Now they're back with another absurdist comparison of the two mammoth DSLRs, closely analysing how well the beasts photograph in low-light conditions. As before, the video is both entertaining and informative. They keep a scorecard with a rundown of everything tested in the series so far, and in the end, the results are split: the D800 is better for stills, the 5D Mark III is better for video.
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