Yes. We allow you to record video with any Canon DSLR body (cameras that have optical zoom included). DSLRs other than the Canon EOS 5D Mark III can only record 720p and 1080i video. DSLR owners that want to record 1080p and/or 4k video or recording in 4:2:2 format are required to purchase an external recorder.
Can I use my lens on my DSLR camera? Is my lens compatible?
All standard lenses will work with the Canon EOS 5D Mark III, although some high performance lenses may require special adapters. High performance lenses include the f5-6.3, f5-6.3L and higher, f8, f8-11, f9, f11, f5-6.3, f5-6.3L and higher. Please refer to the lens compatibility chart for full compatibility with the EOS 5D Mark III and to view lens compatibility chart (PDF, 2,811 KB).
Can I use my DSLR camera with Apple Mac or Windows PC?
Yes, with a few restrictions: Users must be able to use a compatible computer and an Apple Mac or Windows PC with the same full-featured software.
You can’t use your DSLR camera in Apple Mac or Windows PCs that do not have the Canon software installed on them. For more information, see: http://www.adobe.com/products/digital-camera/mac-and-windows/
The EOS 6D model can’t be used with Macs running Lion or later unless they include the Canon EOS Utility from the Mac App Store.
All older models without Optical Image Stabilization will need a separate, compatible lens.
Can I shoot with the DIGIC 6 Image Processor via a computer using the “Light” setting?
Yes. You can use the camera with any DIGIC 6 Image Processor, but all versions of the DIGIC 6 Image Processor (DNG-DNG-DS) will produce “Light” image files. The images are the same as those produced with Digital Camera RAW, but the “Dark” mode is used with the DNG-DNG-DS program to compensate for the limited amount of light in the camera sensor. For more information, refer to this blog post: https://blog.focalpoint.com/2014/08/18/with-dng-dng
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