Canon’s 5D Mark IV is a top performer – but you’ll be paying a premium for it. Top-notch images are promised from this camera, which will be all too familiar to existing users of the 5D Mark III or 5D Mark II.
It features a new sensor, with 30.4 megapixels, and like its predecessors it’s a full-frame number. The 5D range is generally where Canon likes to show off its latest innovations, and for this iteration we have Dual Pixel RAW, which promises to shift the focus or bokeh ever so slightly after you’ve taken the shot. In other words, if you ever so slightly miss focus, and if you have DPR switched on, you might be able to save the final image post-production.