Canon EOS 5D Mark IV Body

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Why should I buy the 5D Mark IV?

No matter who you are, or what you’re shooting, the EOS 5D Mark IV delivers uncompromising image quality and a professional performance. 30.4 megapixel CMOS for outstanding image quality, with 4K cinematic shooting.

 

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Why should I Upgrade my Canon 5D Mark III to the Mark IV?

Although both cameras feature a full-frame sensor, the 5D Mark IV has a significantly better resolution as a result of the sensor. The 5D Mark III has a 22.3MP sensor compared to the much superior 30.4MP sensor of the 5D Mark IV. To put that into perspective, the 5D Mark II had a 21.1MP sensor, so you can see how Canon have ramped things up a bit!


Canon EOS 5D Mark IV Digital SLR Camera Body - Main Features & Benefits

  • The 5D Mark IV has two separate processors (DIGIC 6 & DIGIC 6+) that work simultaneously at different tasks (image capture and metering). This update makes the Mark IV faster and more reliable.

  • The AF system has been tweaked so all of its 61-points are cross-type and sensitive down to f/8 and work in -3EV, perfect for wildlife photographers and those who use long lenses with converters.

  • The body design is very similar to the Mark III with only a few small changes, namely it's weight (50g lighter), as a result of the interior being made from aluminium and not stainless steel. Canon also suggest that the weatherproofing has also been improved.

  • The ISO range is higher in the 5D Mark IV and the camera also performs better than the 5D Mark III at the top end speeds (32,000). 

  • 30.4 MP CMOS full-frame sensor - A significant upgrade on the Canon 5D Mark III, delivering sharper and more detailed images.

  • 4K video up to 30p with a very impressive bitrate of approximately 500mbps. Our recommendation when recording at the higher bitrate in 4k would be to have multiple storage cards!

  • ISO sensitivity ranging from 100-32,000 - Performs better at the top ends compared to the 5D Mark III and therefore more capable in low-light.

  • Dual-pixel Raw - Make micro adjustments to focus...after you've taken the shot! a very useful feature not available on the Mark III enabling you to tweak those images that are slightly off.

  • 3.2-inch touchscreen Clear View LCD II with 1,620k dots - Touchscreen wasn't available with the Mark III, and now considered 'the norm' Canon have added this feature to the 5D Mark IV making it useful to zoom (by pinch), and setting the autofocus point when video recording or shooting live view.

  • Optical viewfinder with approximately 100% coverage

  • Built-in Wi-Fi, GPS and NFC - Control the camera remotely and instantly share images and videos with a smart device.

  • Ability to upload to FTP directly via Wi-Fi

  • USB 3.0 port for fast tethered file transfer
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Our review of the Canon EOS 5D Mark IV DSLR

Dubbed 'the biggest release of the year' (2016), the long awaited Canon EOS 5D Mark IV had a tough job following the huge success of the best-selling EOS 5D Mark III

There’s an abundance of new features as mentioned above, but the ones that stick out for us are the impressive jump to a 30.4 Megapixel CMOS sensor, combined with the DIGIC 6+ image processor. This combination, along with the AF system found in the 1DX Mark II (Canon’s flagship professional model), makes this a very impressive Digital SLR Camera.

  • Watch our in-depth interview with Canon's David Parry on the 5D Mark IV.
  • Canon EOS 5D Mark IV DSLR - Introduction Video.

 


Take a look at the Canon EOS 5D Mark IV Digital SLR Camera - Because the Devil is in the Detail

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  • canon eos 5d mark iv build - inside view
  • 5d mark iv dslr side view

 


Precision as Standard - The impressive 61-point AF system of the 5D Mark IV

  • 5d mark iv auto focus
    Precision as standard - Stay focused, with an expanded 61-point AF system that tracks even the most erratic subjects, and that can be customised to every situation. Accurate exposures come from a metering system so advanced it has its own 150,000-pixel RGB+IR sensor. Anti-flicker technology combats variations in brightness under artificial lighting.
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    Engineered to perform - In pursuit of the perfect moment, the EOS 5D MARK IV can shoot continuously at 7fps. Its viewfinder and user interface are highly customisable, with intuitive touch-screen operation offering new levels of camera control. Add weather-proof sealing and you have a DSLR that’s at home in just about any environment you can think of.


Official Canon EOS 5D Mark IV DSLR Promotional Video


Step up to Cinematic 4K with the Canon 5D Mark IV

Capture video at resolutions up to 4K with all the creativity you’d enjoy when shooting stills. 




  • Following in the footsteps of its predecessors, the EOS 5D MARK IV once again offers DSLR movie makers new ways in which to be creative. Capture 4K footage at 30fps, from which 8-megapixel still images can be extracted as JPEG files. Or explore different timescales with 120 fps HD video for slow-motion effects and built-in timer facilities for time-lapse movies. Dual Pixel CMOS AF allows continuous focusing – lock on to moving objects with just a tap of the camera’s (or your smartphone’s) touch screen.
  • Explore 120 frames per second HD slow motion.
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  • Stay connected - There’s other data in the EOS 5D MARK IV’s files too. Built-in GPS tags images with your location as you shoot them. IPTC metadata can also be embedded. With in-camera RAW processing it’s easy to produce client-ready JPEGs, and Wi-Fi and NFC connectivity makes it simple to send or share them, using either FTP/FTPS networking facilities or your smartphone.

The 5D Mark IV DSLR has advance control

Operate faster and more naturally with customisable touch-screen controls.  The Canon EOS 5D Mark IV features a 3.2" 1620K dot, Clear View, capacitive LCD screen.  Offering Quick Control settings, playback operations and magnified display, AF point selection in Live View and Movies, including Touch-Shutter.

  • 5d mark iv custom quick control
    Custom Quick Control .
  • canon eos 5d mark iv dual card slot
    Dual Card Slots.
  • 5d mark iv custom touch
    Custom Touch AF.

 

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Canon EOS 5D Mark IV Digital SLR (Body Only) reviews verified by reevooReevoo

30 reviews

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Ease of use
9.1
Image quality
9.8
Features
9.8
Build quality
9.7
Value for money
7.9
Overall rating
9.6
Scores 9.6 out of 10 based on 30 reviews
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10 out of 10

Andy

GB Professional photographer
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Fantastic product easy transition for the mkiii
Reviewer left no comment
Confirmed purchase: 21 December 2017
Published on: 08 February 2018
10 out of 10

Simon

Lechlade GB Professional photographer
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Brilliant camera well worth the step up from 7dmkii. Brilliant in low light situations and easy to use.
Expensive but worth the investment
Confirmed purchase: 02 January 2018
Published on: 31 January 2018