It’s been 4 long years since the last update to Canon’s best selling 5D line of cameras, and today, they’ve finally announced the long-rumored and much-anticipated follow-up to the 5D Mark III, the Canon 5D Mark IV.

We’ll go deeper into the features and performance of the Mark IV once we get our hands on one, so for now, we’ll be going over the specs only.

So without further delay, let’s dive into the Canon 5D Mark IV…

EOS 5D Mark IV Specifications:

  • 30.4 MP CMOS sensor
  • ISO range of 100-32,000, expandable to 50-102,400
  • DCI 4K (4096 by 2160) at 30/25/24 fps with 8.8 MP JPEG image extraction
  • Dual Pixel raw file format allows post-production fine-tuning of focal point, foreground bokeh shifting, and image ghosting reduction
  • 61-point (41-point cross type) AF system with expanded coverage and focusing down to -3 EV
  • 7 fps continuous shooting speed
  • Built-In Wi-Fi and NFC (remote shooting & sharing of images capabilities)
  • Built-In GPS for geotagging of images
  • DIGIC 6+ processor
  • Fully functional touchscreen allows for
    • setting changes
    • focal point selection
    • image review
    • pinch-to-zoom gestures
  • 150,000-pixel RGB+IR metering sensor including anti-flicker protection
  • Dual Pixel CMOS AF & Movie Servo AF
  • Time-Lapse movie mode
  • 100% coverage viewfinder
  • Dual CF and SD card slots
  • Mirror vibration control system to ensure maximum sharpness

 


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The Mark IV offers many improvements over the Mark III as you can see in the chart below.

Feature5D Mark IV5D Mark III
Sensor Resolution30.4 MP22.0 MP
Image Size6720 x 4480
5760 x 3840
Image ProcessorDIGIC 6+DIGIC 5+
Dual Pixel RAWYesNo
Image Micro-adjustmentYesNo
Continuous Shooting Speed7 FPS6 FPS
Native ISO SensitivityISO 100-32,000ISO 100-25,600
Video Maximum Resolution4KFull HD
LCD Size3.2″ Touchable TFT-LCD3.2″ Fixed TFT-LCD
LCD Resolution1,620,000 dots1,040,000 dots
Built-in GPSYesNo
Built-in Wi-FiYesNo
NFCYesNo
BatteryLP-E6N/LP-E6LP-E6
Battery Life900 shots (CIPA)950 shots (CIPA)
USB Version3.02.0
Dimensions151 x 116 x 76 mm152 x 116 x 76 mm
Weight890g950g

As with the 5D Mark III, the Mark IV is well suited for those shooting weddings or portraits, and will also make nature and landscape shooters very happy as well. The introduction of 4K video will also appeal strongly to videographers and filmmakers and anyone else who prefers a DSLR to shoot video with.


 


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Woodrow Walden is a Toronto-based photographer and the Social Media Community Specialist for Vistek.