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Iím pleased to say that the camera that I have had for the past two weeks is not only a worthy successor to the 5D Mark II, it is in my opinion just about as perfect a camera as you will ever handle.
So are there any negatives to owning this camera? Maybe just one. You will lose the ability to blame the camera for any shortcomings in your own photographic ability.
He seems a very happy bunny.
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I expect the 5DIII will be a brilliant camera. It is what most people would have said a year ago to produce to replace the 5D II
shame about the price
A lot of people will still get hung up on the D800 having more pixels
I expect the D800 will be a brilliant camera
shame about the price
I expect both cameras to produce excellent images and only Zen masters will be able to produce images that any of us here say are significantly different.
I am forming a group to do a bank raid to fund purchase of both cameras. Anyone else in
I know, on EPZ, we are sufficiently informed to look beyond quantity of pixels. But..... surely Canon cannot allow Nikon to rule the megapixel roost with what will no doubt be presented as a "Digital MF busting" DSLR like the D800?
A 'Canon 3D' (confusing nomenclature!) has been touted - well on the internet anyway! - for several years. This could be a higher resolution version of the 5D III, if it were ever to materialise. At an even higher price of course, i.e. stratospheric!
OK, I'm in as long as it's a Halifax.
Hate the Bar Stewards.
Bagsy the 5D Mk3
I was going for Lloyds because that damned music gets into my head and sticks there.
The Halifax give you more so it would have to be for the Nikon.
RBS - it's all our money anyway isn't it?
How many Green Shield stamps do I need to save up??!!!! Ha ha!!
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Sadly they became defunct in 1991 but, hey................ they may be a collector's item now! Maybe you could get enough money for them at auction to buy a 5D3 !
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But the shop you used to "trade in" the stamps for goods is still around, now known as Argos
I'm only joking. Having been in the grocery trade for decades, I used to dish out the damn stamps!!
Don't raid an Irish bank, we are so poor now you may give us some money out of pity!!!!!!
Sounds like Canon have done a brilliant job. I particularly like that things were done for technical and usability reasons rather than marketing reasons.
Quote: I particularly like that things were done for technical and usability reasons rather than marketing reasons.
Yeah, but will anyone buy it? Lol!
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