Canon EOS 5D Mark III

D800 not living up to your low-light performance standards? You could always jump ship and pick up the new Canon EOS 5D Mark III ($3,500) instead. At its heart lies an all-new 22.3-megapixel full-frame sensor that delivers stellar images up to ISO 102,400, and it's augmented by the new, blazing fast DIGIC 5+ processor for 6 fps shooting, a 61-point AF system, Oscar-worthy 1080p video recording, a built-in HDR mode, and a rugged magnesium alloy body with a stainless steel mount — all of which ensure that you get the shot you need, no matter the time of day, weather, or situation.

  • Olympus OM-D E-M5 Camera

    '70s style lines meet modern capabilities in the Olympus OM-D E-M5 Camera ($1,000). Arriving with a rather stealthy black or silver body, the E-M5 packs a 16 megapixel Micro Four Thirds sensor into its body, along with 5-axis image stabilization, the "world's fastest" AF system, 9 fps shooting, a tilting, 3-inch OLED touchscreen, dust- and splash-proof construction, compatibility with the company's M.Zuiko lenses, and a built-in electronic viewfinder. [Scouted by Jocson]

  • Nikon D800

    While it might not be what everyone was hoping for, the Nikon D800 ($3,000) is sure to make a lot of shooters out there very, very happy. Designed with resolution heads in mind, the D800 features a whopping 36.3-megapixel full-frame sensor that will likely cause sleepless nights for some medium format cameras, the 91,000-pixel 3D Color Matrix Metering III sensor, an improved 51-point AF system, full 1080p video capture with professional features like uncompressed HDMI output, full manual control, and a dedicated headphone jack for accurate monitoring of audio levels, a 3.2-inch LCD monitor, 4 fps shooting — 6 fps with the optional battery pack — SD and CF card slots, and the Expeed 3 image processing engine. Arriving in late March, but you'd best get your pre-orders in now.

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