I need one of these… On the 25th anniversary of its EOS system, Canon finally announced the long-awaited update to its full-frame 5D Mark II dSLR. The 5D Mark III is packed with capabilities for both still and video shooters, but at a much steeper price. As you’d expect, the 5DM3 consists of a combination of technologies, features, and design updates rolled out in the EOS 7D and the more recent 1D X. The result is a camera that looks similar to its predecessor with a lot more capabilities and better performance, but isn’t as different when it comes to the basics — photo and video quality — as you’d expect. Of course, the 5D Mark II is pretty great in those respects, so no drastic change isn’t necessarily a bad thing.