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Canon 1Dx vs Canon 5d Mark III

 
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Jun 24, 2012 16:28 |  #1

The revolutionary DSLR, Canon 1Dx was launched recently, which brings us to a million dollar question, which a lot of you guys are probably being haunted by, Whether to buy the newly launched Canon 1Dx or the Canon 5D mkiii?

Read more about it : Canon 1Dx vs Canon 5d mkiii (external link)


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Jun 24, 2012 16:36 |  #2

The cost for the 5D mkIII is listed at $2,199.00 in the article...


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Jun 24, 2012 16:46 |  #3

ShockFactor03 wrote in post #14625775 (external link)
The cost for the 5D mkIII is listed at $2,199.00 in the article...

Thanks a lot, It was been corrected. :)


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Jun 24, 2012 16:48 |  #4

It is the OP's article... Bit of self promoting going on...... and I suspect just copied info so you visit his site..... No actual experience first hand by the OP.


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Jun 24, 2012 16:54 |  #5

Pete W wrote in post #14625817 (external link)
It is the OP's article... Bit of self promoting going on...... and I suspect just copied info so you visit his site..... No actual experience first hand by the OP.

You can always copyscape.com it to check if it is copied. Yes, the review was written by us, whats the harm in sharing it with you guys? and no, We haven't used the Canon 1Dx but we use a Canon 5D mk3 regularly.


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Jun 24, 2012 17:48 |  #6
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RishabhSood wrote in post #14625843 (external link)
You can always copyscape.com it to check if it is copied. Yes, the review was written by us, whats the harm in sharing it with you guys? and no, We haven't used the Canon 1Dx but we use a Canon 5D mk3 regularly.

Unless you have used both cameras extensively, you have nothing more to add that can't be derived from the published specs. When you have used both, come back and tell us your opinions.




  
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Jun 24, 2012 18:00 |  #7

Hogloff wrote in post #14626016 (external link)
Unless you have used both cameras extensively, you have nothing more to add that can't be derived from the published specs. When you have used both, come back and tell us your opinions.

I haven't written a review here mate, just a detailed comparison between the specifications. The review will be out only after we have tested the camera extensively.


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Jun 24, 2012 18:14 |  #8

I was going to wait for the 1Dx, but I just don't see myself using all of its features as an amateur. It all depends on your type of photography, whether you need high FPS or not. 6fps is not too shabby and it has the 1Dx AF system. I bought the battery grip (BG-E11) for balance and portrait comfort, but I can still travel light by just using the compact body. I was able to get a bunch of accessories like the BG-E11 and GP-E2 (GPS) unit and a new lens for less than the 1Dx body. Money is not really an issue, but portability and having 85% -90% of the 1Dx functionality, the 5D Mark III was the clear winner for me.


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Jun 25, 2012 10:18 |  #9

It is an informative write up to help anyone looking for information about both bodies.

Pete W wrote in post #14625817 (external link)
It is the OP's article... Bit of self promoting going on...... and I suspect just copied info so you visit his site..... No actual experience first hand by the OP.

Hogloff wrote in post #14626016 (external link)
Unless you have used both cameras extensively, you have nothing more to add that can't be derived from the published specs. When you have used both, come back and tell us your opinions.

I think we need some Troll Spray in here....

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Jun 25, 2012 12:51 |  #10

NeoTokyo wrote in post #14628776 (external link)
It is an informative write up to help anyone looking for information about both bodies.





I think we need some Troll Spray in here....

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Good idea spray at self and OP....


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Jun 25, 2012 18:09 |  #11

By all terms and definitions, you sir are the troll.

You posted simply to bash what he had to say and his work, that by all terms makes you a troll.

Learn the term or get off the interwebz. :D


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