Canon 5D Mark IV Coming with 4K Video Before NAB 2016

Canon is rumored to launch the EOS 5D Mark IV DSLR camera before the NAB 2016 show in Spring. More details has been leaked online.

According to the latest Canon Rumors, there will be a Canon 5D camera which will be able to record 4K videos. The digital SLR camera is expected to be announced before the EOS-1D X Mark II begins shipping which refers to April.

The National Associations of Broadcasters – NAB Show 2016 event is scheduled to begin on April 16. The exhibition will be located at the Las Vegas Convention Center in Las Vegas, Nevada. A strong possibility that the long-rumored full-frame DSLR from Canon to be announced in April before the NAB event.

Canon 5D Mark IV Coming with 4K and DualPixel CMOS AF Sensor


The Dualpixel CMOS AF sensor introduced in the Canon 1DX Mark II DSLR camera as the new technology might also be used on the Canon’s 5D Mark IV model too. So we can guess new Auto-Focus system on the 5d successor will be based on the flagship model.

Canon 5D Mark IV Rumored Specifications

Here are the previous combined specs for the 5D Mark IV which will replace the EOS 5D Mark III currently priced for $2,499.

  • 28MP sensor
  • 9fps burst fps
  • DIGIC 6+ Image Processor
  • 4K video recording
  • 61 point AF
  • CFast & SD
  • Touchscreen
  • Built-in GPS & Wifi
  • Light weight body

Canon is also rumored to announce a new EOS C500 Mark II camcorder for the NAB Show 2016 event which is expected to be able to record videos at 8K resolution.