Another source has provided some Canon 5D Mark IV specs, as the DSLR is quickly approaching its product launch event, which should take place within a couple of months.
The specifications of the Canon 5D Mark III replacement have made the headlines in the past. However, trusted insiders said that the information was not accurate because the company had not decided how the camera would be shaped at that moment.
These gossip talks were referred to as educated guesses, so it is not surprising to see that the actual Canon 5D Mark IV specs are similar to the ones mentioned within the rumor mill. Well, the DSLR is on its way soon and here is what it is going to offer!
Canon 5D Mark IV specs list will include WiFi, GPS, and more
Canon will put a 28-megapixel full-frame image sensor in the 5D Mark IV. The camera will be powered by a DIGIC 7 image processor, which will be able to resolve 4K videos. Beside 4K movie capturing, the sensor-processor combination will provide a native ISO sensitivity range between 100 and 51200 as well as a 9fps burst mode.
This device will support extended ISO sensitivities of up to 204800, which means that people will be able to rely on it in poorly lit environments. A headphone port and a touchscreen will join the specifications list.
Sources have confirmed that the shooter will also come packed with two card slots, one CFast 2.0 and one SD. Additionally, there will be integrated GPS and WiFi features along with a 61-point autofocus system – 41 points being cross-type.
The Canon 5D Mark IV specs list will include something that has never been added into an EOS-series DSLR. The feature is unknown, but it is not something big, insiders say. Whatever it is, it will become official in late August or early September along with the camera.
New kit lens for the new EOS-series DSLR
The weight of a DSLR remains important and Canon has focused on this aspect. As a result, the 5D Mark IV will be more lightweight than its predecessor.
A new kit lens will join the camera. It is said to be an EF 24-105mm f/4L IS II standard zoom lens. We are also given a price of the shooter: $3,600. However, it is unclear whether it includes a kit lens or not.
If it were to speculate, then we would say that the aforementioned price will be for the body-only version. Either way, stay tuned for more, as new details are on their way.