Cannon 5 Mark 3
This article will cover the pre launch information available about the stunning new Cannon 5 mark 3 cameras. These are the latest in the list of seriously heavy duty cameras than cannon have released. The Cannon 5 mark 3 is the direct successor to the previously launched Cannon 5 mark 2. These cameras are largely designed with real enthusiasts in mind. Its specifications in brief include a stunning 22 megapixel full frame sensor, a 6 frame per second shot rate and includes a 61 point AF. It even includes some nice real 1080p HD video capturing, the video on this camera makes other photo/video hybrids looks absolutely puny in comparison. The Cannon 5 mark 3 is due to be released at the end of March 2012. This unit is eagerly awaited and there is much chat and buzz on internet forums and photography circles.
The specifications of the camera stated in this article are taken from the official cannon press release. So it can be known that this is not a rumour spreading document but is based upon actual fact.
First off the performance of this camera is a leap in development from previous models. The Cannon 5 mark 3’s 22.3 MP full frame sensor allows for increased resolution and sharper detailing. This allows the photographer to capture a wide range of photographic subjects in more detail. It also makes back end editing more easy, as the increased pixel density allows for more minute details to be edited. Action shots are also a lot easier to capture with higher speed continuous shooting, this means that the photographer can burst shoot on demand. This allows for capturing of unexpected or quick moving subjects simply. The 6 frame per second burst rate is really efficient for these quick capture needs. The camera has also improved on previous models ISO range, this allows for great simple picture capturing in lower light conditions. It can be seen that the performance enhancements in the Cannon 5 mark 3 cameras are aimed at allowing easier practical photography. The features are aimed at real photography, capturing the unexpected and unstable in the world. Some other cameras are purely designed for studio use, this is definitely not one of them.
This camera is not only built for great operation, but also ease of use. For example the body is made of lightweight magnesium metal for safe guard against tough conditions. The shutter has also been reinforced to make sure that it lasts as longer. The reinforcement deals with high usage and repeated shuttering day in and day out. This is why this camera is likely to be the choice of the best professionals.
Overall this is a camera that is designed with the photographer in mind. There have been no limits placed on the design to save costs or increase profits. The camera tries to be the best that it can, and that is commendable. This obviously does however come at a cost, and the retail price of the camera upon launch is estimated to be around $3500.