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planet5D Canon Full Frame Shootout: 6D vs 5D Mark III vs 5D Mark II

Posted by planetMitch on December 2, 2012

 

"Canon Full Frame Shootout! Canon EOS 6D vs Canon EOS 5D Mark III vs Canon EOS 5D Mark II from planet5D. Like this? Watch the latest episode of planet5D on Blip! http://blip.tv/planet5d/watch


Yes, it is a Canon Full Frame Shootout with the Canon EOS 6D, the Canon EOS 5D Mark III and the Canon EOS 5D Mark II! planet5D went to Schillerapos;s camera on Friday November 30 to have a few minutes with the hot new Canon 6D full frame DSLR camera. We took our Canon 5D Mark III and Canon EOS 5D Mark II to do a side-by-side-by-side comparison of all three full frame cameras while shooting video.


Does the 6D standup to itapos;s younger sibling the Canon EOS 5D Mark III? Have a look!"

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Comparen y disfruten de las generaciones de canon

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Mirrorless vs. DSLR: What's the Best Camera? - Udemy

Mirrorless vs. DSLR: What's the Best Camera? - Udemy | Canon 5D Mark II | Scoop.it
If you're an aspiring photographer looking to upgrade from a simple point-and-shoot, you might be wondering what camera to buy. Take a look at the mirrorless vs. DSLR camera pros and cons.
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Canon 5D Still a Workhorse for Micro-Budget and Multi-Camera Shoots, by Michael Svitak

Canon 5D Still a Workhorse for Micro-Budget and Multi-Camera Shoots, by Michael Svitak | Canon 5D Mark II | Scoop.it

Posted by Michael Svitak on November 20, 2012

 

"Shooting HD on a DSLR has been a revolutionary tool in the history of cinema. Having gone to film school, where we actually shot film, and working as a union camera assistant, where the tangibility of 35mm negative was the norm, my transition into the digital realm of shooting has had to be a total embracement of the art form.


The Canon 5D Mark II opened the floodgates to new and creative filmmaking three years ago and is still going strong today. Where 35mm stood as a pillar for generations, digital is evolving at breakneck speeds. The next generation camera system comes to the forefront virtually every two years. Nevertheless, we should be able to hang on to the Canon DSLR cameras for some time yet. They remain a reliable workhorse for many cinematic options, particularly micro-budget, multi-camera shoots."

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