Their roadmap didn’t say they were discontinuing it. That of course may change, but it is still part of Canon’s arsenal.
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Where those on the 5d2? ISO 5000, holy crap that looks clean. How'd you get it that clean? I can believe that if it was on the 5d3, I love how good the 5d3 is with ISO's up to 6400, or even 8000.
My 5D3 had a similar situation, the first file names were just over 5000. I was surprised. Even a shop demo wouldn't show numbers like this.
There is a simple entirely plausible explanation given by our local CPS representative. Unless you are using a brand new card, the camera will pick up header information from the CF card to establish a commencement number. In your case it was 1500, in my case 5000. It's just a number and does not correlate to shutter actuations.
After studying the two images, it would appear that the case is completely different in shape and structure and also that the internals are quite different.
Is the author suggesting that these two images are both 5D MK III's ?