Canon EOS 5D Mark IV

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Canon EOS 5D Mark IV
The Canon EOS 5D Mark IV body with lens attached to it
Overview
TypeDigital single-lens reflex camera
Intro priceUS$3499.00
Lens
LensInterchangeable (EF)
Sensor/medium
Sensor typeCMOS
Sensor size36 × 24 mm (Full-frame) Dual Pixel Raw
Maximum resolution6720 × 4480 (30.1 effective megapixels)
Film speed100–32000 in 1/3- or 1-stop increments (expandable from L: 50 to H1: 51200; H2: 102400)
Storage mediaDual slots: CompactFlash (CF) card Type I (UDMA-7 supported) and SD/SDHC/SDXC card (UHS-I compatible)
Focusing
Focus modesOne-Shot, AI Focus, AI Servo, Live View (Face detection + Tracking, FlexiZone - Multi, FlexiZone - Single), Manual
Focus areas61 AF points (41 cross-type AF points at f/4; 21 cross-type AF points at f/8) with High-density Reticular AF II
Exposure/metering
Exposure modesScene Intelligent Auto, Program AE, Shutter priority AE, Aperture priority AE, Manual exposure, Bulb exposure, Custom (3×), Movie
Exposure meteringFull aperture TTL, 252 zones with 150,000-pixel RGB+IR sensor and EOS Integrated Subject Analysis (iSA)
Metering modesEvaluative, Partial, Spot, Center-weighted Average
Flash
FlashExternal
Shutter
ShutterElectronic focal-plane
Shutter speed range30–1/8000 s and Bulb; X-sync at 1/200 s
Continuous shootingUp to 7.0 fps
Viewfinder
ViewfinderEye-level pentaprism with 100% coverage and 0.71× magnification / LCD (Live View)
Image processing
Image processorDIGIC 6+ (for image processing) and DIGIC 6 (for metering and tracking)
General
LCD screen3.2″ (8.1 cm) Clear View II colour TFT LCD touchscreen with 1,620,000 dots
BatteryLi-Ion LP-E6N with 900 shots when fully charged
Optional battery packsBG-E20
Dimensions150.7 mm × 116.4 mm × 75.9 mm (5.93 in × 4.58 in × 2.99 in)
Weight800 g (28 oz), body only
Made in Japan
Chronology
ReplacedCanon EOS 5D Mark III[1]
SuccessorCanon EOS R5

The Canon EOS 5D Mark IV is a professional-grade 30.1-megapixel full-frame digital single-lens reflex (DSLR) camera made by Canon.[2][3]

Succeeding the EOS 5D Mark III, it was announced on 25 August 2016. The Mark IV went on sale in September 2016 with a retail price of $3,499 in the US, £3,599 in the UK, and €4,129 in the Eurozone. As Canon is phasing out its entire DSLR lineup[citation needed], this is the final model in the EOS 5D series[citation needed] and has effectively been succeeded by the EOS R5 mirrorless camera.

The 5D Mark IV is offered as a body only or in a package with an EF 24-105mm f/4L IS II USM zoom lens or an EF 24-70mm f/4L IS USM zoom lens; at introduction, the suggested retail price was $3,499, with 24-105 f/4L IS II kit $4,599, and with 24-70 f/4L IS kit $4,399.

Features[edit]

With lens
Rear view

New features over the EOS 5D Mark III are:

  • DCI 4K (4096×2160) with up to 30 fps (29.97 fps) up to 29′59″, with crop 1.74× (compared to full frame) in MOV (4K video: Motion JPEG; Full HD and HD Movie: MPEG4 AVC/H.264*; Audio: Linear PCM), MP4 (Movie: MPEG4 AVC/H.264*; Audio: AAC) *Variable (averaged) bitrate
  • Full HD video (1080p) up to 60 fps, HD (720p) up to 120 fps
  • C-LOG video footage with the C-LOG upgrade applied
  • Continuous shooting rate of up to 7.0 frames per second with full autofocus; 4.3 fps in Live View with Servo AF by Dual Pixel CMOS AF
  • All AF points support to a maximum aperture of f/8 with EV −3, 61 points high density reticular AF II system including 41 cross-type points, AF area expanded vertically.
  • Continuous red illumination of all AF points
  • DIGIC 6+ processor
  • Intelligent Viewfinder II
  • Inherited AI Servo AF III with EOS iTR AF from EOS 7D Mark II and EOS-1D X Mark II
  • Built-in GPS used for geotag information and syncing to UTC time: compatible with three satellite navigation systems including GLONASS (Russia), GPS (USA), Michibiki (Japan)
  • Standard ISO range 100–32000 (5D Mark III was 100-25600), expandable to ISO 50–102400.
  • Anti-flicker feature (introduced with the EOS 7D Mark II and EOS-1D X Mark II) – camera can be set to adjust the moment of exposure to compensate for flickering electric lighting
  • A touchscreen LCD, which allows videographers to select the camera's AF point before and during video recording.
  • New button under joystick and beneath Quick control dial.
  • Wi-Fi/NFC for wireless file transfer (with wireless transmitter)
  • Mirror Vibration Control System
  • Fine Detail – new Picture Style
  • Dual Pixel CMOS AF with Dual Pixel RAW: for bokeh shift, image microadjustments, ghost and flare reduction
  • Digital lens optimizer for JPEG shooting, inherited from the EOS-1D X Mark II
  • Time-lapse movie features[4]
  • 900 shot battery life (approx)[4]
  • Improved metering system with 150,000-pixel RGB+IR metering sensor and 252-zone metering
  • Approx. 100% viewfinder coverage[4]

Upgrades[edit]

On 20 April 2017 Canon issued a press release, announcing the upcoming availability of a C-LOG upgrade for existing EOS 5D Mark IV cameras. Pricing was set at US$99 and cameras shipping with the feature upgrade pre-installed were announced for July 2017.[5]

In early 2019 Canon released a Voice Tag upgrade for existing EOS 5D Mark IV cameras. Pricing was set at US$99.[6]

The upgrades are mutually exclusive, meaning only one upgrade can be applied to any given camera at a time.[6]

References[edit]

  1. ^ "It's Finally Here: Canon U.S.A. Announces The Highly Anticipated EOS 5D Mark IV DSLR Camera And New L-Series Lenses".
  2. ^ "First Impressions Review". DP Review. Retrieved 25 August 2016.
  3. ^ "Canon's 5D Mark IV has built-in Wi-Fi and shoots 4K video". The Verge. Retrieved 25 August 2016.
  4. ^ a b c "Canon 5D Mark IV now released!". thefuturewecreateisnow.com. 25 August 2016. Archived from the original on 26 September 2016. Retrieved 17 May 2017.
  5. ^ "Canon U.S.A. Announces Canon Log Feature Upgrade for the EOS 5D Mark IV Camera". usa.canon.com. Archived from the original on 1 July 2017. Retrieved 22 September 2019.
  6. ^ a b "EOS 5D Mark IV Voice Tag Upgrade". canon-europe.com. Archived from the original on 22 September 2019. Retrieved 22 September 2019.

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