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Canon EOS 5D

A 12.8-megapixel full-frame image sensor is at the heart of a new addition to the Canon D-SLR lineup
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Canon EOS 5DA full-frame SLR allows you to use your existing 35mm lenses at their native focal lengths with no lens magnification.
This provides full use of your wide-angle and ultra-wide-angle lenses while creating a high-resolution digital file.

• Most compact and lightest full-frame digital SLR

• Improved automatic noise reduction

• Picture Style function simulates several different film styles for color and contrast

• Includes a 2.5-inch LCD, which provides a 170-degree angle of view of its 230,000 pixels

• 12.8-megapixel full-frame CMOS sensor

• Images processed using Canon DIGIC II image processing

• Nine-point AF system with six additional focus points for improved focus tracking

• Continuous firing rate of 3 fps for up to 60 consecutive JPEGs or 17 RAW files

Contact: Canon, (800) OK-CANON,

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