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Canon Pixma Printer, Photo Paper, and EOS 5D Mark III Camera with EF24-105mm IS

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Canon Pixma Printer, Photo Paper, and EOS 5D Mark III Camera with EF24-105mm IS

We apologize for the inconvenience, but at this time we are unable to export this product outside of the USA.Included Accessories: Canon PIXMA PRO-100 Photo Inkjet Printer, Black 6228B002 Included Accessories: Canon EOS 5D Mark III Digital SLR Camera KIT with EF24-105mm IS Lens 5260B009AA


Color: Multicolor
Manufacturer Part Number: 5260B009AA
Model: 5260B009AA
Printing Technology: Inkjet
Brand: Canon

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Customer Reviews | 158 reviews | 4.7 out of 5

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Upgraded from 7D... mixed feelings!

Customer review by Regio Cool

5.0 stars 12/20/2012 by Regio Cool
by Regio Cool

Don't take me wrong, this is an awesome camera!!!!.....but is not worth the difference in price vs the 7D. Maybe most of the 5D Mark II users can certainly see a huge gap compared to the Mark III, buy not the 7D users. I mostly use my camera for travel purposes, including landscape and sports. My 7D used to give me an excellent performance, but I still wanted to try the Mark III. There is only a couple of significant differences between the 7D and the Mark III, and these are the full frame vs the cropped sensor and the high ISO that lets you take better pictures indoors or in low light conditions. The 7D has even a faster continues shooting speed of 8 fps vs the Mark III that shoots at 6 fps. If you are a sports photographer or even a journalist, stick to the 7D. If you are a wedding or landscape photographer and have the money to pay for the 5D Mark II then go for it. Bottom line, if you are on a budget you may want to spend your money in good glasses rather than a such a expensive camera.

Regio Cool
Monterrey, Mexico
Would recommend to a friend? Yes
Good but not perfect

Customer review by CARedHair

4.0 stars 10/31/2012 by CARedHair
by CARedHair

I am a professional photographer shooting wedding and other events. I have always used Canon and upgraded to the Mark III from the Mark II and also on the 7D. I have problems with noise: the camera seems noisier between ISO200-ISO800 than at higher ISOs and the noise is not always possible to remove nicely. I am disappointed since this camera was supposed to resolve the noise issue. I love the focus areas albeit I wish the metering was connected to each focus point just like the 1D series. I love the speed of the camera and also love that the batteries actually last longer than I expected. Over all it is a great camera and I would buy it again. I did have it die on mt in the middle of my last weekend's wedding but I was able to have that part of the wedding repeated... still .. canon has never ever had such error with me before. A definite first! I hope Canon will fix some of these (all of these) issues with the next update. At the moment I don't find the camera as reliable as I wish it were...

Anaheim, CA
Would recommend to a friend? Yes
Best Purchase Ever

Customer review by Ken

5.0 stars 4/17/2014 by Ken
by Ken

The simple truth is you get what you pay for. The 1DX is supposed to be the best of the best in Canon DSLR bodies. The reality of it is the 5DMark III is very close. I use my 5D, purchased in 2013, for all of my photography with exception of when shooting at air shows or birding, in which case I fall back on my 7D and attach a 400mm f5.6 lens. The 100-400 is close, and a great useful zoom lens, but the native 400 is sharper. If you want sharpe pictures with the 5D Mark III, buy lens that are of equal quality, such as the 16-35L, 70-200L f2.8 II, and one of the 24-70’s. My standard lens is a 24-105L I bought with the 7D and it’s a very nice lens. Hope this helps you. PS: Your camera needs to know the digital profile of you lens and you need to learn to set you camera settings correctly to get good results with either of these camera. If you want to just point and shoot you are paying too much. Buy a camera Canon with lots of built in settings instead.

Would recommend to a friend? Yes
Awesome Camera!

Customer review by An anonymous customer

5.0 stars 5/16/2016 by An anonymous customer
by An anonymous customer

I bought this thing four months ago and I cannot be pleased more with all the features and configurable options.

An anonymous customer
Pyongyang, North Korea
Would recommend to a friend? Yes
Relally enjoy this camera

Customer review by Gene

5.0 stars 7/21/2013 by Gene
by Gene

I have had all the cropped frame canon sence the 20D, for whatever reason based on my usage the 40D is my third favorite the 7D second and the 5D mark III is now the one I use the most unless I am trying to get more range or a faster shutter speed. In most cases I have found being able to take advantage of the wider end of my lenses is a benefit perhaps 70% of the time. I shoot 70% wild life, landscapes, and the rest people. I average 30,000 plus shots per year. I did have a problem with my first 5D with focusing but this was a bit of an in convince but no problem in that the unit was replaced with a new one no question, no charge. If I could ask for anything perhaps a bit more megapixels and a faster FPS. I really like the locking selector knob, and I am constantly impressed with the cameras ability to shoot quality results at really high ISO settings. The more I experiment with the customs the better I like the camera.

Would recommend to a friend? Yes
5D III - remarkable body

Customer review by James Scott S

5.0 stars 8/8/2012 by James Scott S
by James Scott S

The 5DIII was a progressive change as I still have my 60D and before that a T1i which I now sold. I shoot in natural light and the camera is used for travel, landscape, urban/street, nighttime, HDR and wildlife photography. The IQ is superb in every case. During the day I choose the lens that suits the situation and at night I pop on the 50mm f/1.4. The night or low light is where this camera comes alive for me. It just crushes the 60D in ISO performance. I'm able to shoot at faster speeds and get usable shots with plenty of light and little to no blur. It was just what I was looking for. The same logic applies while shooting wildlife, as the sun goes down I'll crank up the ISO to maintain my higher shutter speeds and a little post work reduces the noise and again more usable shots. I'm an enthusiasts and the 5DIII has exceeded my expectations. I was hesitant to spend the money, but glad I did ... no regrets. James

James Scott S
Palm Beach, FL
Would recommend to a friend? Yes
Needs firmware and functionality upgrade - pronto!

Customer review by Frustrated

4.0 stars 1/23/2013 by Frustrated
by Frustrated

This is a great camera made into an average camera by lack of improvement in the camera since it's release. There has been no major firmware update in the 9 months since I bought this camera with the exception of adding f8 cross focus points (primarily for use only with teleconverters) and will be another 3 months until one appears. The 1DX has had two such firmware updates since it's release 6 months after the 5D3. It is not a well supported camera by the manufacturer and it's value over the last 6 months is severely diminished because later ( and cheaper) cameras such as the 6D have similar functions aside from autofocus. I love this camera but it is increasing frustrating knowing I have paid a premium for a quality product which has been devalued because of protecting the top of the line camera. My recommendation is either buy the 1DX and if you can't afford it, get the 6D and save your money for extra lenses.

Sydney Australia
Would recommend to a friend? No

Customer review by Humble Hounds

5.0 stars 2/8/2013 by Humble Hounds
by Humble Hounds

I've had a couple Rebels (most recently the T4i), and decided to go full frame. This camera certainly is living up to my expectations! Can't say enough good things about it. If you're not making money in photography, the 1D line is probably not necessary. This baby delivers all the goods that any level of amateur will need. Beautiful screen, excellent low light capabilities (seriously, ISO 16,000 works like 6400 on my T4i). I'd have liked a pop-up flash to control Speedlights, and an internal radio setup would have been fantastic (4 stars for features). This is older than the 6D and T4i, so I can't deduct points for lack of touch screen, GPS, and WiFi, and I don't see a vari-angle screen coming to the top level cameras in the near future. It is a bit pricey compared to its competition (4 stars for price). Overall, this is a 5-star camera that I will have for years to come... until the 5D Mk IV becomes available :-)

Humble Hounds
Twentynine Palms, CA
Would recommend to a friend? Yes
Why I Returned My 5D MK III

Customer review by Tank

3.0 stars 2/8/2014 by Tank
by Tank

I must preface my review with the fact that I am not a professional photographer, I do not earn a living with my camera. I have a 7D, and have been waiting for a 7D MK II to appear--if Canon Rumors are to be believed--but in a moment of weakness I allowed the local photo shop to convince me that even if it was produced, it would not equal the 5D MK III. The 5D MK III, in my opinion, is one step forward--the new AF system, and two steps back--moving function buttons around--that said, I hear the video improvements are great, I just don't shoot video, and could care less about it. I returned my 5D MK III. For the same price, one can purchase a new 7D, spare battery, 16-35mm f/2.8, and several SanDisk Extreme 32GB CF cards. Perhaps Canon can take a page out of an old-school playbook and offer a 7D MK II that combines the 5D MK III sensor and AF system, and deletes the video. That I will stand in line to buy.

Would recommend to a friend? No
Shoots great, but...

Customer review by BaltsDeep

5.0 stars 3/28/2012 by BaltsDeep
by BaltsDeep

Used the 5D Mk III today for the first time. Boy, is it amazing! Shoots spectacularly in lowlight and did nothing but exceed my expectations. My only complaint is this: No support in LR, and the software seems to not be working. Got home right away and tried to load into LR. It recognized the camera, and imported all the JPEGS (realized about 20 pics in that I wasnt shooting RAW yet.) Took forever to finish importing, only to tell me that they weren't recognized. So I downloaded ImageBrowser EX and CameraWindow, and tried that way. Everytime I open CameraWindow (or plug in the camera) it opens but automatically closes. So I'm stuck with the problem of having wonderful pictures, but not ACTUALLY having them. Needless to say, after 2 hours of trying to get this working to no avail, I'm a bit frazzled. Hoping that I can wake up and have this all sorted out. I guess you just have to roll with the punches...

Austin, TX
Would recommend to a friend? Yes
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