Canon EOS 5D Mark III - 22.3 MP, SLR Camera, Black, 24 - 105mm Lens Kit
Designed for novice, semi professional and professional photographers, the Canon EOS 5D Mark III DSLR will surprise you with the amount of innovative features it brings to the table. The colossal 22.3MP capabilities of the camera capture images at full frame size (24 x 36mm format). The level of detail and clarity that it delivers matches little else. Add to that a highly advanced DIGIC 5 image processor, and you get a camera that relentlessly delivers shot after shot of amazing pictures. The high performance 61 point AF system on this black camera ensures that the focus remains on the subject irrespective of the lighting conditions or whether the subject is still or moving.
Key Features: 22.3MP
3.2 inch TFT LCD Monitor
Self Cleaning Sensor Unit
High Speed Continuous Shooting
The amalgamation of 8 channel data readout from the 22.3 Megapixel CMOS sensor and the processing abilities of DIGIC 5 Image Processor with a faster shutter and mirror system helps you capture full frame images and record them quickly to UDMA or SD cards lodged into the dual card slots of the camera. This amazing camera can record at up to 6.0 (RAW JPEG), and is perfect for fixed focus scenarios.
Intelligent Viewfinder with Superimposed LCD:
Offering a 100 percent field of view with a magnification of 0.71x, a viewing angle of 34.1°, and a 21mm eye point, the EOS 5D Mark III's Intelligent Viewfinder makes it easy for you to compose your shots. With aspherical lens construction, this viewfinder displays images with less distortion and color aberration than the earlier models. The transparent LCD superimposes a customizable combination of gridlines and focus points directly above the image. You can direct the AF status indicator to be displayed within or outside the viewfinder’s image area. With this viewfinder, you have the option of either looking only at the scene or at all the shooting data along with it. By choosing to look just at the image, you can concentrate fully on the shot without getting distracted. This can prove to be advantageous in a number of shooting situations.