Conclusion: Canon EOS-1Ds Mark III digital SLR camera Canon started from scratch with the Mark III. And that is obvious with the Canon EOS-1Ds Mark III. It is much more than a Mark II with a new image sensor.
Conclusion: First an apology; the Canon EOS-1Ds Mark III arrived in our office well over eight months ago (when we were 'between studios') and, though we've been using it regularly every since, the avalanche of digital SLRs that arrived in January caused this review to be bumped down the queue so often that it...
Pros: Significant upgrade to the Mark II that improves almost every area of performance without 'reinventing the wheel', Better ISO button placement, new joystick, new AF point selection method, ISO in the viewfinder; all help faster more intuitive operation and mean you less often have to take your ey...
Cons: Edge softness / chromatic aberrations with wide angle lenses, needs good glass, Overall softness that means images need more sharpening than you might expect; we'd prefer an even lighter Low Pass Filter., No autofocus of any kind in live view mode, No built-in wireless flash (needs ST-E2 transmit...
Summary: Canon has done it again with the 1Ds Mk III and I expect that studios across the globe will be ordering them as a matter of course, just for the high resolution. In use it’s a workhorse, and what it lacks in grace and beauty is made up for with its strength and results and what results!
Pros: High resolution, full frame, low noise, solid build, speed of AF
Cons: Manual focus live view, low-res LCD, artisan design
A professional D-SLR digital camera for those who require speed and excellent low-light performance.
Good Gear Guide.au
24 October 2008
Summary: Canon's flagship full-frame digital SLR camera will capture huge images with its 21.1-megapixel sensor, and it will do a stellar job in low-light conditions. It's a professional camera that will capture crystal-clear pictures when paired with the right lens, and it is a huge step up from the EOS 1Ds...
Summary: Being such radically different price brackets throws difficulty on the decision. The Canon is easier to use, their's no way of changing that fact. The buttons are not as difficult to use and the menu is simpler to understand.
Pros: High resolution, Dual processors for speedy downloads, Easier usability, Bright screen, New processor is excellent, High ISO performance
Cons: Dull screen, More expensive, ISO100 is an equivalent, Lost true colours on race track
Summary: It's difficult to know what to say about such a camera. The power beneath your fingers is obvious and my only real complaint is that the screen is not as bright as others. When I first started using it, I thought I was underexposing, but later looking at the images on the computer, I discovered I...
Pros: Full frame, High resolution, Dual processors, New layout works better, Excellent ISO results, Not as heavy as MkII
Cons: Pricey, Massive memory requirements, Screen not as bright as expected
Conclusion: Ja, ik weet dat Nikon ondertussen wat betreft ruis heel dicht, zo niet voorbij, de EOS-1Ds Mark III is gekomen en dat er binnenkort een camera met nog meer pixels op full-frame op de markt komt.