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Canon EOS 5D
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Canon EOS 5D

The Canon EOS 5D, also known as “the big brother to the Canon Read more

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Canon EOS 5D review by hdhani

hdhani, slrgear.com
14 December 2013
  • Summary: This is an old FF SLR (2005) but still takes wonderful images with great details and fine grain at higher ISOs even 3200 (compared to current APS-C SLR). I love the images this camera produced...
  • Pros: Image quality (it's FULLL FRME), substantial hand grip
  • Cons: Poor LCD, body paint (getting shiny over time), heavy, manual ISO setting
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Overall 10
10

Best DSLR you can buy (still)

Z8, Amazon
21 December 2009
  • Summary: Most people really don't understand photography. If you are one of them, just buy a 5D Mk I. Get a 5D Mk II if you want to take great movies too. The 5D MkI is better than every other DSLR for a few reasons: 1. The pixels are larger than any other professional-caliber camera 2.
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Overall 10
10

got 5d because cannot think 7d close to it

Eric Mas, Amazon
17 September 2009
  • Summary: hi. i was waiting to get the upcoming canon 7d to replace my rebel xti, but when i realized that it was not full frame and with 18 mp, i decide to get a 5d before it gets out of stock. i got mine 5 days ago. i used it for the last 3 days and i am amazed with the image quality.
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Canon EOS 5D review by f43tgv

f43tgv, slrgear.com
17 July 2009
  • Summary: This , put quite simply is an awesome camera. Now available secondhand for about the price of an entry level APS-C Canon or Nikon with bundled kit lens in the UK , given the massive price hikes, this is fantastic value.
  • Pros: Still nothing better for image quality
  • Cons: Gren cast to monitor
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Canon 5D digital Camera

Siouxmix, ReviewStream
19 March 2009
  • Excerpt: I am a freelance photographer in New York City and I love my Canon 5D digital camera. I use it both professionally and personally. It makes every picture I take look amazing! I find that the menu options are easy to access within the camera. The built in light …
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Overall 8
8.0

5D IS EVERYTHING ITS CRACKED UP TO BE!

Michael D. Newcomer, Amazon
23 December 2008
  • Summary: I came from the EOS 40D which is a GREAT camera, but I have to say the 5D is amazing. Even at ISO 1000 or long exposures there is very little if any noise in my photos. I didn't realize how nice having a full-frame sensor would be, and am loving the true wide-angles I can get now.
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Overall 10
10

Wedding Photographer's dream...

Work of Life, Amazon
29 November 2008
  • Summary: I am a pro wedding photographer. I've had a pair of these since 2006 and could not be happier. I did quite a bit of research, not just online, but in the field. I rented various models of pro offerings from Canon and Nikon.
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Overall 8
8.0

Still a Great Camera!

Bike John, PhotoAlley.com
24 October 2008
  • Summary: The Canon 5D is still one of the best cameras available. The full frame sensor captures very high quality images. And a 12 mega pixel image is more than enough unless you are making wall size murals.
  • Pros: Comfortable Controls, Image quality, Strong Construction
  • Cons: Heavy
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Canon EOS 5D review by touristguy87

touristguy87, slrgear.com
5 August 2008
  • Summary: This is an excellent example of the prosumer Canon DSLR except that it has one problem in common with just about all of the CMOS-sensored DSLR from Canon, in that it produces a lot of streak-noise in continuous-drive at ISo1600 and 3200 that shows up at about -3eV, which really ruins the shots taken...
  • Pros: moderately-good overall, good value in a fullframe
  • Cons: lacks newer features like auto-ISO
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Canon EOS 5D review by pepstein

pepstein, slrgear.com
22 July 2008
  • Summary: The 5D has been on the market for a long time, but it still compares well to the competition. Full frame means lenses don't need quite the resolving power in the center, but they have to perform well at the edges and corners. It also means lenses work as they do with film bodies.
  • Pros: Excellent image quality
  • Cons: Large and heavy, no sensor cleaning features
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