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Canon EOS 5D MARK III Appareils Photo Numériques 23.4 Mpix
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- Description du produit: Canon 5D Mark II, EOS
- Mégapixel: 21,1 MP
- Type d'appareil photo: Boîtier d'appareil-photo SLR
- Type de capteur: CMOS
- Mise au point: TTL
- Modes Auto Focusing (AF): auto focus individuel
- Sensibilité ISO: 100, 125, 160, 200, 250, 320, 400, 500, 640, 800, 1000, 1250, 1600, 2000, 2250, 3200, 6400, Auto
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Le reflex EOS 5D Mark III de Canon est un appareil photo puissant au capteur plein format de type CMOS de 22,3 mégapixels effectifs. Conçu pour les professionnels de la photographie et les amateurs passionés de reportages, cet appareil est aussi performant en studio que sur le terrain.Son boîtier robuste est étanche à la poussière et à l'eau. Capable de capturer des images juqu'à 5760 sur 3840 pixels, l'EOS 5D Mark III utilise le processeur DIGIC 5+ pour atteindre des sensibilités lumineuses de 25 600 ISO. Ce Canon peut vous accompagner partout et s'affranchit des conditions de prise de vue les plus contraignantes sans effort. Le confort d'utilisation du 5D Mark III est également renforcé par un grand écran de 3,2 pouces, soit une diagonale de 8,11 cm.Cet EOS permet de déclencher en rafale, à raison de 18 images par seconde en RAW avec une carte UDMA. Et si cela ne suffisait pas, les professionnels du reportage peuvent même opter pour un mode vidéo. Le 5D Mark III filme avec une résolution de 1 920 sur 1 080 pixels. Il est même possible d'y adjoindre un microphone pour garantir une qualité sonore supérieure. Enfin, le Canon EOS 5D Mark III offre des options permettant de répondre efficacement à toutes les situations. On peut notamment compter trois modes personnalisables pouvant être sélectionnés avec la molette, ou la compatibilité avec les commandes infrarouges pour déclencher à distance. L'autofocus à détection faciale et le nettoyage automatique du capteur s'avèrent également très utiles pour les sujets récalcitrants et les environnements poussiéreux. La sortie sur imprimante est en outre facilitée par un compatibilité Pictbridge, permettant de se passer d'ordinateur. Avec l'EOS 5D Mark III, un nouveau jalon est posé dans le monde de la photographie numérique professionnelle.
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First off, this camera is FAST. It isn't as fast as one of the $5000 professional 1D series cameras, but for half the price, what can you expect? The Mark II is a semi-pro camera that will make an amateur feel like a pro. This camera is fantastic! It's amazingly fast, the ISO performance is staggering, and the full-frame sensor and all 21.1 megapixels of beauty are all you really need to fall in love with this thing over and over again. It pays for itself. There is no price on the shot; if you are debating whether to get this camera or not, I say YES! If you are upgrading from a 5D Mark I, should you upgrade? YES! Are you debating between the 7D and the 5D Mark II? I say to test them both out and see if you prefer the cropped sensor or the full-frame (for me, the full-frame Mark II cannot be beat, though the 7D is also a very nice camera.)
Bottom line: just get it.
This camera isn't perfect. The 5D Mark II does have a lower frame rate than some other very fine cameras at 3.9 frames per second. Nevertheless, this frame rate has been fine for my purposes, including wildlife and bird photography. I am able to catch hummingbirds in flight. Unless you are a professional sports or action photographer there is simply no need to consider the much more expensive 1 series camera bodies.
I would have preferred more focus points than the 9 visible and 6 invisible points this camera provides, though in normal lighting conditions there has been no problem getting fast, accurate focus. In very low light where the shot requires an ISO of 3200 or 6400 and no flash, the camera does sometimes have trouble, especially with moving or flat, low-contrast subjects. But considering that we wouldn't even be able to get an essentially noise-free image with another camera at these settings it seems a small criticism.
This camera also lacks an internal flash. Some people may feel this to be a loss, but with the extraordinary low-light capability of the 5D Mark II I haven't missed this feature at all. When I want to use a flash I can easily attach one, and that seems to be a rare event now. The ability to capture low light images without the exposure problems flash often causes is an enormous improvement for me. And when I need a flash I always have my 580 EX II available, though it does add some weight to this body.
The high resolution of this camera will show up flaws in any attached lens. Thus, you are going to have to use high quality glass to get the most out of the body. Those who are not able or willing to make an investment in "L" quality lenses would probably be just as happy with a 50D or similar bodies from other manufacturers. On the other hand, this camera's ability to register most Canon lenses and eliminate problems like peripheral illumination has proven remarkable during my use.
Notably, there are many other improvements over the original 5D, which was a wonderful camera that many people would still be very happy with. The Mark II's new display is outstanding; while a few other cameras now offer the same 3 inch high resolution LCD, the new display allows the user to enlarge the image enough to get a very good idea of what the final image will look like in print. When using auto ISO settings the camera makes very good choices to capture the best image possible. In fact, the algorithms this camera's DIGIC 4 processor uses for all its settings seem superior to any of the others I have looked at. And if you don't like the choices the camera makes, it is completely customizable, including 3 user settings on the main control knob.
Then too, you do have to read the manual and take time to learn the many controls and settings that are available. I am convinced that several of the negative reviews on this site are simply the result of not understanding the full capabilities of this camera. For example comments about the "sharpness" of photos fail to take into account that the camera comes with certain sharpness settings by default, but that these can be changed and images sharpened to an almost garish degree. Other comments about supposed failings of different portrait mode settings or white balance adjustments likewise seem not to recognize that nearly every setting on this camera can be modified to match the operator's desires. This is a highly advanced instrument which requires some study before taking it out into the field.
One way to judge a camera body is by the people who choose to use it. The outstanding professional photographer and professor of photography, Pete Souza was named official Whitehouse photographer earlier this year; his history-making first digital official Presidential portrait of President Obama was made using a 5D Mark II. Numerous photo journalists, wedding and event photographers and others who make their living with their equipment are using 5D Mark II bodies. I am also seeing this camera being used more and more by sports photographers, despite its 3.9 fps rate.
I have said nothing about the video capability. This was not a reason for my purchase, but I have been impressed by the quality of the videos this camera produces. I did not at first recognize what a game changer high def video capability in an SLR would become. It is interesting that Canon has now issued a firmware upgrade to allow full manual exposure control during videography which in my experience works very well. You must, however, have a good quality computer with a fast processor and high end video card to be able to edit the high def output.
Like any other camera, there are a few small things Canon could have done to make this an even more remarkable improvement over the original 5D. But taken as a whole, for my money this is far and away the best, most feature rich and useable DSLR available for professional and serious photographers.
The 5D MKII is out for a while so everything is written about it already I don't want to waste the space I am just saying I really like it. My only wish would be the 7D's AF system in it but it will probably come with the MKIII I just didn't want to wait. I have the 7D for the occasional sport and wildlife and the 5D MKII for the rest. Amazing camera!
I have to qualify that by saying that I am primarily interested in landscape photography. The Mark III will be the better choice for sports, events or wildlife photographers. If you can afford it.
There is currently a 1000 to 1500 dollar price difference between the Mark III and Mark II bodies.
You really have to consider what you are going to use it for.
For me. The Mark II consistently excels.
PS: I bought my Mark II with the 24-105 L IS lens last year in August for less than you can currently get it anywhere online. What does that tell you?
Yeah. It's becoming more scarce but there is still strong demand because it's a classic.
I also have to issue a warning. If you own this, you might also succumb to L lens lust.
I have, and it's very expensive, but very gratifying.
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