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810 doesn't just approach the 5d3, in tech, it pulls out and passes it and flips the bird at it on the way by.
Yes, we all know you think "camera" = "sensor". Frame rate...5DIII > D810. AF system...5DIII > D810.
I fully agree with Neuro. A camera is much more then a sensor. I see and compare regular photos of a d800 with my 5d3 on our local photo club. They are really great, and indeed at lower ISO, they are better then the 5d3 when you zoom in. However the 5d3 is a much more versatile camera then the d800. I can do landscape, portrait, sports, wildlife, studio,... This can't being said from the d800and even not from the d810. That's what Neuro mentioned by a camera is much more then the sensor only. So in my opinion the current d810 of Nikon is still behind on Canon, but that's of course how you look at the camera. If you use it only for landscape and portrait then the D800/810 is a challenger, but for sure not the most versatile. So, I can agree that the sensor of nikon surpasses canon, but in the other areas they are still behind !