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Canon EOS 5D Mark II 21.1MP Full Frame CMOS Digital SLR Camera with EF 24-105mm f/4 L IS USM Lens

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5D Mark II 24-105mm Lens
  • 21.1-megapixel full-frame CMOS sensor, 14-bit A/D conversion, wide range ISO setting 100-6400
  • Includes Canon EF 24-105mm f/4 L IS USM lens
  • DIGIC 4 Image Processor; high-performance 3.9 fps continuous shooting; Live View Function for stills
  • Full HD video capture at 1920x1080 resolution for up to 4GB per clip ; HDMI output
  • Updated EOS Integrated Cleaning System specifically designed to work with a full-frame sensor
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Megapixels 21.1 22.3 MP 20.2 MP 18 MP
ISO Range 100, 200, 400, 800, 1600, 3200, 6400 Auto, 100 - 25600 in 1/3 stops, plus 50, 51200, 102400 as option Auto, 100 - 25600 in 1/3 stops, plus 50, 51200, 102400 as option Auto, 100, 200, 400, 800, 1600, 3200, 6400, (12800 with boost)
Display Size 3 inches 3.2 inches 3 inches 3 inches
Continuous Shooting Speed 14 6 4.5 8
Wireless Communication Technology Wi-Fi Optional BuiltIn None
Image Stabilization Optical None None None
Weight 1.8 pounds 2.1 pounds 1.7 pounds 1.9 pounds
Dimension 6.0 x 6.0 x 4.5 inches 4.6 x 6.0 x 3.0 inches 4.4 x 5.7 x 2.8 inches 4.4 x 5.8 x 2.9 inches
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Product Details

Style: 5D Mark II 24-105mm Lens
  • Product Dimensions: 6 x 4.5 x 6 inches ; 1.8 pounds
  • Shipping Weight: 7 pounds (View shipping rates and policies)
  • Shipping: Currently, item can be shipped only within the U.S.
  • ASIN: B001G5ZTMM
  • Item model number: 2764B004
  • Batteries 1 Nonstandard Battery batteries required. (included)
  • Average Customer Review: 4.5 out of 5 stars  See all reviews (408 customer reviews)
  • Amazon Best Sellers Rank: #4,216 in Camera & Photo (See Top 100 in Camera & Photo)
  • Date first available at Amazon.com: September 17, 2008

Product Description

Style: 5D Mark II 24-105mm Lens


Compact, lightweight with environmental protection, EOS 5D successor boasts a newly designed Canon CMOS sensor, with ISO sensitivity up to 25,600 for shooting in near dark conditions. The new DIGIC 4 processor combines with the improved CMOS sensor to deliver medium format territory image quality at 3.9 frames per second, for up to 310 frames.

Triggered from Live View Mode, HD video capture allows users to shoot uninterrupted at full 1080 resolution at 30fps -- for amazing quality footage with outstanding levels of detail and realism.

The integration of HD movie capability into a high-end 21.1-megapixel camera opens a multitude of new possibilities for photojournalists and news photographers. With its full-frame CMOS sensor and outstanding ISO performance, the EOS 5D Mark II will appeal to any photographer in search of the finest camera equipment available -- from studio and wedding to nature and travel photographers.

Other improvements to the EOS 5D include:

  • Addition of Canon’s EOS Integrated Cleaning System, with a new Fluorine coating on the low-pass filter
  • Larger 3.0-inch Clear View LCD with VGA resolution, a 170-degree angle of view and anti-reflective coatings
  • Improved menu system including Quick Control Screen for more direct access to common settings
  • Automatic peripheral illumination correction, utilizing detailed EF lens information to optimize JPEG images straight out of the camera
  • Magnesium alloy construction with additional environmental protection
  • UDMA memory card compatibility
EOS 5D Mark II Highlights

New CMOS sensor
The EOS 5D Mark II’s newly designed full-frame 21.1-megapixel CMOS sensor features ISO sensitivity from 100-6400, expandable to 50, 12,800 and 25,600. Large 6.4µm2 pixels have been redesigned to capture more light and yield a better signal to noise ratio to ensure lower noise images throughout the ISO range. The full frame sensor has the same dimensions as a frame of 35mm film. This means that wide-angle lenses stay wide, without the change in angle of view associated with smaller sensor cameras. As well as benefiting from finer control over depth of field, photographers moving up to the EOS 5D Mark II’s full frame format will find the newly designed wide, bright 98 percent coverage viewfinder on a joy to work with.

New DIGIC 4 processor
A new DIGIC 4 processor combined with 14-bit analogue to digital conversion provides smooth gradations in mono-tonal areas such as skies, and highly accurate color rendition. As well as HD movie shooting, DIGIC 4’s high speed provides for long uninterrupted continuous bursts of large JPEGs, near-instant start-up times and immediate and fast review after shooting. DIGIC 4 also provides for improved noise reduction algorithms, complementing the already low-noise images from the EOS 5D Mark II’s CMOS sensor.

HD video capture
The EOS 5D Mark II is Canon’s first DSLR to incorporate full HD 1920x1080 video capture. Once filming is started from Live View mode, photographers can fire off either single of continuous stills, with video capture continuing after the final frame is captured.

See everything
A new 3.0-inch VGA resolution LCD provides a wide 170 degree angle-of-view, providing plenty of clarity for accurate focus checks in playback. The screen brightness can automatically adjust to suit viewing conditions, extending battery life in low light and improving viewing in bright conditions. A new dedicated Live View button switches modes to display a real-time image on the LCD. This allows EOS 5D Mark II photographers to enjoy simplified shooting from awkward angles. Simple connection to a PC provides easy remote shooting.

Precision focus and metering
A 9-point auto focus system is supported by 6 additional invisible Assist AF points, located inside the spot-metering circle to optimise subject tracking performance in AI SERVO AF mode. For accurate exposure readings in tricky lighting conditions, the spot metering circle covers just 3.5 percent of the frame.

The EOS 5D Mark II’s redesigned menu system includes a new Quick Control screen, for instant access to the most commonly changed settings. A new Creative Auto mode allows photographers to cede control of key settings to the camera, while retaining control over creative variables such background blur, drive mode and image brightness. Custom user settings allow photographers to switch between two completely different camera setups. This is ideal for changing quickly between two different environments, such as switching from working inside a church without flash to outdoors with fill-flash at a wedding.

Optional Accessories
Shooting flexibility is enhanced with a range of new accessories. Shooting capacity can be extended with either the high-capacity 1800mAh lithium-ion Battery Pack LP-E6, or Battery Grip BG-E6.

A new optional Wireless File Transmitter
The WFT-E4 offers external HDD and GPS compatibility along with ability to transmit images direct to computer or FTP server, or operate the camera wirelessly. Both the BG-E6 and WFT-E4 feature a vertical orientation shutter release and other key controls for comfortable portraiture work, with a substantial grip to help balance the camera when used with long lenses.

What's in the Box
  • EOS 5D Mark II Body
  • Canon EF 24-105mm f/4 L IS USM lens
  • Eyecup Eb
  • Wide Neck Strap EW-EOS5DMKII
  • Stereo Video Cable STV-250N
  • USB Interface Cable IFC-200U
  • Battery Charger LC-E6
  • Battery Pack LP-E6
  • EOS Digital Solution Disk
  • Software Instruction Manual

Product Description

The Canon 2764B004 EOS 5D Mark II 21.1MP Digital SLR Camera with EF 24-105mm f/4L IS USM Lens includes a the Mark II digital SLR camera that has a stunning 21.1-megapixel full-frame CMOS sensor with DIGIC 4 Image Processor, a vast ISO Range of 100-6400, plus EOS technologies like Auto Lighting Optimizer and Peripheral Illumination Correction. It supports Live View shooting, Live View HD videos, and more. It can shoot up to 3.9 fps, has 9 AF points plus 6 AF assist points, a new 98% coverage viewfinder, a 3.0-inch Clear View LCD (920,000 dots/VGA) and a rugged build. The EF 24-105 IS Lens is a standard zoom lens that can cover a large zoom area ranging from 24mm wide-angle to 105mm portrait-length telephoto. And its Image Stabilizer technology steadies camera shake up to three stops.

Customer Questions & Answers

Customer Reviews

I love the camera it is a big upgrade from the my T3i. The images are great and the video is awesome. I added a battery grip to the camera that works fine. Read more ›
Battery life whilst shooting photos is decent. I can manage about 6 to 7 hours of continuous shooting before needing to swap batteries. Read more ›
I have it paired with the Canon 24-105 L lens. The pictures are so crisp. I love the full frame. Read more ›
I love this camera! The image quality is truly superb. Low light image sensitivity is excellent. Read more ›
Image quality is excellent. Battery life is great. Read more ›
I focus and recompose, and look forward…I still rate this camera as a 5, since it was the best available full frame option at the time, and the image quality is stunning. Read more ›
The 7D is going to give you all the bells and whistles but the 5D gets the nod for the pure…I'm happy with my choice, this body + L-Series lens perform incredibly well. Read more ›
Wide ISO range of allows taking excellent photos in minimal light. The 24-105L AF lens is superb and a great gerneral lens for this camera. Read more ›
The 24-105mm f4 lens is a nice walk-around lens. I'm not really a fan of zooms in general but they are handy and this one covers a really useful range. Read more ›
Adapters are available to let me use the fantastic Olympus OM 24mm f…These manual focus lenses are great alternatives to the ridiculously expensive EOS L zooms and primes. Read more ›
The image is more organic and the larger pixel count of the…Nikon lenses work perfect and quite cheap adapters are readily available and working with SD cards is great ! Read more ›
Pictures using lenses like the 50mm AF F/1.8 lenses are extremely sharp (and therefore the focusing is accurate), and I get the impression they could increase the pixel… Read more ›
The video quality is excellent...which just makes this camera all the more valuable...it's like getting 2 for the price of one. Read more ›
The image quality of video is very good, no complaint either. Read more ›
Doesn't force you into cookie cutter modes. Video mode is fantastic. My only wish would be to have more user customizable settings. Read more ›
The only other video option is a 640x480 VGA mode which is just silly, and I have not used it. For soft subjects the video is superb. For detailed landscapes it suffers… Read more ›
I love this…only bad thing is you can't control the zoom with a remote, other then that its a great camera and we have taken some excellent pictures and the video is great. Read more ›
Between 1600-3200 iso with acceptable images (low light images) HD video is EXCELLENT Read more ›
Otherwise, I think the AF is a little…The extra setting is nice to play with, like color temp adjustment, extra custom settings that you get with the 6XD and 7D as well. Read more ›
The ability…Changing the picture style from Landscape to Portrait or any other setting is much easier and can be done with literally only 2 to 3 clicks in the info. menu. Read more ›
I got one... have used it for 6 months and I am totally FLOORED. Focus is dead on... features are incredible and I am striving to learn and use every single one! A few I… Read more ›
After months of researching various reviews in DP and other sources I knew this was the…The controls are very easy to use even though they are very different from the XSI. Read more ›
The function buttons are logically placed, easy to use and clearly identified. The features are amazing. The only negative is I would have preferred a different location… Read more ›
4. Gorgeous 1080p video capture. 5. Controls and menu system are easy to navigate. Read more ›
The display is bright and sharp. I can view it well even outdoors in bright sunlight. Read more ›
The 5D is just the right size. The LCD screen is amazing. It is crystal clear and very bright. Read more ›
The image quality has blown me away and this camera can do amazing things like shoot in low light,…The top LCD is SO convenient as I have been using Rebels without it. H… Read more ›
The colors are more rich and deep in color. The screen is bright and very clear. Video Read more ›
- The screen is finally useful in judging exposure. You can clearly see if the skin tones are over and under exposed, hotspots in a poor lighting setup, etc. Read more ›
While the 5D is slightly…The high resolution/quality of the rear LCD screen is very useful in assuring a sharp focus when you are working with very shallow depth of field. Read more ›
Images look good, by and large. Full-frame sensor is nice. Continuous shooting and focusing is slow and makes you miss shots. Read more ›
The high def LCD is AWESOME! The full frame sensor is AWESOME! The high ISO is AWESOME! Read more ›
I wanted a full frame sensor camera as an upgrade to my trusty 40D and thought I'd give the 5D Mark II a try. I have a legacy of CF memory cards - but found out I needed… Read more ›
I bought this camera because people kept talking up the full frame sensor so much, I gotta say I am not that blown away buy it.. I use my Canon 7D over the Canon 5D MkII… Read more ›
U…That problem coupled with an apparently very soft copy of the f4 L and the less-dense full frame sensor, the net outcome was a great number of unusable out-of-focus images. Read more ›
Obviously I am benefiting from the full sensor and L series lenses. So nice to shoot in low light, handheld without a flash. Read more ›
The good reviews are accurate. The focus is good right out of the box,as long as you focus in the middle of the frame. You can then crop or recompose to get the picture you… Read more ›
For people who have the money, buy it; but I don't, so I…The focus is good enough in my opinion, probably because I don't shoot sports or things that are moving like crazy. Read more ›
The Live-view mode is much simpler than on the 40D and focusing is very easy. Read more ›
A setting of ASA 800 or 1000 yields about the same noise level as my older camera at ASA 400. It's autofocus system is very fast and accurate on single shot mode. (I don't… Read more ›
If you are willing, bite the bullet and go for the mark III... they improved the autofocus. Read more ›
The 7D has…These features include: 100% viewfinder, faster auto focus, faster Shooting speed (FPS), and easier toggle between live view/video camera mode and still mode. Read more ›
I personally do freelance automotive photography for published media. The ISO is amazing. Read more ›
More options for how the controls operate are also nice. Expanded ISO is good. I doubt I would use the video, but it's a nice feature. Read more ›
I'm very pleased with this model and the options for indoor and outdoor shooting. ISO is so good that 3200 is better than 1600 on my 50D. The only issues I've had are with… Read more ›
Well, the story gets better and better…The resolution is incredible, the exposure and saturation are consistently excellent and the lack of noise at high ISO is amazing. Read more ›
I don't do studio work and 90% of the time (or more) use the center point anyway, so this might be an issue for some but…High ISO is just great compared to the crop frames. Read more ›
The image quality from high ISO is amazing. Read more ›
The price is pretty reasonable now. Though 5DIII is much better but it's much more expensive. Read more ›
Overall, the packaged price is awesome, built with great resolution and precision. Read more ›
- Image quality (IQ) that simply blows away everything else in its class. - Price is actually reasonable for what you get; hundreds less than the competition. - Video! Read more ›
The Canon 5D…It takes pictures with a sharpness that I have found hard to match by any other camera and it is an excellent value, even today when it is several years old. Read more ›
It was a fantastic deal considering all the "bait & switch" scams out there by camera dealers hawking their Mark II's at a great price (when in reality, there may not even… Read more ›
Great camera, great pictures and quality, did not disappoint. Perfect for the price. Read more ›
It has higher resolution than my 60D, and significantly higher resolution than my 5D. Controls and menus are much improved compared to the 5D, and as easy to use as my 60D. A… Read more ›
its full frame sensor easy to use with lenses, the megapixels are great! great image quality in video. Read more ›
Lenses render sharper and the higher quality glass you feed it the better it gets. It's well built and the controls are easy to use. I wish the external battery grip was… Read more ›
Very good, very like it. Although I am not a professional photographer ,it is convenient to use this to my baby shot many beautiful photos,haha Read more ›
The is my third DSLR and it…For the amount of money I spent and for being an Apple iPhone users for the past five years, I thought Canon would make the UI easier for users. Read more ›
The price has dropped to 2K for this camera and you can't ask for a better camera for a mid/high-level camera... Easy to use with great results. I had the 60D and 7D before… Read more ›
The 5D2's AF performance is pretty good at the central point. I use the 24-105 f/4 (great lens), the 85 f/1.8 and a Zeiss 35 f/2, and for the AF lenses I've never really… Read more ›
Colors comes out just how I remember them. Noise performance is great, super clean until 800, even 1600 ISO (by my standards. I used to hate anything above 400).. Read more ›
Pros Great low light performance Low cost Read more ›
The 5D Mark II quickly became my primary camera over my older 1D Mark II. The sharpness and ISO performance simply were no comparison. The only time I still use my 1D Mark… Read more ›
Comparing full-frame and crop isn't quite apples to apples. It's much easier to find crop lenses with good edge performance. This 5D II makes hash of almost all the… Read more ›
This is the best camera I've owned. Great low light performance. At $1,999, you can't go wrong with it. Read more ›
The AF and Dynamic range don't stand up to its Nikon competitors, but the colors are spectacular, it's very sturdy and comfortable in the hand, and reliable. Read more ›
The picture quality and colors are absolutely stunning. Natural light is the way to go! Read more ›
Most of the images were TACK sharp. The colors were super bright, super crisp, super creamy and almost edible. The images were a world's difference from the softness of… Read more ›
I have no probem shooting ISO1600 and often shoot ISO6400 without much thought. I shoot mostly L series lens and the colors recorded is simply amazing. Not over saturated… Read more ›
Fabulous full frame pics. Colors are spot on. Read more ›
Best feature is automatic control, that allows one to quickly adjust from portrait to landscape (or anything between) with a few clicks. Pictures are crisp with great colors! Read more ›

Most Helpful Customer Reviews

977 of 1,043 people found the following review helpful By Grant Brummett VINE VOICE on November 12, 2008
Style Name: 5D Mark II Body
Canon 5D Mark II

Never Ever: Rent, borrow or use the Canon 5D Mark II, if you do, you will have to own it. It's that good!


Crazy high ISO performance
Fantastic amazing image quality you have to see to believe!
Great menus, sharper, brighter, easier to read then 40D
Video, did someone say video? I love it! You will need a tripod!
Fantastic rear LCD that you can check actual photo sharpness
Super low light high ISO photographic tool with 25,600 ISO!!!
Feels great in your hands, the grip texture is easy to hold and is well balanced
Low 50 ISO allows photos at F/1.2 aperture out in bright sunlight for shallow DOF

No Built in popup Flash
A little slower shooting then the 40D
Very demanding of lenses, high end L lenses are a must have
Huge files: you will need larger memory cards and a larger hard drive
Ultra large bright sharp viewfinder makes my 40D finder seem dim and tiny
Hum... I'm thinking..


I have had my Canon 5D Mark II for a little over two weeks now. And I'm having a hard time putting it down.

I tried switching back to my Canon 40D and the very first thing you notice is how small, dim and fuzzy the viewfinder on the 40D is compared to the 5D Mark II. Especially if you are older you will really appreciate being able to easy see and read information in the viewfinder not to mention you can actually manually focus with it. It reminds me of my switch from the Canon Rebel XTi to the 40D. It's that big a difference.

The Images are huge and quite simply stunning. Plus I find that I can get away with very low noise all the way up to 3200 ISO on the 5D Mark II where the 40D was very noisy.
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97 of 99 people found the following review helpful By Paul on December 31, 2009
Style Name: 5D Mark II Body
I shot 35mm film ages ago, but stopped when the cost of purchasing film and processing fees became prohibitive. I have been a photographer in one form or another for nearly 20 years. I decided that I definitely wanted to go digital, but was not happy with any of the cropped sensor bodies available at the time (early 2000's). When the 1Ds and 5D models first became available, I drooled, but couldn't justify the amount of money. So I waited. Along came the 5D Mark II (or as we say in the software industry, version 2.0) The price was lower than the original 5D and the quality and speed were even better then the now-three year old model. I saved my pennies and nickels for a while and finally purchased one!

From the moment I picked up the demonstrator model in the store, I knew this was the camera for me. Well balanced, large view-finder, and *gasp* video! I'm not much of a videographer, but seriously, taking HD clips with a prime lens on a full-frame sensor is just insane!

- Low-light performance has to be seen to be believed. I'm sure you have heard the hype, but it's not hype. You really can take reasonable pictures in much darker rooms than you ever thought possible.
- Well balanced in your hands
- Simple menu system that does not require an engineering degree to use.
- Image quality (IQ) that simply blows away everything else in its class.
- Price is actually reasonable for what you get; hundreds less than the competition.
- Video!

- The IQ is _too_ good. You can actually tell the difference between pictures taken with "L" glass and those that were not.
- Frame rate isn't great for sports. If this is your intended use, look at the 7D or 1D.
- Video limited in odd ways.
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253 of 271 people found the following review helpful By Catherine Rodery on December 27, 2008
Style Name: 5D Mark II Body
This was my first full frame camera. Prior to it I had owned and operated a 40D, 30D and Rebel XTi. I am a wedding and sports photographer primarily, so I have been able to test the 5D Mark II out under both of these conditions.

For basketball I used it with AI Servo, Center Point focus, but went into custom settings and enabled the AF assist dots. It worked like a dream, focusing faster and more accurately than my 40D ever had. While no, the FPS aren't ideal for sports, if you can lock on focus like this from the start, you can still achieve amazing sports photographs. Plus the fact that I was able to shoot at ISO 4,000 and not have noticeable noise was just incredible. The shots auto-white balanced correctly too which normally in the arena I shoot at is not what happens on my 40D.

My first wedding all I could say all day was wow. I was getting available light photographs I never would have dreamed of before. The new screen also made it incredibly easy to determine if something was in focus or not. When I would switch between my 40D and 5D2 I found out just how spoiled that screen had made me, since the 40D screen looked terrible to me now when previously I thought that had a great screen. I sure was wrong! 920,000 pixels is definitely the way to go on this LCD. I primarily shot with center point (one shot) for my focus and it nailed focus every time. I did a mix up of manual, aperture priority and some program (Program mostly for the formals)

What else do I love about it? The 98% view finder is awesome. I like being able to use UDMA cards in it...

Video! Although I'm not a video / motion person by nature, I prefer stills, I've been testing out the video quite a bit.
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