Canon EOS 5D Mark II 21.1 Megapixel Digital SLR Camera Body Only - Black

Canon EOS 5D Mark II 21.1 Megapixel Digital SLR Camera Body Only - Black

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The full frame EOS 5D Mark II combines outstanding resolution with up to 3.9 fps shooting and superlative high ISO performance. The addition of Full HD movie recording expands the boundaries of photography.


Canon EOS 5D Mark II 21.1 Megapixel Digital SLR Camera Body Only - Black Product Information

  • Quick Glance

    • LCD Screen Size

      3 in

    • Memory Card Support

      CompactFlash (CF) Card|Microdrive

    • Effective Megapixels

      21.1 Megapixel

    • Camera Type

      Digital SLR Camera

    • Lens Mount

      Canon EF/EF-S

  • Image Processor

    • Total Pixels


    • Image Sensor


  • Other Features

    • Maximum Video Capture Resolution

      1920 x 1080

    • Flash

      Rear Curtain Sync|Flash Exposure Compensation|Auto Flash

    • Camera Body Only

      Body Only

  • Lens Features

    • Digital Zoom


  • Dimensions

    • Height

      113.5 mm

    • Width

      152 mm

    • Depth

      75 mm

    • Weight

      810 g

  • Reference

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Expert Reviews

2 Reviews  4 Stars

  • 4 Stars Canon EOS 5D Mark 2 has collected 134 expert reviews for Canon EOS 5D Mark 2 and the average expert rating is 89 of 100. The average score reflects the expert community's view on this product. Click below and use to see all ratings, product awards and conclusions.

    Reviewed: August 17, 2011


  • 4 Stars Canon's EOS 5D Mark II review at Camera Labs

    Canon's EOS 5D Mark II is a powerful and feature-packed DSLR that represents a significant upgrade over the original 5D, and a tough rival in the growing 'affordable' full-frame market. The new Mark II may share essentially the same body and AF system as its predecessor, but almost everything else has been upgraded. The 21.1 Megapixel sensor is capable of recording a huge amount of detail given a decent lens, and the 3in VGA screen is a big improvement over its predecessor. The new movie mode is also very impressive, although a number of caveats mean it's unsuitable as a replacement for a normal camcorder and casual filming technique. Normal photos are not without faults too, including the now infamous black dot issue which could be a problem if you shoot at night. In our full review of the EOS 5D Mark II at Cameralabs, we've tested all the new features, explained how to make the most of the movie mode, and provided comparisons against its two main rivals, the Sony A900 and Nikon D700. We also have examples of the black dot problem and who it'll affect, so to find out if this is the right full-frame DSLR for you, check out our review.

    Reviewed: December 15, 2008

    Source: UK