As said before, the camera we’re reviewing today isn’t the latest one. But it sure is one that we would recommend you if you need one that gives you a bit more control over the photos you take than your usual point-and-shoot. The Canon EOS 5D Mark III was announced on the 25th anniversary of the EOS system that Canon is now using for its cameras. This is basically an updated 5D Mark II, but it isn’t necessarily the same camera.
Yes, it might look pretty much like its older brother, but that’s just on the outside. On the inside, there were a series of technologies and features implemented which make the 5D Mark III more advanced [...]
When it was first unveiled, about two years ago, the Canon EOS 70D was the company’s newest and most expected mid-range DSLR. It came with a 20.2 Megapixel APS-C sensor, an articulated touchscreen monitor, built-in Wi-Fi and a newer and better autofocusing system. We can say that, in essence, it’s a more advanced EOS 60D, which was announced back in 2010. The EOS 70D was meant to replace this older model, and it can be placed right between the EOS T5i and the even older EOS 7D.
Usually, whenever Canon is about to launch a new product, there’s a lot expectation floating in the air. But if you add to this mix a camera with a new type of sensor and better pixel [...]