5D Mark IV
Canon EOS 5D Mark IV to feature faster sensor readout speed
Canon has just introduced the EOS C300 Mark II camcorder, which is capable of recording videos at 4K resolution. Moreover, the shooter comes with sensor readout improvements. According to insider sources, the Canon EOS 5D Mark IV will use the same technology, allowing the DSLR to read the data from the sensor a lot faster.
More Canon 5D Mark IV rumors: 28MP sensor and 4K support confirmed
Canon is expected to introduce new DSLRs by the end of 2015. One of them is the replacement to the 5D Mark III. The latest Canon 5D Mark IV rumors are stating that the camera will come packed with a brand new 28-megapixel image sensor, which will be capable of capturing videos at 4K resolution.
4K-ready 5D Mark III successor to be called Canon 5D X?
New details about the Canon 5D Mark III successor have showed up on the web. This time, they are coming from a trusted source, who has tested a prototype of the shooter. It is said that this model features a lower-megapixel sensor than the current generation and that it could be called Canon 5D X, when it becomes available.
First Canon 5D Mark IV specs list leaked
After many tidbits and details about the 5D Mark III replacement leaked on the web, an unnamed source has revealed the first Canon 5D Mark IV specs. The list includes known information, such as 4K video recording, along with other details that have been mentioned, such as a maximum ISO sensitivity option of 204,800.
4K-ready Canon EOS 5D Mark IV coming this August
As the 5D-series is being split into three cameras, there are lots of questions about what is happening to the Canon EOS 5D Mark IV. A lot of people hoped that it would become official in early 2015. However, it seems like the DSLR is coming in August 2015 along with 4K video recording and superior low-light capabilities.
Canon 5D Mark IV rumored to be announced later this year
The long-rumored Canon 5D Mark IV DSLR camera will not be revealed on February 6. The 5Ds and 5Ds R will be the only DSLRs with full frame sensors to be announced next week. The 5D Mark III replacement will be launched later this year with improved low-light performance and a higher ISO sensitivity option.
50-megapixel Canon 5Ds DSLRs to be announced this March
Canon is once again rumored to be working on a couple of DSLRs with big-megapixel sensors. Sources are reporting that the so-called Canon 5Ds cameras will employ 50-megapixel full frame sensors and that they will be revealed this March. This means that they will miss the CP+ 2015 event taking place in mid-February.
New Canon 5D Mark IV rumor points at low-megapixel sensor
More details about the future replacement of the 5D Mark III have been revealed. It appears that the DSLR will actually have three successors instead of one. Two of them will employ a big-megapixel sensor, while the third will feature a low-megapixel model and will become the sought-after Canon 5D Mark IV.
Canon 5D Mark IV release date set for early February 2015
Canon fans may be up for a busy beginning of the year, as the Japan-based manufacturer is rumored to launch three full frame DSLR cameras in early 2015. According to some sources, the Canon 5D Mark IV release date has been scheduled to take place in February 2015, while another DSLR will be revealed around the same time.
Canon EOS 6D Mark II to be more expensive than its predecessor
Canon will allegedly make some changes to its full frame DSLR line-up. The company is planning to move a couple of its cameras up the ranks. Sources are reporting that the Canon EOS 6D Mark II will have better features and will be more expensive than its predecessor, a path which could be followed by the Canon EOS 5D Mark IV.
Canon 6D Mark II rumored to feature Dual Pixel technology
After having announced the EOS 7D Mark II at Photokina 2014, Canon is already working on its next cameras. According to the rumor mill, the list includes the Canon 6D Mark II and the 5D Mark IV. Both of them are said to employ Dual Pixel CMOS AF technology, while the former is also said to feature a tilting display.
Canon 5D Mark III replacement might not record 4K videos
A Canon 5D Mark III replacement is rumored to be in development. Sources have reported that the EOS 5D Mark IV will be released in early 2015 bearing 4K video recording capabilities. However, a new report is suggesting that the upcoming DSLR camera will not come packed with the ability to capture videos at 4K resolution.
Canon 5D Mark IV DSLR once again rumored to record 4K videos
Canon is rumored to issue a response to the Nikon D810 sometime in early 2015. The Canon 5D Mark IV DSLR camera is in development and will be ready to hit the markets next year. According to inside sources, the shooter will be capable of recording videos at 4K resolution, something which cannot be said about the Nikon D810.
Canon 1D X Mark II and 5D Mark IV to be launched in early 2015
Canon is rumored to reveal a couple of DSLR cameras with full frame image sensors at the beginning of 2015. The Canon 1D X Mark II and 5D Mark IV will take the place of the 1D X and 5D Mark III with the same new sensor technology which will be added for the first time into the 7D Mark II. Either way, both FF DSLRs are coming in 2015.
Canon 5D Mark IV to feature big megapixel 4K-ready sensor
Canon will not announce any Cinema EOS cameras at the NAB Show 2014 after all. Sources have backtracked on their claims and have decided to focus on other matters. Without further ado, it seems like we will be graced by a Canon 5D Mark IV DSLR camera with a big megapixel sensor and 4K video recording support in the near future.