Canon 5D Mark IV announcement is scheduled for 25th August. The Canon 5D4 was rumored to sport 30MP sensor. This has now been reinforced by PC Online, which has caught hold of additional specs. To be more specific, the 5D Mark 4 will have 30.4MP, a continuous shooting speed of 7fps and 4:2:2 8-bit 500Mbps MJPEG video recording.
The Canon 5D Mark IV announcement is likely to happen on August 25 in Beijing conference. As Canon fans eagerly wait for the release, one question remains – Will the Canon 5D Mark IV sport breakthrough features as compared to 5D III? The spec list for Canon 5D Mark IV as reported by pconline is –
|30.4 MP sensor|
|7fps continuous shooting speed|
|CF / SD card slot|
|24 / 30fps 4K video recording|
|60fps 1080p video recording|
|120fps 720p video recording|
|8bit 500mbps MJPEG format|
|USB 3.0 interface|
The Mark IV is also expected to sport additional features on the touchscreen. The ergonomics have also been improved.
A PCTablet report suggests that the 5D Mark IV may be priced around $3000. That price is obviously for the body only. The new DIGIC 7 image processor will be seen in the 5D Mark 4. As of now, only the high-end Canon 1DC and 1D X Mark II can shoot 4K. A report from Fstoppers expects the much-awaited camera to come with more exciting features like GPS, Wi-Fi, fully-featured touchscreen, CFast, anti-flicker, and more. Canon 5D Mark IV is expected to have anti-flicker technology that first appeared in 7D Mark II. This technology adjusts the timing of the shutter to avoid poor exposure caused by the flickering of overhead lights. When it comes to autofocus, the 5D Mark IV will likely inherit most of the 1DX Mark II’s system with 61 AF points. GPS and Wi-Fi capabilities have been very well received by Canon fans worldwide. So it’s fair to expect at least GPS capabilities even in 5D Mark IV.
Nothing is final until the official announcement. So we suggest you take this information with a pinch of salt. Feel free to post in the comments section if you happen to know any other specifications of the Canon 5D Mark IV.