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Die EOS 5D Mark II mit Vollformat-CMOS-Sensor (36 x 24 mm) ist ideal für die kreative Fotografie. Die Auflösung liegt mit 21,1 Megapixel sogar noch über dem Anforderungsprofil führender Bildagenturen.
Canon EOS 5D Mark II Body Only Digital Camera
$2199.00 - $2999.99
pros: the lenses are amazing and the whole is stylish
cons: the battery doesnt last long for outgoing person
The Amazing EOS 5D
the canon Eos is a great camera with high resolution and great mega pixels. the shutter speed is spl... See Full Review
pros: Features such as color change and anti shake are incredibly useful.
cons: This camera is a little expensive but very worth it!
Canon EOS 5D Mark II Body OOnly Digital Camera
This is an amazing product. Not only is it digital, but the zoom and other extras such as changing t... See Full Review
pros: Professional images for a relatively modest price
cons: Video capability is the best of the DSLR's but still leaves much to be desired.
Good camera but not great.
This is a great digital slr camera. But more than that - in the history of cameras - it's place is s... See Full Review
pros: Pro level camera at, almost, consumer level prices
cons: None that make any difference
More than most people will need, but all the camera you'll ever want.
This will be a short review as technical specs abound online. Mostly just want to sum up my ex... See Full Review
pros: Size, IQ, weather sealing, micro adjust
cons: Price if it is your first jump to a full frame
What an upgrade!
I've had a couple cheaper rebels in the past and jumped up to the 5D II because I was tired of wanti... See Full Review
pros: Solid camera, full frame sensor, HD video, and usability
cons: It isn’t cheap.
Canon 5D Mark II: Improving an Already Fantastic Camera
I've been using the Canon 5D ever since it launched, and recently purchased the new 5D Mark 2, and h... See Full Review
pros: Amazing pictures, Full frame sensor, professional quality.
cons: Battery life, 3 fps continuous shooting speed, 75 ms shutter lag.
One of the best you can buy
In the past, I've won photography contests and taken photography classes and have done so using fair... See Full Review
pros: High ISO performance Great menus, sharper, brighter
cons: No Built in popup Flash
Great Camera for my First Full Frame
I tried switching back to my Canon 40D and the very first thing you notice is how small, dim and fuz... See Full Review
pros: Excellent dynamic range, low noise, well-built, professional quality, HD video
cons: Needs expensive lenses to get best results
Canon 5D MkII: Professionalism for amateurs!
In writing a review of this stunning camera, I don't want to offer you simply a repeat of all the te... See Full Review
pros: Resolution, IQ, ergonomics, High ISO, HD video, lens fine tune, battery, quiet, UDMA
cons: only 3.9fps, 9-point AF system, no integrated flash, "expensive"
Canon EOS 5D Mark II: The perfect balance?
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|LCD Screen Size||3 in.|
|HD Recording Format||1080i (HDTV)|
|Image Resolutions||2784 x 1856|
|Camera Resolution||21.1 Megapixel|
|Image Sensor Type||CMOS|
|Interchangeable Lens||Interchangeable Lenses|
|Shutter Speed||1/60 - 1/8000 sec|
|Frames Per Second||3.9 Frames|
|Flash Type||Built-In & External|
|File Size (Low Res.)||1 MB (about 128 images on 128MB card)|
|Memory Type||CompactFlash Card Type I|
|File Size (High Res.)||25.8 MB (5 images on 128MB card)|
|Tripod Mount||With Tripod Mount|
|Self Timer||2 Sec.|
|Viewfinder / Display|
|LCD Screen Resolution||920,000 pixels|
|Display Type||With LCD Screen|
|LCD Protected Position||Without LCD Protected Position|
|Video Interface||Video Out|
|Interface Type||USB 2.0|
|Battery Type||Rechargeable Li-Ion Battery|
|Release Date||November, 2008|
|Family Line||Canon EOS|