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Canon EOS 5D Mark II Body Only

$2,109.00 to $3,060.00



The Canon EOS 5D Mark II Digital SLR camera automatically conducts peripheral illumination correction when shooting JPEG images, a function that previously could only be accomplished through post-image processing using software such as Canon's Digital Photo Professional, which Canon supplies at no extra charge. Peripheral illumination correction evens brightness across the image field, making an image of a blue sky even toned throughout and reducing light fall-off at image edges. This new feature essentially eliminates one of the limitations of previous full-frame digital SLRs.Minimize

Manufacturer:Canon Product MPNKey FeaturesLensImage QualityExposure ControlStorageFlashViewfinder / DisplayInterfacesPower SupplyIncluded FeaturesDimensionsMiscellaneous
MPN2764B003
Camera TypeSLR/Professional
Resolution21.1 Megapixel
LCD Screen Size3 in.
Weight1.79 lb.
Interchangeable LensInterchangeable Lenses
Image Sensor TypeCMOS
Camera Resolution21.1 Megapixel
Image Resolutions2784 x 1856 • 5616 x 3744 • 4080 x 2720
Shutter Speed1/60 - 1/8000 sec
White BalanceAuto • Manual • Daylight / Sunny (Preset) • Cloudy (Preset) • Fluorescent (Preset) • Tungsten (Preset) • Shade (Preset) • Flash (Preset)
Frames Per Second3.9 Frames
Memory TypeCompactFlash Card Type I • CompactFlash Card Type II
Compression ModesFine • Normal • Uncompressed
Compression TypeJPEG • Raw Image • DCF 2.0
File Size (High Res.)25.8 MB (5 images on 128MB card)
File Size (Low Res.)1 MB (about 128 images on 128MB card)
ISO SpeedsAuto • 100 • 200 • 1600 • 3200 • 6400
Flash TypeBuilt-In & External
ViewfinderOptical (Through-the-lens)
LCD ScreenWith LCD Screen
LCD Screen Resolution920,000 pixels
LCD Protected PositionWithout LCD Protected Position
Interface TypeUSB 2.0 • HDMI
Video InterfaceVideo Out
Battery TypeRechargeable Li-Ion Battery
Self Timer2 Sec. • 10 Sec.
Tripod MountWith Tripod Mount
Width6 in.
Depth4.5 in.
Height3 in.
Weight1.79 lb.
Family LineCanon EOS
Included AccessoriesSoftware • USB Cable • Video Cable • Neck Strap • Battery Charger • Li-Ion Rechargable Battery
UPC013803105384
Release DateNovember, 2008


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