Canon is allegedly planning to announce the long-waited 5D Mark IV DSLR sometime in late 2015.
Previously it has been said that Canon will replace the 5D Mark III with three new cameras and one of them was the EOS 5D Mark IV DSLR scheduled for CP+ 2015.
Looks like the company will introduce the 5D Mark IV with improved low-light performance, higher ISO sensitivity option and probably 4K video recording feature. More details after the break!
Canon 5D Mark IV Expected to Offer Better low-light Performance than 5Ds / 5Ds R
Even the 5D Mark IV is expected to feature a low-megapixel count (around 36MP) when compared to the one (50MP) on EOS 5Ds and 5Ds R. It would be a direct competitor to the Nikon D750.
The rumor on CR mentions about much stronger CFA means that the company will probably add a better Color Filter Array to the 5D Mark IV DSLR.
Canon EOS 5D Mark IV will focus on low light events, wildlife, and sports photography. See the 5D Mark IV full specs posted earlier here.
Canon 5D Mark IV Rumored Specs
- High ISO
- Focus on low light, sports events
- 4K video recording
- New video features
- Modest increase in megapixels
- To be announced in August, 2015
According to Northlight Images, the EOS 5D Mark IV will be announced in August 2015. The EOS 5D Mark IV is said to come with improved video and still performance and features, and with just a modest increase in resolution.
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