Magic Lantern Guides®: Canon EOS-1 D Mark III : EOS-1 Ds Mark III by Michael Guncheon (2008, Paperback)
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|Canon's EOS-1D Mark III, a digital SLR (single-lens-reflex) camera, can shoot 10 frames per second, and its 10.1 megapixel camera can fire huge bursts of 110 Large JPEGs or 30 RAW files. This guide helps photographers take full advantage of this model's astounding features. It is also suitable for sports photographers and photojournalists.|
Canon, the worldwide market leader in digital cameras, celebrates the 20th anniversary of its top-selling EOS single-lens-reflex camera system with a new, professional-level model. It's the EOS-1D Mark III, and it will be the world's fastest digital SLR camera. And nothing's better than the indispensableMagic Lantern Guideto help photographers take full advantage of this cutting-edge model's astounding features. At 10 frames per second, this 10.1 megapixel camera can fire huge bursts of 110 Large JPEGs or 30 RAW files. That incredible speed, plus its durability, will make the EOS-1D Mark III essential for sports photographers and photojournalists; a broad range of other professionals and advanced amateurs will crave the camera for its superior image quality and improved low-light performance.
Photographers will happily welcome Canon's two new professional-level cameras the EOS 1D Mark III and EOS 1Ds Mark III. They both offer numerous cutting-edge features to delight skilled shutterbugs. The 1D Mark III has a new 10.1 megapixel CMOS sensor (APS-H size) with Canon's EOS Integrated Cleaning System; a 3.0-inch LCD monitor with Live View technology and a redesigned 100% viewfinder; and a new 45-point AF system. It can shoot up to 10 frames per second continuously with a maximum burst of 110 shots. The 1Ds Mark III has all those elementsplusa 21.1-megapixel full-frame Canon CMOS sensor.
|Number Of Pages||240 pages|
|Series||Magic Lantern Guides®|
|LC Classification Number||TR263.C3G97 2008|
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- jlo64Jan 1, 2013by
Just ok at used prices but not worth the full retail price.
Not quite the same extensive information and tips as in the newer guide for the EOS 7D. This seems a little less informative and merely explains a little beyond the standard information from the Canon 1D3 manual. I am glad I paid only a little above US$7 for this book, it certainly isn't worth the full retail price. Don't get me wrong it isn't bad but what Guncheon did with the EOS 7D guide was much better. I will probably keep it just the same.