The EOS 5D Mark IV, the latest in the popular EOS 5D line of cameras well-reputed for their versatility and high performance, boasts of many features that are either new or substantial upgrades from its predecessor. These include Dual Pixel CMOS AF, an enhanced AF system with an increased coverage area, a brand new 30.4-megapixel CMOS sensor and 4K movie recording. This page is your one-stop resource to finding out more about these exciting new and enhanced features on the camera.
On 25 August 2016, Canon announced the EOS 5D Mark IV, its latest DSLR with a 35mm full-frame sensor and the successor to the EOS 5D Mark III which had gone on sale in 2012. This is a first look at the new camera.
As the latest successor in the popular EOS 5D series of full-frame cameras, the EOS 5D Mark IV additionally makes accessible some of the key movie shooting features well-loved on the flagship EOS-1D X Mark II, such as the 4K, High Frame Rate, HDR and Time Lapse Movie recording modes and the Dual Pixel CMOS AF system. In this article, we take a closer look at what this power-packed arsenal is capable of in actual use!
A look at the EOS 5D Mark IV, launched by Canon on 25 August 2016 alongside two interchangeable lenses, the EF24-105mm f/4L IS II USM and EF16-35mm f/2.8L III USM.
Michael Ori, along with his DIT Joey Jonaitis, will be demonstrating how they have utilized a wide array of Canon products to build their business. Attendees will have a first look at Ori Media’s latest fashion narrative "Solemn Oath" shot entirely on the 5D Mark IV.
As the latest successor in the popular EOS 5D line of cameras reputed for versatility, the EOS 5D Mark IV has been much hyped by enthusiasts and professionals familiar with the EOS 5D legacy. Here are 12 more reasons to get your hands on this feature-packed all-rounder!
As part of the introduction of Canon’s long awaited EOS 5D Mark IV release, Canon Singapore invited Michael Ori and Timothy Tan as speakers of the Take on The Infinite Seminar, held on 24 Sep 2016 at the Raffles City Convention Centre. The seminar attracted more than 400 photography enthusiasts and professionals who were keen to learn more about the new features of the EOS 5D Mark IV as well pick up some useful tips from the invited speakers.
The release of the new EOS 5D Mark IV, a model update four years in the waiting, has drawn much attention lately. The camera was developed with the aim of widening the scope of photographic expression in the respective genres of photography. The following is an interview with its developers on its concept and body design.
The new EOS 5D Mark IV has finally made its appearance. What’s the background to the significant increase in pixel count to approximately 30.4 megapixels? What role does the DIGIC 6+ image processor play? In Part 2 of this interview series, we asked the developers these burning questions.
How does Dual Pixel RAW (DPRAW) work, and how can users make the best of it? The developers of the EOS 5D Mark IV tell us in Part 3 of this interview.
Dual Pixel RAW (DPRAW) is a new recording format available on the EOS 5D Mark IV. With it, you can process your images in various ways using the Dual Pixel RAW Optimizer, which comes with the Digital Photo Professional 4.5.0. Read on to find out more about the three corrective effects you can use.
As the 4th generation model of Canon’s best-selling full-frame EOS camera, the EOS 5D Mark IV boasts a 30.4-megapixel full-frame CMOS sensor, with the highly sought-after Dual Pixel CMOS AF. High-speed, high-precision AF is realized not only for stills, but also for 4K movie shooting, making pro-level footage a possibility. With its versatility regardless of subject matter, this state-of-the-art DSLR is made to turn professional photographers’ creative ideas into concrete expressions.
Canon introduces the highly anticipated EOS 5D Mark IV, the next successor in the popular EOS 5D series. Equipped with a 30.4 megapixel full-frame high-sensitivity sensor and Dual Pixel CMOS AF for rapid focusing speed, the EOS 5D Mark IV delivers exceptional performance in both stills and 4K video shooting. New features such as support for Dual Pixel Raw (DPRAW) format and 4K frame grabs will empower photographers with greater control when creating and capturing their shots.
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