Just to kick off the inevitable discussion, DPreview has posted high-ISO samples from a pre-production 5DIII. They are very impressive. Although they are jpegs--and clearly Canon's noise reduction is working hard in some of these shots--the detail retention is amazing.
If these results hold up for production raw shots, then there my be a new low-light/high-ISO king in the entry-level full-frame market.
So, with Canon providing a camera ideal with sports/journalism and low-light shooting, and Nikon apparently targeting the high-res studio/landscape crowd with the D800, the question is whether these cameras are really competitors?
For me, I think I want both. How about you?
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