dpreview.com has just reviewed the Canon EOS 5D Mark III, one of best full frame DSLRs in the world. The 22.3MP 5D Mark III appears to offer similar specifications to 2008’s 5D Mark II. However, sensor and processing developments, along with a host of user-interface revisions mean the Mark III is a much more capable camera. It also gains a greatly-improved autofocus system. So do these changes justify the considerably higher price tag? Read our full review to find out. Read More »
Canon BG-E11 battery grip for 5D Mark III is showing up in Australia and the UK. They should make their way around the rest of the planet fairly quickly. Source told that we’ll be able to get them in Canada next week, and soon United States will be in stock.
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Sony NEX-F3 has just announced by Sony on May 17, 2012, the same day which Sony A37 announced. Sony NEX-F3 is an entry-level 16MP mirrorless camera. The NEX-F3 gains a built-in flash, along with the updated 16MP sensor from its NEX-5N big brother. Its big party trick is undoubtedly its LCD, whose image automatically mirrors when it’s flipped up for taking self-portraits.
Sony A37 has just announced by Sony on May 17, 2012, A37 is an entry-level 16MP SLT camera, a refreshed replacement for the A35, bringing the entry-level model into line with the rest of the SLT lineup.