Summary: The Canon EOS 5D Mark III is the continuation of the 5D line which introduced the first full-frame DSLR without an integrated grip, bringing quality images to a smaller form-factor than previously possible. The new 5D Mark III follows the tradition by reworking the inside of its predecessors to provide much improved image quality and a new ultra-fast autofocus system ideal for action photography.
Pros: Very low image noise, Excellent image sharpness, Very accurate colors, Good automatic white-balance, Spectacular subject tracking autofocus, Lightning fast autofocus, Full choice of exposure modes for movies, Class-leading continuous buffer, Large viewfinder with 100% coverage, Highly customizable user-interface, Virtually no shutter-lag, Quick and responsive, Solid construction
Cons: Underexposes often, Expanded ISO of limited use, Low rear control dial, Rear dial prone to accidental changes, Complex interaction between AF and lenses, Slow instant review, Slow to power-off due to sensor cleaning
Excerpt: You’ve seen this camera’s predecessors, the Canon EOS 5D Mark II and 7D and Nikon’s D90, everywhere or, least you’ve seen their product on TV or at the movies. What made many industry players sit up and look closely was the use of the Canon EOS 5D Mark II to shoot the finale of the series House, produced entirely on this camera.
Summary: The Canon EOS 5D Mark III is not only a very capable photographic tool in almost all areas, it's also fun and exciting to shoot with. The only downside is the slightly soft and over-processed out-of-camera JPEGs. This is only visible at pixel-level but we would expect most of the camera's target group to shoot Raw anyway.
Pros: Good resolution and detail in raw files, Good color and tonality across the ISO range, Reliable metering even in difficult contrast situations, Very responsive and snappy operation, thanks to new Digic 5+ processor, 6 frames per second continuous shooting with good buffering, Excellent build-quality with magnesium shell and weather-sealing, Intuitive user interface and good ergonomics with large number of external controls, Very comprehensive user interface customizat...
Cons: Destructive noise reduction results in mushy JPEGs, even at base ISO, Visible sharpening artifacts at default settings, Heavy-handed noise reduction leads to lack of low-contrast detail at higher ISOs, Distortion correction not available 'on the fly', Built-in microphone only monaural, Soft video output with less dynamic range than stills, No built-in AF illuminator
Conclusion: 5D owners may well have felt that the MkII didn't really do enough to grab their attention because it didn't address enough of its older sibling's deficiencies. The increased resolution was attractive, but again not enough on its own. The MkIII, however, does just that, with improved handling, an impressive range of new features and fantastic image quality.
Excerpt: Recorrendo à mesma fórmula de sucesso das anteriores EOS 5D, a Canon acaba de lançar a terceira geração da DSLR compacta com sensor full frame (35 mm), esperando assim que se torne na escolha obrigatória, não só para os profiss...
Pros: Ergonomia do corpo e sensação de robustez | Qualidade de imagem com ISO elevados Versatilidade na captação de vídeo
Conclusion: A Canon EOS 5D Mark III parece muito com sua predecessora por fora, mas oferece muitos melhoramentos sob o capô. É uma opção sólida para fotógrafos avançados com um investimento em lentes Canon, mas não rivaliza com as capacidades de disparo rápido do EOS-1D ou Nikon D4.
Pros: Compacta para um SLR full-frame. Resolução de 22 megapixels. Largo visor ótico. LCD traseira nítido com alta resolução. Autofoco rápido. Disparo contínuo de 6fps. Excelente e alto desempenho ISO. Gravação de vídeo 1080p.
Cons: Caro. Foco lento nos modos Live View e Vídeo. Sem flash integrado. Não é compatível com lentes EF-S.
Summary: Vollformat-DSLR der Profiklasse Canon liefert mit der EOS 5D Mark III eine gelungene, hochwertige Spiegelreflexkamera ab, die eine hervorragende Bildqualität aufweist und dem Fotografen eine umfangreiche Kontrolle bietet. Sie setzt allerdings voraus, dass der Nutzer sich auch intensiv mit ihr beschäftigt und über einen entsprechend gefüllten Geldbeutel verfügt. Die unverbindliche Preisempfehlung von Canon für die EOS 5D Mark III beträgt 3.299 Euro.
Pros: sehr gute Bildqualität, sehr gute Austattung, gute Videofunktion
Cons: langsamer Autofokus im Live-View, kein eingebauter Blitz