Canon has released firmware update 1.2.1 for the Canon 5D Mark III, which includes uncompressed HDMI output and enables the center AF point to be cross-type at f/8 maximum aperture. Both of these updates will mostly affect those who use their 5DIII in very specialized situations: high end video recording and super-telephoto lenses with extenders. […]
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Canon 5D Mark III Experience is my latest Full Stop dSLR user’s guide e book, which goes beyond the manual to help you learn the features, settings, and controls of the powerful and highly customizable EOS 5D Mk III, plus most importantly how, when, and why to use the functions, settings, and controls in your […]
I just came across a certain review of the new Canon 5D Mark III and am compelled to respond. It is one thing to write a critical review, but a whole other thing to list various perceived shortcomings and deficiencies that simply don’t actually exist in the camera. After having spent several intimate weeks with […]
Here are my first quick shots of the Canon EOS 5D Mark III, during the ceremonial unboxing at Newtonville Camera, Newton Mass. (Thanks guys!) Images copyright by author, taken at Newtonville Camera, Newton, Mass. Please do not use without permission. Images copyright by author, taken at Newtonville Camera, Newton, Mass. Please do not use without […]
B and Photo Photo is selling the Canon 5D MkII body at the lowest price it has ever been: $1999.95. Plus they include a great memory card and a shoulder bag for free! Click on the image to head to B&H and learn more: Many are speculating, and I concur, that the replacement of the […]
I have completed a Canon 7D e book user’s guide, Canon 7D Experience – The Still Photographer’s Guide to Operation and Image Creation that goes beyond the EOS 7D manual to help you learn when and why to use the various controls, features, and custom settings of this powerful camera, including the advanced and sophisticated […]