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A high-end full-frame DSLR from Canon, released in 2012.

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That is any easy thing to found out :) Just compare the cameras. Here I've done it for you. As you can see there are several differences. 22 MP vs 21 MP which is really pretty much the same and so is …
answered Nov 5 '12 by Itai
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The Canon 1D X has a lower resolution for the same sensor-size which means its pixels are bigger. This gives it an edge in term of noise-per pixel, so if you are looking for pure pixel quality, go for …
answered Jul 2 '12 by Itai
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The focus-point issue depends on your personal habits. Many people who shoot a variety of non-action photography, only ever use one focus point. Yes, one focus point, not one cross-type, one focus poi …
answered Mar 21 '13 by Itai
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It is not possible to transfer images out of the memory card faster than its maximum read speed. All you need then is a sufficiently fast card reader. With USB 3.0, there is enough bandwidth to excee …
answered Dec 9 '15 by Itai
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The Canon 5D Mark III does not have an Eye-Start Sensor, so it won't and can never turn off the LCD by looking at the viewfinder. The screen show completely different settings. If unsure what you did …
answered Apr 6 '18 by Itai
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The resolution difference is so small that it is irrelevant. Technological improvements on the other hand deliver a much better performance from the Mark III version with almost 2 full stops of improv …
answered Mar 30 '14 by Itai
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The Canon EOS 5D Mark III is an awesome camera and so is the 5D Mark II. The $1300 price difference you quote is obviously significant but what is it worth to you is personal. The first thing to note …
answered May 30 '12 by Itai
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There simply is no such lens. 12mm is extremely wide on full-frame and, if you are talking about rectilinear lenses, only Sigma ever made any. Their 12-24mm lens is now in its second version but is es …
answered May 20 '13 by Itai