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Full-fra me bargains

CANON'S full-frame EOS 5D range has been in production since the release of the original 12.8MP EOS 5D in 2005. While subsequent models in the line have evolved greatly in terms of their core hardware and technology, the 5D range as a whole remains committed to providing photographers with the same professional-grade image quality, features and build quality of Canon's flagship full-frame DSLR models but in a smaller and less

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