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    Canon 5D Mark III vs 5D Mark II Vs NikonD800 VsNikon D700



    Canon EOS 5D Mark IICanon EOS 5D Mark IIICanon EOS 1D XNikon D700Nikon D800/ D800E
    Sensor (effective resolution)21.1-megapixel CMOS
    4-channel readout
    14 bit
    22.3-megapixel CMOS
    8-channel readout
    14-bit
    18-megapixel CMOS
    2-line, 16-channel readout

    14-bit
    12.1-megapixel CMOS
    n/a
    14 bit
    36.3-megapixel CMOS
    n/a
    14 bit
    36 mm x 24mm36 mm x 24mm36 mm x 24mm36 mm x 23.9mm35.9 mm x 24mm
    Focal-length multiplier1.0x1.0x1.0x1.0x1.0x
    Sensitivity rangeISO 50 (exp)/100 - ISO 6400/25600 (exp)ISO 50 (exp)/100 - ISO 25600/102,400 (exp)ISO 50 (exp)/ 100 - ISO 51,200/204,800 (exp)ISO 100 (exp)/200 - ISO 6400/ 25,600 (exp)ISO 50 (exp)/100 - ISO 6400/ 25600 (exp)
    Continuous shooting3.9fps
    14 raw/310 JPEG
    6fps
    n/a
    12fps
    n/a
    5fps
    17 raw/100 JPEG
    4fps
    n/a
    (5fps with battery grip)
    Viewfinder
    magnification/ effective magnification
    100% coverage
    0.71x/0.71x
    100% coverage
    0.71x/0.71x
    100% coverage
    0.76x/0.76x
    95% coverage
    0.72x/0.72x
    100% coverage
    0.70x/0.70x
    Autofocus9-pt AF
    1 cross type
    61-pt High Density Reticular AF
    21 center diagonal to f5.6
    5 center to f2.8
    20 outer to f4
    61-pt High Density Reticular AF
    21 center diagonal to f5.6
    5 center to f2.8
    20 outer to f4
    51-pt
    15 cross type
    51-pt
    15 cross type; 11 cross type to f8
    AF exposure range-0.5 - 18
    EV
    -2 - 20 EV-2 - 20 EV-1 - 19 EV-2 - 19 EV
    Shutter speed1/8,000 to 30 secs; bulb; 1/200 sec x-synn/a1/8,000 to 30 secs; bulb; 1/250 sec x-sync (est)1/8,000 to 30 secs; bulb; 1/250 sec x-sync1/8,000 to 30 secs; bulb; 1/250 sec x-sync
    Shutter durability150,000 cycles150,000 cycles400,000 cycles150,000 cycles200,000 cycles
    Metering35-zone TTL63-area iFCL252-zone RGB1,005-pixel RGB sensor 3D Color Matrix Metering II91,000-pixel RGB 3D Color Matrix Metering III
    Metering exposure range1 - 20 EV0 - 20 EV (est)0 - 20 EV0 - 20 EV0 - 20 EV
    Image stabilizationOpticalOpticalOpticalOpticalOptical
    VideoH.264 QuickTime MOV 1080/30p/ 25p/24p; 720/25p/24pH.264 QuickTime MOV
    1080/30p/25p/24p; 720/60p/50p
    H.264 QuickTime MOV
    1080/30p/25p/24p; 720/60p/50p
    NoneH.264 QuickTime MOV
    1080/30p/ 25p/24p; 720/60p/50p/ 25p/24p
    Rated estimated max HD video length at best quality4GB
    (approx 12 minutes)
    29m59s4GB
    (29m59s)
    n/a20 minutes
    Audiomono; mic inputmono; mic input; headphone jackmono; mic input; headphone jackn/amono; mic input; headphone jack
    LCD size3 inches fixed
    920,000 dots
    3.2 inches fixed
    1.04 megadot
    3.2 inches fixed
    1.04 megadot
    3 inches fixed
    921,000 dots
    3.2 inches
    921,000 dots
    Memory slots1 x CF (UDMA mode 7)1 x CF (UDMA mode 7), 1 x SDXC2 x CF (UMDA mode 7)1 x CF (UDMA mode 6)1 x CF (UDMA mode 7), 1 x SDXC
    Wireless flashNoNoNoYesYes
    Battery life (CIPA rating)850 shots
    (1,800mAh)
    n/a
    (1,800mAh)
    n/a
    (2,450mAh)
    1,000 shots
    (1,500mAh)
    850 shots
    (1,800mAh)
    Dimensions (inches, WHD)6.0 x 4.5 x 3.0 n/a6.4 x 6.2 x 3.35.8 x 4.8 x 3.05.7 x 4.8 x 3.2
    Body operating weight (ounces)32.9n/an/a38.731.7 (est)
    Mfr. price$2,499 (body only)$3,499 (body only)$6,800 (body only)$2,199.95 (body only)$2,999.95/ $3,299.95 (body only)
    n/a$4,299 (with 24-105mm lens)n/an/an/a
    Ship dateNovember 2008March 2012April 2012July 2008March 2012/ April 2012


    All these improvements make the 5DM3 seem like an incredibly attractive camera, with enough there to merit upgrade consideration for 5DM2 pros who can justify the not-inconsiderable expense. If you're price-sensitive, the D800 obviously looks better, but you've got to be a real rez-head to consider the D800's pixel count a serious advantage and that presumes you're not committed to a system already.
    Along with the 5DM3, Canon simultaneously announced some new accessories targeted at the same class of photographer.
    • Speedlite 600EX-RT ($629.99, March): This replaces the 580EXII at the top of Canon's flash offerings, finally incorporating wireless flash mastery. It supports radio or line-of-sight and five groups of flashes on 16 channels.
    • Speedlite Transmitter ST-E3-RT ($470, March): This is essentially the 600EX-RT without the flash.
    • Battery Grip BG-E11 ($490, April): Though the 5DM3 takes the same batteries as the 5DM2, the grip's been updated with a duplicated multicontroller.
    • Wireless Transmitter WFT-E7A ($849, April): This adds a lot of the wireless and wired Ethernet capabilities that come built-in to the 1D X, including time syncing, FTP, EOS Utility mode, WFT Server, and Media Server capabilities.
    • GPS GP-EP2 ($390, April): A hot-shoe-based GPS receiver that supports GPS logging.

     

    2 comments:

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      Canon EOS 5D Mark III key specifications

      22.3MP Full-Frame CMOS Sensor
      3.2? Clear View High Resolution LCD
      DIGIC 5+ Image Processor
      61-Point High Density AF
      Full HD 1080/30p and 720/60p Formats
      Built-In HDR and Multiple Exposure Modes
      Extended ISO Range (50-102400)
      Up to 6.0 FPS Continuous Mode
      Dual CF and SD Memory Card Slots
      Durable Magnesium-Alloy Construction


      Brand new Canon EOS 5D Mark III (body only) cost $1250usd
      Brand new Canon EOS 5D Mark III 22.3 MP Full Frame CMOS Digital SLR cost $1950usd

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