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Deal: Canon EOS 5D Mark III w/ 24-105mm f/4L IS for $3203 (and more Canon deals: 6D Kits, Flash, Lenses)
Adorama has a great deal going on: Canon EOS 5D Mark III with EF 24-105mm f/4L IS lens on sale for $3203.12. You have to click “buy together and save” and add the lightscoop to get the final price. Free shipping and 2% reward.
Adorama has more Canon deals going on, for all you have to click “buy together and save” and add the lightscoop, all items ship free and give you 2% reward:
- Canon Speedlite 600EX-RT - $423.29
- Canon Speedlite 430EX II - $231
- Canon EF 85mm f/1.8 USM - $319.44
Finally, EOS 6D kits are also on sale thru the “buy together and save” option, add the 70-300 lens bundle to get the final price, free shipping and 2% rewards:
- Canon EOS 6D with EF 24-105mm f/4L IS USM Lens - $2399 (instead of $3049)
- Canon EOS 6D - $1797 (instead of $2199)
Another breakthrough by the Magic Lantern team. 1/2 stop more dynamic range on the Canon EOS 5D Mark III - 15 stops of DR are now possible on the 5D3! The image above, posted by a1ex on Twitter shows the increase at different ISO settings.
The EOS 5D Mark III will soon get what ML calls a “sensor update”. Not much is known so far, everything is in a very early development stage, but a sensor update via firmware sounds very cool. The trick was to figured out the digic registers that have to do with ISO.
User Marsu42 of Canon Rumors‘ forum did some tests and writes:
This means that for example on 5d3, iso 800 with ML has more dynamic range than iso 100 with Canon :-> … and at high iso you’re getting 7% more dr which is nothing to sneeze at, esp. since it builds upon Canon’s advantage vs. Nikon: d800@6400 = ~8.3 & 5d3@6400 = ~9.4 ev making good ol’ Canon the superior sensor for low light high contrast shooting, esp. the newer 6d.
This new feature will soon show up as nightly build. Caution is advised: this is software at an early development stage, use the necessary attention and do not try it if you are not sure what you are doing.
Long-time Nikon user Scott Kelby explains why he switched from Nikon to Canon 6 months ago.
Since lots of people asked Scott Kelby about the reasons for the switch, he decided to give an interview to Canon Explorer of Light Rick Sammon, addressing the questions he was asked.
The Canon DSLRs Scott Kelby switched to are the EOS 5D Mark III and the EOS-1D X. The video gives all the answers, but let me give you a spoiler: ergonomics, menu system, and skin tones are among the main reasons.