What is the best digital recording of Saint-Saëns’ 3rd Violin Concerto?


Of course, Itzahk Perlman is possibly the best living violinist, and his recording with Daniel Barenboim and the Orchestre de Paris is, at least on a musical level, exceptional. 
Joshua Bell with Charles Dutoit and the Symphonique de Montréal is a good recording, but Bell’s intonation is sometimes off. 
I enjoyed Renaud Capuçon’s recording (Orchestre Philharmonique de Radio France & Lionel Bringuier) until the last solo note of the first movement. Instead of just playing the note, he did a dramatic slide that sounded like an excuse for missing the actual B. 
Gil Shaham with the NYP and Giuseppe Sinopoli is another classic recording. 
Any opinions are appreciated!
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Is Zino  Francescatti still available?
Currently I can’t find Zino on Primephonic. I would like to hear his recording, though, since I am using his 1960 edition to learn this piece. 
I checked ArkivMusik.  Two Francescatti recordings listed, both in mono.
Primephonic has a pretty limited catalog.  Perhaps you can download one of the Francescatti recordings if you don’t want a CD.  I see that Julia Fisher and Vengerov have both recorded it you may want to check them out
Thanks for the suggestions! Vengerov’s recording is on Primephonic, so I’ll listen to him first, then I’ll check out ArkivMusik. 
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but Bell’s intonation is sometimes off.


It’s probably the junky 300-yr old violin that he plays causing the intonation issues ;-)