Canon is set to announce the EOS 5D Mark III, its long-awaited replacement for the 5D Mark II, in March, according to "consistent mentions" cited by Canon Rumors.
The launch will take place following the CP+ show in Japan – Canon's timing its announcement to avoid clashing with the February announcement of the Nikon D800, according to the site.
While the Nikon D800 is predicted to arrive packing a 36MP sensor, the 5D Mark III is expected to feature a 21MP or 22MP CMOS sensor along with a DIGIC 5 processor, 19 AF points, GPS capability and 5fps continuous shooting.
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