Canon 5D Mark IV Rumors Update


New rumors from Northlight Images suggest that Canon has a couple of 5D Mark IV variations undergoing field testing – an 18MP and a 24MP camera.

However, the final camera is expected to be 24MP resolution, while the 18MP version is being used to test AF speed and buffer management issues. Additionally, the camera is rumored to shoot less than 8fps.

Even at 24MP, that’s a relatively low resolution after the Canon 5Ds and 5Ds R have now landed at a whopping 50MP.

Previous rumors pointed to a 5D Mark IV camera with 4K video capture and a new flash system. Perhaps Canon will finally integrate the in-body radio trigger we saw years ago in its patent filings?

Additionally, past rumors suggested the 5D Mark IV would be equipped with a 28MP sensor and 9fps shooting speed. It seems we are getting closer to whittling things down and should start to see specs and rumors conform on some of these items.

Stay tuned!

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