Canon 5D Mark IV DSLR camera is expected to be released later this month. As per early reviews, the upcoming DSLR is ready to surprise the professional and enthusiast photographers alike. It seems the Canon 5D Mark 4 might not just be another upgrade from Mark III.
The Canon 5D Mark IV sports a big 30.4MP sensor and a DIGIC 6+ image processor. It comes with an ISO range of 100-32000 (expandable up to 102400) and 61-Point High-Density Reticular Auto-Focus system. The camera supports 7 fps continuous shooting and 4K video recording with 8.8MP still grab. Users can record 4K videos in either 24 or 30p, but with a 1.64x crop.
Other features include Dual Pixel RAW, AF Area Select Button, Dual Pixel CMOS AF, Movie Servo AF, and CF / SD Card Slots. There is also a 3.2-inch 1.62m-Dot Touchscreen LCD display. Connectivity options include built-In GPS and Wi-Fi with NFC. The Canon 5D Mark IV will be available later this month. It has been priced at $3,500 (body only). The camera is available for pre-orders on B&H.
Reviews are coming in fast, before the official launch of the new camera. As per DPreview, the new camera fits into Canon’s product line nicely as the all-around full-frame option. The 4K video capture is a welcome addition. The new sensor has gotten the best DXOMark sensor score to date for a Canon DSLR. However, PetaPixel states that the new Canon DSLR still falls far short of the top sensors from Nikon and Sony. According to New Atlas, the Canon 5D Mark 4 is a huge leap from its predecessor. The new camera comes with an incredible auto-focus system that can lock on subjects with virtually zero lag time. The GamenGuide is calling the new Canon 5D Mark IV, an extremely versatile camera that produces top quality stills and noteworthy videos.