The 5Dmk3 is the only model to record continuous RAW in 1920x1080 without crop. Using crop it can record up to 3K depending on the speed of your CF card. Thanks to a CF and SD card slot, ML can live on the SD card and does not get touched by recording footage to the CF card. If you format the SD card, ML is gone and the camera boots into the standard Canon firmware. Do not update to the altest firmware though (1.3.3 for the 5Dmk3 for example) since it prevents using external code, meaning they blocked the use of ML!
More facts and an encouragement to read the ML Wiki:
You can decrease Rolling Shutter (Jello effect) by using ML’s FPS override from 25 to 24.
Canon’s “magic value” for the ISO is using the native point 1600 and applying -0.3EV via ML ISO menu resuling in 1250 ISO which has the least noise, even less than 100 ISO.
If you use ML’s Dual ISO (HDR) video mode (RAW only) you can squeeze full 14 stops of dynamic range out of your DSLR, which is the same value analogue film uses. The sensor gets read out in two ISO values: 10 for even lines and 1600 for odd lines resulting in a noise-free super dynamic image.
Now, go play with oyur heavily enhanced old DSLR!
P.S. there are many more features to be discovered.
special contact lenses to protect the eyes from the dangerous kerosine exhaust fumes.
in fact, nobody was thinking about it but cruise himself just a few seconds before the stunt. he could have gone blind - so could have a stunt double who might not have come up with this bright idea.
so things like that are most times more reckless and stupid than cool and brave.
just this summer i dropped my 5Dmk3 with the canon 24-105L lens from roughly 2m onto stone floor. the quick change tripod plate was not locked in and the camera just fell off.
the lens had the sun cap on which might have been why it survived. the camera hit the floor with the lens first. one edge of the front of the lens where you screw your filters on broke off.
everything still works, IS, AF and there is no optical flaw. canon's L series is very sturdy as well.