Two yet unreleased Canon cameras showed up at a Russian certification authority. And there is…
More and more bits about the upcoming Canon EOS 5D Mark IV flock in.
We have been told (thanks) that the EOS 5D Mark IV will have Dual Pixel AF on board. This is in all truth a feature we expected and that doesn’t come as a surprise. It also was rumored in the past.
It’s two weeks to the announcement and we still know very little about the specifications of the EOS 5D Mark IV. An alleged, pretty blurry picture of what could be the EOS 5D Mark IV surfaced yesterday (update: it’s a fake).
I listed what we can expect to be announced by Canon on August 25/26 in the post below.
As I said, there are still no reliable information about the specifications of the EOS 5D Mark IV. For the time being the list below (posted by this site) is making its rounds (I added DPAF to the list).
- 7 fps
- Compact Flash/SD Card Slots (No CFast)
- Built-in Wifi
- Dual Pixel Auto-Focus
- 24/30fps @ 4K
- 60fps @ 1080
- 120fps @ 720
- USB 3
- Cable release port moved to the front of the camera where the “Mark XX” badge was.
- A lot more touchscreen functionality than the EOS-1D X Mark II
- Other ergonomic changes, such as a new “locking switch” on the rear of the camera.
47% of our readers think the EOS 5D Mark IV will come with 30MP, 42% think it will have 28MP. What do you think? Sound off in our poll.
What do you think will be the EOS 5D Mark IV resolution?
- 30MP (52%, 897 Votes)
- 28MP (35%, 600 Votes)
- 24MP (12%, 213 Votes)
Total Voters: 1,710