Canon is rumored to launch the EOS 5D Mark IV sometime in late 2015 and more details has been leaked online for the DSLR camera.
According to latest Canon Rumors, the 5D Mark IV isn’t scheduled to be announced until the fall of 2015, at the earliest, and the release date of the DSLR shooter is expected after the EOS 5DS/5DS R models starts shipping in reasonable numbers.
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.
More Canon 5D Mark IV Specifications Leaked Online
You might remember the post we’ve posted earlier, mentions about the previous specs list for the 5D Mark IV is actually belonging to the 1D C successor, which will be called Canon 5D C.
Now the rumored specs for the Canon 5D Mark IV below sounds interesting, which makes the DSLR acts more like an action camera.
Canon 5D Mark IV Rumored Specifications
- 28-megapixel Full Frame sensor
- High ISO
- 61 AF Points (all crosstype)
- Dual CFast
- 4K Video
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. It would be a direct competitor to the Nikon D750.
The rumor mill also in talks that the EOS 5D Mark III sales are still good and that may delay the release of the EOS 5D Mark IV until after the EOS-1D X Mark II is announced.