Canon EOS 5D Mark II Digital Camera Review
If you just want to play with a DSLR that records video, don't shell out the extra cash for the 5D Mark II.
The full-frame, 21.1-megapixel Canon 5D Mark II aced our color accuracy and dynamic range tests, and captures 1080p movies with extraordinary quality. But it's not the perfect all-in-one still and video camera: there are still too many quirks.
Before you buy the Canon EOS 5D Mark II, take a look at these other interchangeable lens cameras.
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