Canon announces EOS 5D Mark IV
After several leaks, the new Canon EOS 5D Mark IV has arrived on stage. The fourth generation of the full-frame DSLR for enthusiast and professional camera is built around a new 30-megapixel Dual Pixal AF sensor, which significantly extends the still photos and video capabilities of the range.
What’s new in the camera including the aforementioned sensor, which allows for fast phase-detection autofocus in video and—for the first time in a Canon full-frame body—continuous focus for stills shooting in live view. For videos, it can capture DCI (4096 x 2160) 4K format at up to 30p (and up to 60p in 1080, and 120p in 720). For continuous shooting, it can go up to 7 frames per second. It also now has 61 AF points with expanded vertical coverage with 41 cross-points, and AF possible at all 61 AF points with many lens + extender combinations effective at f/8.
If you are looking to get one, the global release is set to be sometime in September, and with an estimated retail price of USD 3499 (~RM 14,074) for the body only, USD 4399 (~RM 17,700) for the 24-70 F4L IS kit, and USD 4599 (~RM 18,505) for the 24-105 F4L IS II kit.