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    Re: 5D Mark III vs D800
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    Don't see a headphone jack listed in the rumoured spec list nor multiple crop factors.

    Will this turn the tide for Nikon?


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    The photos of the ones in the wild (MK3) show a headphone jack.


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    Quote Originally Posted by gonzo_entertainment View Post
    The photos of the ones in the wild (MK3) show a headphone jack.
    +1 to this^ and also those are not concrete specs yet so it's too early to tell anything about crop modes, frame rates, etc. Keep calm until after the announcement to start doing comparisons.


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    Looks like the new 5D may have RAW as a video format, according to the complete spec list at Canonrumors.
    It is mentioned only in conjunction with other video formats, AVI, H.264 and Mpeg-2.


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    Quote Originally Posted by yoclay View Post
    Looks like the new 5D may have RAW as a video format, according to the complete spec list at Canonrumors.
    It is mentioned only in conjunction with other video formats, AVI, H.264 and Mpeg-2.
    IF (and I don't see how, but) IF that were true then yes, I''d sell my MK2 the day they street and buy one.


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    Quote Originally Posted by gonzo_entertainment View Post
    IF (and I don't see how, but) IF that were true then yes, I''d sell my MK2 the day they street and buy one.

    +1


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    I've never been good at keeping up with and distinguishing between codecs, so I'm always in favor of RAW.
    Although, I do still suspect they meant RAW for photos. We'll know for certain in a short while.


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    I doubt they'd do anything that would dissuade folks from getting the c300


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    no raw output


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    the c300 is 5x the price


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