After much anticipation, Canon has revealed its newest flagship camera, the 5D Mark IV, with an all new sensor and 4K video capabilities. It will arrive in early September for a suggested retail price of $3500 for just the body, or $4400 with an included 24-70mm kit lens.
The new flagship Dual Pixel RAW technology allows you to correct microfocus errors, ‘bokeh shift’ and correct ghosting, even after the picture has been taken. The new camera also boasts a 30.4 megapixel full-frame CMOS censor, powered by a Digic 6+ processor. It is capable of 7FPS burst shooting and 30FPS 4K video. Another main focus has been on the autofocus technology- the Mark IV has as 61 point High-Density Reticular AF II system, with 41 cross type points. The system, along with a 150K pixel RGB+IR metering sensor allows for improved facial recognition and tracking ability as well as the ability to accurately lock focus in low light.
Connectivity improvements in the model over the previous 5D Mark II include WiFi, NFC and built-in GPS, allowing users to connect to any compatible mobile device quickly. You can preorder the camera on B&H Photo or explore its specs on the Canon website.