus on the closest subject. The capability is there for perfection, however, and I know I'm getting in-focused pictures of things and people I'd never have gotten with any other camera I've used. Quiet shutter mode – Wonderful! In a public setting, or with kids/animals, I can take pictures without distracting anyone. I'm much more willing to take the shot and capture the moment now with the mk III. Chromatic Aberration Correction – Finally! Amateurs don't always get to choose the perfect shooting angle; I have more backlit pictures than I'd care to admit. However, with some lenses the CA is awful. Found no purple or green fringing with high contrast shots with the mk III, while many of my mk II photos would be unusable. More keepers. The many other little features (HDR – tried a few), lock on mode dial, etc. all add up to more good photos taken & fewer missed opportunities. Bottom line – I'm capturing more photos, good photos, and getting more beautiful pictures of people and things than with any other camera I've used, and that is what photography is about for me. Terrific!!!

    Benjie
    Central CT
    Would recommend to a friend? Yes
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