Review: Canon EOS-1Ds Mark III

Sneaking up fast on the major players, thanks to ease of use and feature set. But shoot above ISO 800 and quality retreats just as fast.

The super-honcho of DSLRs at 21.1 megapixels, this baby rivals monstrously pricier medium-format digitals in resolution and pummels them with its portability and ease of use. Dual Digic III processors handle the massive load of data collected by the full-frame CMOS sensor, and the resulting images make stunning large prints. The Mark III’s lines approach equine elegance, and the user interface is downright refined.

  • Camera Resolution: 21 megapixels, with full-frame (35mm) CMOS sensor
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