Canon U.S.A. announced today the Canon EOS 5D Mark IV DSLR Camera along with the new L-series lenses.
You can pre-order the beautiful Canon EOS 5D Mark IV for $3499 with the body only or throw in one of two lens combos. The first is the Canon 5D with a 24-70mm lens for $4399 and the other includes the Canon 5D with a 24-105mm lens for $4599.
The new Canon 5D has a 30.4 megapixel full-frame CMOS sensor that lets you take up to 7 frames per seconds. It also includes a 61-point auto-focus system enabling you more points to catch that stunning shot. What got even better about the autofocus? You can use Live View while in continuous autofocus mode.
Low light? It’s no problem with an ISO range of 100-32000 with a 50-102400 expansion.
If you are into video, you can record 4k at 24p or 30p and get still frame pictures of 8.8 megapixels.
Want to easily share the photo? Use the built-in NFC and Wi-Fi.
Here’s the bad:
While the camera is beautiful, it has limited customization, has a 1.6x crop factor on 4k video and will require some pricey CF cards when recording at 4k due to the high bitrate Motion JPEC codec. Subject tracking is not complete dependable (per the norm).