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Canon EOS 1D Mark III 10.1MP CMOS Black

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Long product name Canon EOS 1D Mark III 10.1MP CMOS Black :
The short editorial description of Canon EOS 1D Mark III 10.1MP CMOS Black

EOS-1D Mark III
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Canon EOS 1D Mark III 10.1MP CMOS Black:
The official marketing text of Canon EOS 1D Mark III 10.1MP CMOS Black as supplied by the manufacturer
The benchmark for high speed, high resolution professional photography. Powerful enough to capture a 110 frame burst at 10 frames per second. Built to withstand the toughest conditions.

- 10.1 Megapixel CMOS sensor
- 10 fps, max. burst of 110 JPEGs
- Dual "DIGIC III" processors
- High precision wide area AF
- EOS Integrated Cleaning System
- ISO 100-3200 range (L:50 H:6400)
- 3.0" LCD with Live View mode
- Picture Style
- EF lens compatibility


The benchmark. Remastered.


10.1 Megapixel CMOS sensor
Canon’s APS-H size (28.1 x 18.7 mm) CMOS sensor combines superb colour rendering with a wide dynamic range. Its inherent low-noise characteristics ensure smooth results at high sensitivities. A low pass filter and on-chip circuitry suppress moiré and remaining noise.

10 fps, 110 frame burst
The camera delivers 10 frames per second for a continuous burst of up to 110 Large JPEGs or 30 RAW images.

Dual "DIGIC III" processors
Dual "DIGIC III" processors work in parallel to process images at 14 bits for a total reproduction range of 16,384 tones per pixel. These fast and efficient processors also drive the camera’s shooting performance and near-instant response times. Start-up is just 0.2 milliseconds.

Wide-area AF with 19 cross type points
A high precision AF system employs 19 cross type points with sensitivity up to f/2.8, spread out across the AF area to accommodate off-centre subjects. 26 AF assist points aid AF tracking for increased accuracy.

EOS Integrated Cleaning System
Canon’s built-in dust prevention and cleaning system works to keep the sensor clean. A combination of technologies reduces, repels and removes dust and includes a Self-Cleaning Sensor Unit that shakes dust from the sensor with each power on.

Wide ISO Range
A wide 100 to 3200 ISO range as standard is expandable to L:50 and H:6400.

3.0" LCD with Live View mode
The bright 3.0" TFT LCD provides pin-sharp definition for checking focus and composition, with 10x magnification for finer details. When shooting from awkward positions, Live View mode gives you the option of framing your image from the LCD.

Picture Style
Picture Style presets provide easy control over image processing parameters. Each style offers a different colour response - similar to the way film types are changed to achieve different effects. Sharpness, contrast, colour tone and saturation are adjustable within each preset.

Weather sealed, magnesium alloy body
A magnesium alloy body with dust and moisture resistant sealing protects the EOS-1D Mark III from harsh weather and the rigours of daily use. Shutter reliability is a durable 300,000 cycles.

EOS system compatibility
The EOS-1D Mark III is compatible with all EF lenses (excl. EF-S lenses) and EX Series Speedlite flash units. Untethered shooting and image transfer are available with the optional Wireless File Transmitter WFT-E2.
Short summary description Canon EOS 1D Mark III 10.1MP CMOS Black:
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Canon EOS 1D Mark III, 10.1 MP, CMOS, 3:2, Electronic, Second curtain synchro, 10 fps
Long summary description Canon EOS 1D Mark III 10.1MP CMOS Black :

Canon 1D Mark III, EOS. Megapixel: 10.1 MP, Sensor type: CMOS, Supported aspect ratios: 3:2. Camera shutter type: Electronic. Flash modes: Second curtain synchro. Motion JPEG frame rate: 10 fps. Compatible memory cards: CF, microdrive, sd

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Picture quality
Megapixel *
10.1 MP
Sensor type *
CMOS
Supported aspect ratios
3:2
Shutter
Camera shutter type
Electronic
Flash
Flash modes *
Second curtain synchro
Flash exposure lock
Yes
Video
Motion JPEG frame rate
10 fps
Memory
Compatible memory cards *
CF, microdrive, sd
Display
Display *
LCD
Display diagonal *
3"
Display resolution (numeric)
230000 pixels
Ports & interfaces
PictBridge *
Yes
Battery
Battery technology *
Lithium-Ion (Li-Ion)
Design
Color of product *
Black
Operational conditions
Operating temperature (T-T)
0 - 45 °C
Operating relative humidity (H-H)
0 - 85%
System requirements
Mac compatibility
Yes
Weight & dimensions
Width *
6.14" (156 mm)
Depth *
3.15" (79.9 mm)
Height *
6.17" (156.6 mm)
Weight *
2.56 lbs (1.16 kg)
Other features
Video capability
Yes
Effective sensor resolution
10.1 pixels
Built-in flash
Yes
Digital SLR
Yes
Source Testseek summary Average rating
Reviews
Updated:
2011-08-14
Testseek has collected 33 expert reviews for Canon EOS EOS-1D Mark III and the average expert rating is 89 of 100. The average score reflects the expert community’s view on this product. Click below and use Testseek to see all ratings, product awards and conclusions.
89%
Source Review comments Score
stuff.tv
Updated:
2011-08-14
Nikon may still hold a slight edge over Canon at the pro end of the market, but there’s only ever been one winner for sports photographers – the Canon EOS-1D. Put simply, it’s the fastest DSLR on earth.Its main rival, the Nikon D2Hs, may...
Good Blisteringly quick. Excellent low-light performance. Extremely solid build quality...
Bad Big and heavy. Live view mode not perfect...
Bottom line Forget gold plated and diamond encrusted – if youve got three grand to spare and dont mind weighty snappers, this is the camera to blow it on...
100%
toptenreviews.com
Updated:
2011-10-21
Canon manufactures some of the best imaging devices you can buy, and they have done it again with their lineup of professional DSLR cameras. The Canon EOS-1D Mark III is a fast DSLR device with a 10.1MP (megapixel) CMOS sensor and Live View technology...
Good This professional DSLR camera provides 2,200 shots on a single charge...
Bad No HD video recording capabilities are provided on this device.
Bottom line The fast continuous shooting, self-cleaning technology and 45-point AF system make this a tough device to beat...
100%
best4reviews.com
Updated:
2011-08-14
Good Great handling, high frame rate, Build, High and Low ISO image quality, Superb feature set, Good metering.
Bad Accurate exposure assessment on LCD difficult, Servo AF not reliable enough, Limited exposure modes, Price, Weight.
Bottom line The Canon EOS 1D Mk III is unrivalled in terms of burst shooting and noise performance. Handling is excellent despite that weight and you’re ably assisted by clear and simple to navigate menus: even with all those custom modes and adjustments to hand...
67%
The-digital-picture.com
Updated:
2014-11-19
A full Canon EOS Rebel T4i / 650D review is planned...
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tipa.com
Updated:
2011-08-14
Awarded by TIPA Association.
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luminous-landscape.com
Updated:
2011-08-14
to professional and advanced amateur photographers. The new Canon 1D MKIII might easily be seen as a refresh to the model line, but this is not so. Though it looks much like any of the previous models it is in fact an almost complete rethink on the pa...
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devhardware.com
Updated:
2011-08-14
Canon cameras have a well-deserved reputation for quality, and a history of taking the lead in camera development. But despite the fact that the EOS range has been at the forefront of photographic technology for over twenty years, the company shows no...
Bottom line Overall the EOS 1D Mark III is a beautifully engineered and constructed camera capable of taking jaw-droppingly awesome photographs in a whole range of conditions. It sets new standards in terms of both features and functionality, and backs this up wit...
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imaging-resource.com
Updated:
2011-08-14
Canon EOS 1D Mark III Introduction by Dave Etchells, Shawn BarnettPosted: 02/21/2007Updated: 02/23/2007, 1:15 pm - Detailed AF explanation addedThe big story with the Canon 1D Mark III is that its a better, more universally appealing professional came...
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juzaphoto.com
Updated:
2011-08-14
Even though the 1D3 (or, at least, many 1D3) have autofocus problem, I cant refrain to say that it is a wonderful camera. Almost every aspect has been re-designed and improved - it is an huge step forward compared to the previous 1 series! The image...
Good Awesome image quality (I think that it has the best image quality of every DSLR, except the Canon 1Ds Mk2), Superb built quality; weather sealed, Smaller, lighter body than 1D2, Live view is fantastic for macro and landscapes!, Extremely customiz...
Bad idering the price, Id recommend to wait until the AF issues are completely sorted out: once the AF is fixed, this camera could be really considered the state of art in the photographic arena.
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The-digital-picture.com
Updated:
2011-08-14
The Canon EOS 1D Mark III review is coming. Please see the links to the official Canon EOS 1D Mark III web site, a 63-page in-depth white paper and USA/UK press releases below.
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shutterbug.com
Updated:
2011-08-14
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digitalcamerainfo.com
Updated:
2011-08-14
The Canon EOS-1D Mark III looked fantastic at the Photo Marketing Association trade show last spring. Its 10 frame-per-second (fps) speed tops the industry, the 3-inch LCD looks like a movie screen, and its live preview puts Olympus and Fujifilm to sha...
Good Color accuracy Build quality Speed Low image noise Improved controls...
Bad Autofocus problem may not be solved Poor Auto white balance performance Autofocus point selection is clumsy Four-way controller is under-used...
Bottom line The focus problem is a tragic flaw worthy of Sophocles. We used the Mark III with a 24-70mm and a 70-200mm zoom. Those lenses should not challenge the 45-spot autofocus system, but the problem was bad enough to show up with it. After the firmware fix...
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