Canon EOS-1D Mark III digital camera

Canon EOS-1D Mark IIIThe benchmark for high speed, high resolution professional photography. Powerful enough to capture a 110 frame burst at 10 frames per second. Built to withstand the toughest conditions. Canon’s APS-H size (28.1 x 18.7 mm) CMOS sensor combines superb colour rendering with a wide dynamic range. Its inherent low-noise characteristics ensure smooth results at high sensitivities. A low pass filter and on-chip circuitry suppress moiré and remaining noise. Canon’s built-in dust prevention and cleaning system works to keep the sensor clean. A combination of technologies reduces, repels and removes dust and includes a Self-Cleaning Sensor Unit that shakes dust from the sensor with each power on. The EOS-1D Mark III is compatible with all EF lenses (excl. EF-S lenses) and EX Series Speedlite flash units. Untethered shooting and image transfer are available with the optional Wireless File Transmitter WFT-E2.

Features

  • 10.1 Megapixel CMOS sensor
  • 10 fps, max. burst of 110 JPEGs
  • Dual “DIGIC III” processors
  • High precision wide area AF
  • EOS Integrated Cleaning System
  • ISO 100-3200 range (L:50 H:6400)
  • 3.0″ LCD with Live View mode
  • Picture Style
  • EF lens compatibility

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Nikon Coolpix L5 digital camera

Nikon Coolpix L5

If you’re an entry-level photographer happy to let your digital camera do all the work, the Nikon Coolpix L5 may be right for you. Packed with advanced features taken from Nikon’s higher-end P-series, the Nikon Coolpix L5 is a very sophisticated model at a very attractive sub-$300 price. (We’ve even seen it for as low as $200 at some online retailers.) In addition to a long Nikkor-branded 5x optical (38-190mm lens on a 35mm camera) zoom lens, the Nikon Coolpix L5 features Nikon’s lens-shift VR (Vibration Reduction) optical image stabilization technology which helps steady long-range shots.

Designed for the family snapshooter, there’s very little manual control on the Nikon Coolpix L5, which will likely frustrate more advanced users. (Advanced users should look at the Nikon Coolpix P4 or P5 instead.) Along with not offering Shutter, Aperture priority, or manual exposure modes (though common in some competing entry-level cameras), there is no

manual control of the Coolpix L5’s ISO range. This commonly used setting stays locked at ISO 80 on the Coolpix L5 unless the camera detects a low-light situation; and even then it seldom goes up beyond ISO 400. The Coolpix L5 doesn’t have much to offer if you like to shoot low-light pictures without flash. The Nikon Coolpix L5 — like its predecessors the L2, L3 and L4 — is also a slow all-around performer which will frustrate all but first-time camera users.

The Nikon Coolpix L5 ships with the following items in the box:

  • Coolpix L5 digital camera
  • Wrist strap
  • A/V cable
  • USB cable
  • Two alkaline AA batteries
  • CD-ROMs loaded with Nikon Picture Project software and reference manual, and drivers
  • Quick Start Guide, Instruction Manual and registration kit

Basic Features

  • 7.2-megapixel CCD (effective) delivering image resolutions as high as high as 3,072 x 2,304 pixels
  • 5x optical Nikkor zoom lens, equivalent to a 38-190mm lens on a 35mm camera
  • 4x digital zoom
  • 2.5-inch color LCD monitor with 115,000 pixels of resolution and brightness adjustment
  • Shutter speeds from 1/2,000 to four seconds
  • Automatic exposure control
  • Built-in flash with five modes
  • Maximum aperture from f/2.9 to f/5.0, depending on lens zoom position
  • Images stored on SD/MMC card (8MB of internal memory)
  • Power supplied by AA-type batteries (pair of alkalines included)
  • Nikon Picture Project software for both Mac and Windows

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