Canon announces new camera

 13th Mar 2012

Canon has announced details of its new EOS 5D Mark III camera on the 25th anniversary of the EOS System.

The device is positioned between the Mark II and the professional EOS-1D X professional model, allowing it to deliver “superb image quality” 
A high-performance DIGIC 5+ imaging processor, a 61-point high density reticular autofocus system and 22.3 megapixels help top deliver great photographs.
There will also be a number of new optional accessories available for the camera, including the Canon Wireless File Transmitter. This allows for multiple cameras to be synced on the same network, while it can also be adjusted to FTP mode, EOS utility mode or server mode. 
Canon reckons that more serious photographers will find options like this helpful because they will be able to link the clocks up on multiple cameras and link shooting from multiple cameras.
A GPS logging function should also prove helpful for photographers looking to record exactly where their images are taken, while new battery grips will help deliver high levels of weather resistance and boost the functionality of the device for those looking to use the camera for long period of time or in difficult conditions. Learn how to control and get the best from your new camera with The Masterclass in Photography.

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