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Inget betygTEST: Canon EOS 5D Mark IV – Flaggskeppets lillebror
Conclusion Funktioner, snabbhet och pålitlighet är något som definierar nya Canon 5D Mark IV. Den kan sin fokusering, har mängder av funktioner och är kort sagt en riktigt spännande prestandakamera proppad av ny teknik. Detta är en av Canons viktigaste produkter, och det märks också att de lagt ned krut för att få ihop en kamera som kan det som de flesta efterfrågar – och lite till. På utsidan ser den ut som en 5D Mark III – men på insidan har det hänt många spännande saker.
Canon EOS 5D Mark IV review
- Touchscreen interface
- Advanced AF system
- Excellent sensor performance
- Expensive compared to rivals
- ISO range hasn't increased
- 4K video options limited
While the Canon EOS 5D Mark IV may look underwhelmingly familiar to the model in supersedes at first sight, don't be fooled – the engineers at Canon haven't stood still.Compared to the 5D Mark III, pretty much every element has been tweaked and improved. The 30.4MP sensor might not quite grab the headlines like those of some rivals, but it's still a welcome boost in resolution compared to the 22.3MP of the 5D Mark III, while the improved noise and dynamic range performance make it an even more tempting proposition for those users thinking of upgrading.And if you do upgrade, you'll get a camera that you can feel instantly at home with, while enjoying a number of improvements – the AF system is better for starters, with the Dual Pixel AF in Live View a huge leap forward. The touchscreen functionality improves handling considerably, while performance is also that much better.It's certainly no surprise to see DCI 4K video capture, although the 1.64x crop of the sensor does make it hard to get those wide-angle shots; and while there is support for clean HDMI out at 1080p, it's not supported for 4K.Those video irritations aside, the only other major stumbling block is the fairly hefty price, especially in the UK. However, if you can justify the outlay, then the Canon EOS 5D Mark IV has to be one of the most well-rounded and complete DSLRs we've seen. Suited to a range of subjects, from landscapes to sports and wildlife, it'll perform superbly in any situation.CompetitionCanon EOS 5DSWith 50.6 million effective pixels, image quality from the 5DS is simply superb, with fantastic detail, well-controlled noise and good dynamic range. The 5DS is now the benchmark for full-frame image quality, but it might not be quite as well-rounded a DSLR as the 5D Mark IV.Read the full review: Canon EOS 5DS
Inget betygCanon EOS 5D Mark IV
Canon's EOS 5D Mark IV is the long-awaited successor to the 5D Mark III, boosting the resolution to 30.4 Megapixels with a new full-frame sensor that supports Dual Pixel CMOS AF. It can film 4k movies and features built-in GPS and Wifi with NFC. Find out if it's the body you've been waiting for in one of Gordon's biggest reviews!