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Canon EOS 5D Mark III 24 - 105 Kit Digital SLR (DSLR) Camera

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  • Canon EOS 5D Mark 3 with 24-105mm Lens kit
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  • Boxed-product Weight: 3.2 Kg
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  • Item model number: Canon EOS 5D mark III
  • ASIN: B008GS32BM
  • Date first available at Amazon.co.uk: 2 July 2012
  • Average Customer Review: 4.9 out of 5 stars  See all reviews (13 customer reviews)
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Canon EOS 5D Mark 3 with 24-105mm Lens kit

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8 of 8 people found the following review helpful By Claus Heinrich on 10 Jan. 2015
I didn't rush to make a review of this camera, as I wanted to really put it through it's paces first. I won't try to list every feature or go over every bullet point (the above description does a fine job), but instead try to go over a few things which make a big difference to me as a 5D Mark II owner. For some background, I bought an original 5D in 2007, a 5DII in 2008 and have been working with these bodies ever since then. I also have experience with all of the Canon 1-series up through the 1DIII and 1DsIII. I currently log about 60,000 photos per year with the 5D Mark IIs as a professional wedding and portrait photographer. I shoot almost exclusively with fast L prime lenses in my work.You will really need a 1000X Memory Card for best quality pictures!:

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So after a week of solid shooting with the camera, here are the areas which are of note relative to previous 5D bodies:

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AF is the elephant in the room here so I'll address it first. Good news, we now have a focusing system worth of it's price point. The AF system here is identical to that in the 1Dx and is THE most sophisticated AF system EVER put in any Canon body. It is superior to that in the 1DV and all bodies before it.

I have tested the AF point in servo and one shot mode with my fastest lenses. Speed, accuracy, and consistency have been exceptional and better than anything I have used before. AF gets the job done with zero drama. NO focus jitter, NO frontfocus, NO backfocus, nothing but near-instant, dead accurate focusing with all of my lenses. Even with my Sigma 85/1.
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10 of 11 people found the following review helpful By Don M on 14 Feb. 2014
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After three Canon cameras 850, 450D and 700D, took the plunge and went for full frame. Results so far have been superb though confined to portraits and landscapes. The jury is still out on the 24-105mm zoom lens that came with it. I have been using a 50mm f1.4 USM lens for most of the photos which has produced crystal clear images. I have also tried out my old 70-300 IS USM lens and have not been overjoyed with results. The 100-400 L zoom lens appears attractive but am concerned about the weight - my bag already seems to weigh a ton!
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41 of 47 people found the following review helpful By Ben Parker on 28 Oct. 2013
I have owned 70 cameras. I have been on a mission to buy the latest new camera, from Sony, Fuji, Canon and Nikon for 15 years. This has me changing my camera around every 3-4 months. This has been expensive. I have owned many cameras, but the full frames are of course the ones that stand out of the ocean of blur. This camera I have owned twice now. Sold it for a Sony a99 with a Zeiss Lens. Weighed a tonne but put out nice shots, but there was something missing in the images. The answer, I have pondered on for some time before spending another £2300+ pounds on this camera again. The answer is they contain life. The a99 took a precision image that clinically and under testing and analysis would prove a perfect camera, but they lacked the 'real' in the images, that only the 5d MkIII has given me in 15 years of image taking. Very humbling to discover this in pictures after all this time and 100,000 images later... god knows how much money, my wife will never know.... This camera is where my story ends. It doesn't have phase detection for video, I realise now, I don't need it. A little wobble whilst filming to get a new lock is totally liveable and again adds 'life' to the shoot. I've finally realised the perfect wine is not about the grape, the vineyard or the year, its just about how it tastes to you, the drinker.... and this one tastes like home !!
Thanks, Ben
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48 of 56 people found the following review helpful By L. S. Douglas on 29 Aug. 2012
Had this now for 2 months and shot macro / landscapes / portraits / nightshots with it. It handles all very, very well. The sensor is so good that to get sufficient water blur on waterfall shots taken during the day I've had to get an ND6 filter. I used to own a Canon 550D and I believe the 5D3 sensor is 8 times better. I regularly shoot at ISO 1250 for macro with no loss in IQ to grain (I've had 5D2 users comment on some macro shots saying they cannot believe the quality at such ISOs). I've even had some very useable ones at 1600. With the 24-105L the shots are very sharp too. So much so my wife refuses to have any portraits of her shown without me PP'ing them heavily to remove spots / wrinkles.

Having said all this it is not a camera for the novice. The AF system can take a while to get used to if you are used to the old 9 point one. But once you get the hang of it it is good. The menus and buttons are numerous and again takes some learning to naviagate your way around. It is also a big camera and heavy too. So be prepared to have to get a bigger camera bag especially if like me you like a grip attached. You will also need to build some good neck / shoulder muscles if you are doing a long stint with a telephoto lens. The files are large and to get full use of the 6fps a 600X+ speed memory card is essential. I also really like the fact that when a shot is correctly taken they can be cropped very heavily should you so need to. I've had some good detailed head / shoulders portraits taken at a fl of 280mm.

To sum up this is a very expensive camera but is worth it.
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