Canon has stepped things up a gear in recent years by leading with higher-resolution DSLR cameras. It had long been said that the 24-megapixel mark would be the company’s limit until lenses could make the best of the capture resolution – a concept that was not just slightly but entirely demolished by the company’s 50.6-megapixel EOS 5DS (and R) DSLRs.
Enter the brand new Canon EOS 5D Mark IV and that resolution trait has, in part, influenced its choice of sensor. For the 5D Mark IV dons an all-new 30-megapixel full-framer, making it a notable step-up over the previous Mark III’s 22.3-megapixel offering, which, at the time, was perceived as a limited jump over to the Mark II model.
The EOS 5D range has long been known as the enthusiast DSLR – but never as a Nikon D810 competitor, which is approaching where the 5D Mark IV is now pitched. What it offers above and beyond its near competition, however, is staggering performance across the board.
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