Canon DSLR Shootout: 6D vs. 5D Mark II vs. 5D Mark III

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Planet 5D did a quick and dirty test comparing the images coming out of a Canon 6D, 5D Mark II and 5D Mark III. Says FilmmakerIQ, "This video demonstrates a truth about the DSLR Revolution – it’s done. There’s not a huge difference in terms of quality between these three generations of cameras. The DSLR revolution gave us the ability to get some really cool footage out of tiny stills cameras and it proved there is a market out there for larger format senors on the low end, but folks, this is as good as it gets. If you want fixes to issues like moire and rolling shutter, you need to look towards cameras that are dedicated to video, not just stills camera with a motion picture feature."

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