First Canon 5D Mark IV Specifications Leaked Online

Canon is rumored to announce the EOS 5D Mark IV DSLR camera sometime in 2015 and the first set of specifications of the 5D Mark IV has been leaked online.

Previously the long-rumored Canon EOS 5D Mark IV DSLR camera scheduled for CP+ 2015. Instead the Company has introduced the 50-megapixel full frame EOS 5Ds and 5Ds R DSLR cameras.

Now according to latest Canon Rumors, the 5D Mark III successor will be called 5D Mark IV and to be announced in August 2015 with better low-light performance and 4K Video Recording. More details after the break!

Canon 5D Mark IV Coming Sometime in 2015


Canon 5D Mark IV Rumored Specifications

  • 18mp Full Frame CMOS
  • ISO 100-204,800
  • 61 AF Points (all crosstype)
  • 12fps
  • Dual CFast
  • 4K Video Capture

Canon EOS 5D Mark IV will focus on low light events, wildlife, and sports photography. The DSLR camera is said to come with improved video and still performance and features, and with just a modest increase in resolution.

Even the 5D Mark IV is expected to feature a low-megapixel count image sensor, it would be a direct competitor to the Nikon D750. If you find the above specs weird please see the earlier 5D Mark IV full specs posted here.

via CR