If you're a pro shooter with a collection of Canon lenses, you'll want to add the full-frame Mark III to your collection, despite its $3,000 price tag. If you're not, that price might give you pause, despite the camera's ability to capture great shots in virtually all lighting conditions, fast and accurate autofocus system, and excellent video quality. The Mark III may be worth the money, but if you're not a pro, you may be better served by a more modest model, like the Rebel T4i, which goes for under $1,000.
The refinements just make it a vastly better tool for photographers and videographers. The autofocus system alone is enough to justify choosing the Mark III over the Mark II. But it's all of the refinements—the sum of the Mark III's parts—that make it the best camera you can spend $3,500 on.
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I own two of these cameras for my video production business. For video In tight spots where you are recording the sound separately (using XLR connections) you'll be fine. For anything more than that, unless...
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