Canon EOS 5D Mark IV. 1/1000sec f/2.8 ISO 250. Canon EF24-70mm f/2.8L II Copyright Michael Topham Amateur Photographer Magazine
The Canon EOS 5D Mark IV is the company's latest member in the EOS 5D-series. Here we reveal what the camera is capable of with links to our full-size images
Oct 5, 2016 8:48 AM EDT
The Canon EOS 5D Mark IV is the direct successor to the Canon EOS 5D Mark III that was announced in 2012. The EOS 5D Mark IV introduces new developments and technologies that includes a never-seen-before 30.4-million-pixel full-frame CMOS sensor. Other key features include a sensitivity range of ISO 100-51,200 (extendable to ISO 50-409,600) and the same 61-point autofocus system as used inside the Canon EOS-1D X Mark II. Capable of shooting a continuous burst at up 7fps (or 3fps in its silent continuous mode), the EOS 5D Mark IV is the first 5D-series model to feature a pair of image processors and cinematic DCI 4K video capture (4096×2160) at 30/25/24fps.
A breakdown of the camera’s key features can be found by reading our Canon EOS 5D Mark IV review, where you’ll also find more about the EOS 5D Mark IV’s handling, image quality and all-round performance. The EOS 5D Mark IV costs £3,599 (body only) at the time of writing – around £600 more than the EOS 5D Mark III at the time it went on sale in 2012.
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