Canon's next EOS R model with an APS-C imaging sensor might not be far away,…
Update #2: This may be the patent Dual Pixel RAW is based on (thanks lwestfall)
Scroll down for the Dual Pixel RAW discussion.
Update: Digicame-info also posted a detailed specification list. I added the Dual Pixel RAW information leaked at Nokishita Camera (see below):
- Newly developed 30.4MP CMOS sensor
- Dual Pixel CMOS AF
- Dual Pixel RAW: One of the RAW file recording both the normal image and the parallax information. Digital Photo Professional of the “Dual Pixel RAW Optimizer” in the can: three of image processing
- Image Micro-adjustment: by using the depth information, fine adjustment enables the position of the maximum sharpness and resolution
- Bokeh Shift: to change the position of the previous blur (original: repositions the viewpoint of foreground bokeh for a more pleasing result)
- Ghosting Reduction: reduces the ghost and flare
- Image processing engine DIGIC6 +
- New noise processing algorithm that reduce the noise more effectively
- ISO 100-32000 (extended sensitivity ISO 50, ISO 51200, ISO 102400)
- DLO (Digital Lens Optimiser) diffraction correction (adds fine detail in the Picture Style)
- Auto-Focus 61 points. Corresponding to F8 in all of the distance measuring point. Focusing down to -3EV (live view -4EV)
- Seven AF area selection modes, including a “large zone AF”
- 100% field view in optical finder, magnification 0.71 times
- Electronic level (2-axis)
- LCD monitor 3.2 inches 1.62 million dots
- Touch panel
- 150,000-pixel RGB + IR metering sensor
- 252 zone photometry
- EOS iSA system
- EOS iTR system
- Continuous shooting up to 7 frames/sec (OVF is used)
- Servo AF live view continuous shooting 4.3 frames/sec.
- Touch AF
- Touch Shutter
- Mirror vibration control system (MVCS)
- Anti-flicker system
- Wi-Fi built-in (IEEE802.11 b/g/n)
- EOS’s first FTP/FTPS transfer function (wireless file transmitter required)
- GPS built-in
- GPS logger function
- 4K 30fps video mode (MJPEG)
- 4K 30p 4: 2: 2 support Motion JPEG
- Full HD 60 fps (ALL-I, IPB)
- HD 120 fps (ALL-I)
- JPEG images of 8.8MP from 4K video in the camera
- 0.25 times the HD 120fps high frame rate movies for slow motion
- CF (UDMA7) and dual-card slot of SD/SDHC/SDXC (UHS-I)
- Built-in interval timer and valve timer
- Durability of the shutter
15 million times150,000 actuations
- Magnesium alloy body
- Weather sealing (dust and water)
- The size is 150.7mm x 116.4mm x 75.9mm (5.93 x 4.58 x 2.98 inches)
- Weight: 890g/1.96lbs (battery, including memory card), 800g/1.76lbs (body only)
A more detailed specification list for the upcoming Canon EOS 5D Mark IV leaked at Nokishita Camera.
Although the text is machine translated from Japanese, I think it is getting clearer what Dual Pixel RAW means and is for (the text in red above). My interpretation of what leaked so far is that Dual Pixel RAW is a technology that will allow for some focus adjustment in post-processing. This is something we know from light-field cameras like the Lytro.
I think the text below leaves no doubt. For instance “normal image and the parallax information” makes me think there is more than one image that’s taken on more than one focus plane. And “by using the depth information, fine adjustment enables the position of the maximum sharpness” seems to point to the possibility to shift the focus in post-processing, as does “Bokeh Shift“. As far as I understand, the “focus post-processing” will be available in a new version of Canon’s Digital Photo Professional software.
Well. Canon is going to set another technological milestone.
Let me know what you think about Dual Pixel RAW, am I right with my interpretation?[via Nokishita Camera]
Are you going to buy the Canon EOS 5D Mark IV?
- Yes! (47%, 2,322 Votes)
- No! (30%, 1,471 Votes)
- Not sure (23%, 1,145 Votes)
Total Voters: 4,938
The EOS 5D Mark IV will start shipping in the mid of September 2016. Launch price should be €3,799 in Europe and $3,299 in the USA. Please note that I am not 100% sure about the US price, could also be $3,499. Maybe $3,499 is more likely.
No price hint We know the price for the EF 24-105mm f/4L IS II USM ($1,099) and EF 16-35mm f/2.8L III USM ($2,199) lenses. The EF 24-105mm will most likely start to ship with the EOS 5D Mark IV (it’s a new kit option), while the EF 16-35mm may be seen a bit later, probably in October.
Canon is set to make a big announcement on August 25, 2016. The following gear (and new EOS 7D Mark II kits) will be announced to the world: