The EOS-1Ds Mark III sensor, along with some of the great Canon L lenses, allows for prints up to 16 x 20 inches at 300dpi, although I'd guess that in reality, they could be up to 24 x 30 and beyond. The system's ruggedness and reliability are real factors to take into account as well.
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The EOS-1Ds Mark III system for landscapes
RAW versus JPEG
Maximizing dynamic range
Stitching images Vibrationless shooting Lenses Filters
12.1 San Francisco dawn. ISO 200, 1/1000 second at f/2.5, 135mm 2.0 L lens.
The IDs Mark III does wonderfully well in many situations. And although photography is about the camera, the final image is, of course, about more than the camera: your vision, shooting techniques, and post work all combine to create the quality and value in an image.
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