EOS 5D Mark III
EOS 5D Mark III
The EOS 5D Mark III is a full-frame 22.3 MP DSLR with 61-point autofocus and 6fps continuous shooting. Capture high-quality Full HD movies, with manual control over everything from frame rate to audio.
- 22.3 megapixel full-frame sensor
- 61-point AF
- 6 fps continuous shooting
- ISO 100–25,600 sensitivity, expandable to ISO 102,400
- Full-HD video with manual control
- Uncompressed HDMI output at Full HD 8bit 4.2.2
- 14-bit DIGIC 5+ processor
- Weather sealing
- 8.11cm (3.2-inch) 1,040,000-dot screen
- HDR mode
High resolution 22.3-megapixel images of superb quality and detail are attained from Canon’s cutting-edge full-frame CMOS sensor technology. New photodiode construction, gapless microlens array and on-chip noise reduction circuitry on the CMOS keep image data clean and clear even at high ISO settings and long exposures, so your photographic vision is never compromised.
61-point high-density reticular AF
ISO expandable to 102400
No matter your exposure requirements, the EOS 5D Mark III allows flexible ISO speed settings of ISO 100 25600 and expandable to L: ISO50, H1: 51200 and H2: 102400 to adjust the camera’s sensitivity to light. From low light indoor environments to the great outdoors in broad daylight, the EOS 5D Mark III captures every picture in the best possible light.
The EOS 5D Mark III delivers superb picture quality whatever the lighting conditions. Keep shooting hand-held even after the sun goes down, thanks to an ISO 100–25,600 sensitivity range (extendable to ISO 102,400).
Full-HD video with manual control
Enjoy high quality Full HD video at 1080p resolution. An uncompressed HDMI output allows recording of 1920×1080 footage at 8bits 4.2.2 to external recorders to suit different workflows. Use manual controls and Canon’s comprehensive EF lens range to achieve cinematic visual effects.
In-camera editing functions
Begin your digital editing workflow before you arrive back home. Rate your images on a scale of one to five and compare two images simultaneously on screen. Use in-camera Raw processing to explore creative possibilities – such as black & white conversion and retrospective white balance.