« on: March 01, 2012, 08:19:14 PM »
If the DR and ISO improvements are what is expected, then I prefer the Mark III for the artistic headroom it will provide.
Even in tripod shots, you got the element of time - how soft or crisp will be the clouds? or the stars? or the time you have to capture a light beam in a dark slot canyon; or that stormy weather on top of a mountain? Plus there are factors like DOF, HDR assemblies to contend with.
I dont have a 5D Mark II to compare. But my experience with just getting a 70-200 IS II with 4-stop stabilization opened up a bunch of freedoms. I suspect the new Canons will do the same in the form of artistic expression.