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It's no surprise that many videographers are currently drooling over the new Canon EOS 5D Mark III. The camera offers an extensive set of manual controls, Full HD recording, and the ability to shoot video with a ton of different lenses. We've also been impressed with the camera's low light capabilities, although we must specify that we've been shooting with a pre-production model.
One of the more impressive video controls on the Mark III is the camcorder's extensive range of ISO settings that runs from ISO 100 to ISO 12800. The clip below is a collection of videos shot at each of the camera's ISO settings available in video mode. The aperture remained at f/5.6 for all the shots, but the ISO and shutter speed changed for each shot. The videos were also purposely underexposed to illustrate the changes in noise as the ISO levels were increased. Enjoy!