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EOS 5D Mark IV Full Frame Digital SLR Camera Body
The EOS 5D Mark IV camera builds on the powerful legacy of the 5D series, offering amazing refinements in image quality, performance and versatility. Canon 's commitment to imaging excellence is the soul of the EOS 5D Mark IV. Wedding and portrait photographers, nature and landscape shooters, as well as creative videographers will appreciate the ...
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EOS 5D Mark IV Full Frame Digital SLR Camera Body
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EOS 5D Mark IV Full Frame Digital SLR Camera Body

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The EOS 5D Mark IV camera builds on the powerful legacy of the 5D series, offering amazing refinements in image quality, performance and versatility. Canon 's commitment to imaging excellence is the soul of the EOS 5D Mark IV. Wedding and portrait photographers, nature and landscape shooters, as well as creative videographers will appreciate the brilliance and power that the EOS 5D Mark IV delivers.

  • 30.4 MP full-frame CMOS sensor for versatile shooting
  • Up to 7.0 frames per second continuous shooting speed
  • 61-point AF system with 41 cross-points for expanded vertical coverage
  • ISO range 100-32000 with 50-102400 expansion
  • 4K video recording at 30p or 24p and in-camera still frame grab of 8.8MP images
  • Touch-screen LCD monitor
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A Significant and Very Useful Upgrade to my 5D Mark III
by Valued Customer on August 06, 2018
 
 
 
 
 
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After using my 5D Mark III for over 5 years with stellar results whether it be for weddings, families, infants, or travel photography, I decided that I was ready for the next upgrade. Since I am retired, and take several extended trips each year, my primary motivation to upgrade was the inclusion of GPS tracking. I would get home from a trip with thousands of images, then as I started to edit and tag them I would wonder, ""were we in Honfleur, or Lyons, or Paris that day?"" Of course, I could figure it out from the exif date tags, but being able to see exactly where I was standing is fantastic!I gave the camera a real workout on a 3-week Panama Canal cruise in which we visited 8 countries and had many excursions. Just the trail of GPS tags on my Lightroom map as we crossed the Panama Canal showing our progress throughout the long day in which I took >600 images makes it all worthwhile for me. The GPS mode does eat up battery life quickly, and I might need 2 batteries for a days' worth of shooting, whereas with it turned off, I could get by with just 1 battery. To me, that is a small price to pay; however when I'm not travelling, for instance for local portrait photography, I leave it turned off.Other significant improvements include the high ISO performance. I frequently shoot in AV mode, and rarely give a thought to high the ISO is going on the Mark IV. Even at very high ISO's I know I'm going to get a usable image.The touch sensitive screen is a great enhancement. Using the quick menu I can change settings on the fly and not even worry about missing a shot. Be aware that while you have the touchscreen turned on, it is really easy to bump a control and end up with an unwanted setting. Somehow I accidentally changed the quality from RAW to Large JPG and ended up with days' worth of images for which I had no RAW I'm sure that won't happen again!There are many other enhancements, both small and large; but what I like about this upgrade is that it is already a very familiar camera to me. Virtually all of the controls are in the same position, and the camera body is nearly identical. In fact, if I have the 2 cameras sitting on a shelf in front of me, I actually have to pick it up and turn it around to read the front label to be sure I have the right one.

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Stoked
by Valued Customer on June 29, 2018
 
 
 
 
 
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It's a great camera for photography. For video it's a good camera, but they really could have added more features.I love the added photo features, and the 4k video.

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Lightyears past my Mark II (From a Portrait Photographer)
by Valued Customer on June 26, 2018
 
 
 
 
 
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This is the first review I've ever written on a product so it's safe to say there's a good reason why I'm writing one for this camera.Quick backstory: I started shooting in 2011. And ever since then have been shooting Photo and Video, mainly in the portrait world. I work with many fashion models and occasionally get booked for events, like weddings, mitzvahs, conferences, etc. About 6 years ago I got a Canon EOS 5D Mark II. And that has been my camera of choice ever since. But with so many advancements happening in the video space and a few other nice features new equipment had to offer I thought it was time for an upgrade. Because I definitely don't believe in needing to upgrade with each latest release.I had my work cut out for me. There are plenty of great options to choose from. Personally, I was between the Sony A7RIII, that just came out, or this.I ended up settling on the MarkIV and have been using it for the past 2 weeks before writing this review. I don't think I would've regretted the Sony but I am glad I went with this one.Five Reasons Why I'm in Love with This Camera:1) AUTOFOCUS: Compared to the Mark II the AF has taken major leaps in the meantime. The AF on this model is SUPER SMOOTH and RESPONSIVE. When on a job this is KEY. I come from a film background where MF is the way to go. But being able to just press the shutter half way and have sharp focus rendered almost immediately even in low light situations is a DREAM. YES, that's right. Even in low-light, I've been able to pull focus with the AF. But where this AF really shows off is with video. A lot of my work is video as well and now even that is great. Where the Mark II and older cameras didn't even have that feature, now this has become a major topic for newer models. This video AF is also responsive and accurate. You can even tap the touch screen, like a smartphone, and it will focus on what you touch. For video, it is so great to have access to this also when working on a gimbal or some sort of stabilizer and you don't have a focus puller or some sort of remote control focus pulling device. Note your lens has to support this feature.2) VIDEO: Now finally being able to shoot 4k on my Canon and 60fps in 1080p is great. Although Sony and some others have more to offer in the video space. Such as higher frame rates at higher resolutions this is enough for me. I don't need for the 60 fps at the moment and 4k at regular 24fps and 30fps is fine.3) INTERFACE/UI: The controls are typical canon controls. They are EASY to use and understand. May I repeat, EASY. Nearly identical to my Mark II. Except now it's touchscreen as well so if I don't want to use the scroll wheel I can just touch. But overall I think it's the smoothest interface for cameras in its category and price range. Heck even more so than more expensive cameras I've looked at. I can now also connect my external monitor to my 5D. The Mark II didn't have this option and this allows me to mount my cam on a gimbal and attach my monitor to where I can see it and use that AF we talked about earlier! Having this additional input opens up a lot for me. The camera also has a ""RATE"" button that allows you to rate photos in cam. and guess what? When you upload to LR it reflects the same rating you gave. So instead of sifting through your photos on your computer hours after the shoot and hours removed from the moment I know rate them there immediately. So when I get home my post workflow is MUCH FASTER. And that is something to love. It gives me more time to focus on the images I liked without deleting them, just by rating them in my camera.4) PHOTO SHARING: I hooked the wifi connection from my phone to my camera and sending photos is immediate! Almost like an iPhone airdrop. I literally edited some portraits the other day right on my phone after a family event, instead of doing it on my computer - especially since it didn't require any retouching. This is another feature that I love using just because it's so cool. I included a picture of my dad (in the red) - all the ones of him were edited on my iPhone.5) IMAGE QUALITY: This is tough to backup technically. But canon's color science is known to be great. There are plenty of reviews and blogs/videos about this. Many say better than Sony, Nikon, Fuji, etc. That, of course, is up to opinion. But besides that, the images just look great. I've included some below that I got around to editing after shooting around real quick. But I can noticeably tell the difference between the older and newer model of the 5D.EXTRA 6) MISCELLANEOUS: The battery life has surprised me. It's held up very well. One battery lasting me hours and hours of shooting. I haven't had to switch it mid-shoot yet and I've had some shoots span 2-3 hours. Then I'll pick up the camera the next day without charging it and my battery will last me a whole other shoot. It fits nicely, seems like the same size as the Mark II. It drizzled a little bit when I was using it and it gave me no issue. So I haven't pushed the whole ""weather sealed"" thing. But what I experienced gave me no reason to doubt it.The Bottom Line: No piece of gear will make you a better photographer on its own, but this camera certainly brings in a jolt of excitement when I take it out of the bag. I chose this cam in part because I didn't have to buy any new lenses or accessories and I now have my Mark II as the backup. But if you're considering making the leap to Canon or upgrading a previous Canon cam, this is a fine choice. Get it! You won't regret it. :)I hope you all find this review helpful. Thanks for reading, and happy shooting!Lucas [email protected] EOS 5D Mark IV Full Frame Digital SLR Camera Body

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Nice improvement over the MK III
by Valued Customer on June 23, 2018
 
 
 
 
 
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So far I love this camera. I have been using it for about a month now and taken it out for a few intensive shoots. It has not let me down. The focusing is much improved over the MK III which was my main motivation for getting this. It does have a few features that I have not and probably will never use like the Wifi but I didn't buy it for that. I didn't buy it for video so I cannot evaluate that but I think that if you are going to shoot video, get a video camera like their C 100 and shoot video. It does suck the life out of batteries much quicker than the MK III or MK II so I would suggest getting the battery grip and some spares.

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Excellent price.
by Valued Customer on June 12, 2018
 
 
 
 
 
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This is my second Mk IV body (first from this company) and it works as expected. Excellent price.

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Five Stars
by Valued Customer on June 11, 2018
 
 
 
 
 
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amazing stuff, works perfect, nothing bad to said, good seller, reccomended

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This is my favorite Canon camera I have yet to use
by Valued Customer on June 02, 2018
 
 
 
 
 
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This is my favorite Canon camera I have yet to use. The only thing I would suggest is to keep in my the weight is a bit more than I figured it would be. (A bit of that comes from the glass I had attached).My photos came out great, and the events I used it for went without any flaws. Another note is I never reached the full potential of this product! It will be a great tool in photography for years to come. I highly suggest it if you have the basics down and are looking for a intermediate/advanced camera in the photography realm.

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An absolute BEAST!
by Valued Customer on May 11, 2018
 
 
 
 
 
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I've had the 5D IV for about two months ago and have been shooting like crazy with it. My previous body was a very old 20D, so this was quite the upgrade. The tl;dr: for this intermediate to advanced amateur, this is an incredible body that has been a joy to shoot with and well worth the cost.THE OUTSIDE:Starting with the mechanics of the body, this thing is built like a tank. I bought a battery pack along with the body and installed the pack and two batteries immediately after unboxing the body. This setup is quite hefty but built like a tank. I'm a bigger man so I don't mind carrying this body around for large periods of time - even with a Canon 70-200 2.8 attached - but for the more dainty among us, this body may be unwieldy for long photowalks or events. The textured grip is wonderful and provides a nice, rubber-like feel that makes handling the extra weight easy - I can easily hold the camera, battery pack, two batteries, and an attached 70-200 2.8 with one hand with little concern that I'm going to drop it. All of the buttons have a nice tactile feel, and the main click wheel on the back of the body is much more silent than my old 20D - a welcome improvement. Perhaps my only ""concern"" - which I have quickly adapted to - is the fact the shutter release is quite smooth, and it took a little getting used to without the clear half-way stop to engage the autofocus and metering without accidentally releasing the shutter. I still sometimes may this error. Not a huge problem, but it did take some getting used to.That screen my oh my. I always thought that the touch screens on DSLRs were a bit gimmicky - after all, all I need the screen for is to know what my settings are and be able to quickly review images - but the touch screen is a GAME CHANGER. The ability to create your own ""status screen"" with what essentially amounts to a widget-like system is incredible, and being able to adjust any settings that you choose with a simple tap makes the whole process much simpler. My wife took the 20D, and watching her navigate the menus on a postage stamp-sized screen makes me hurt inside compared to my experienced with the 5D IV. The screen is nice and bright with an incredible resolution and a beautiful color space that makes reviewing images on-the-fly easy to do.The rubber grips covering the ports are solid and stay in place, if not a big difficult to get out of their ""seats"" sometimes.FUNCTIONING:To keep this relatively brief, I'll simply hit the highlights - both good and bad - of day-to-day use of the body in my experience with it thus far.- As mentioned above, the ability to create a custom status screen using widgets is incredible. It's infinitely better than being limited to the top side LCD panel or digging through the on-camera menus to adjust settings. Apart from particularly specialized functions, I very seldom have to dig into the full camera menu. And for that purpose I simply created my own menu with sub-menus to make those settings more easily accessible. Since getting these initial features set up, I have yet to have to dig through the full menu to find whatever function I'm looking for.- Performance across most of the ISO range is excellent. Depending on the image, noise starts to crop up noticeably around 3200. You can easily push the ISO far beyond that depending on the composition. Since I'm shooting primarily with fixed 2.8 lenses, I have yet to come across a shooting situation - even late at night - where the ISO becomes problematic. I've found the auto ISO setting acceptable and only rarely need to override this setting to set a ""ceiling"" ISO for particularly dark shooting situations.- AF performance is similarly outstanding. Compared to the latest mirrorless systems the spread of the focus points across the viewfinder is limited but a huge improvement coming from the 9-point 20D. If you choose to use the live view function, being able to tap to focus on a point - similar to that seen with mirrorless systems - is nice albeit inaccurate and imprecise. Since there are relatively few focus points, the precision of focusing using this setup is pretty poor, and if it's critical that I get pinpoint focus, I will generally switch back to the viewfinder. But in a pinch, the performance in this use case is acceptable.- The two-slot memory card setup is another welcome feature, and you have a fair amount of latitude with respect to how you want to set this up - e.g., duplicating images across both memory cards vs. transitioning to the second memory card once the first is full. I wish both slots were CF rather than one CF and one SD slot, but I can get over it. Another ""wishlist"" item would be even greater control over how files are sent to the individual cards - for example, it would be nice to be able to shoot in RAW+JPG and have one file type sent to one card and the other sent to the second card. Again, a minor point and not a huge deal.- High-speed shooting is acceptable. Of course it's not as fast as the 1DX, but as a non-professional, non-sports photographer, it suits my needs. Even when shooting in full resolution RAW, I rarely hit the buffer limit. When shooting in full resolution JPG, you can shoot continuously at the 7 fps maximum rate for quite a long time.- Boot-up time is snappy - less than a second for the most part from completely off or when in sleep mode.- I do not use and have no interest in videography, so I have yet to take a single video. I've heard that this body sucks for serious videography, not least of which is the ridiculous compression algorithm Canon decided to use for 4K video, but since I have no intention of recording video to any significant degree, this isn't something I care too much about. Based on others' reviews, however, this definitely appears to be a body which is a no-go for serious videography.- In-body wifi: much too slow to use for transferring a large number of images, however using this feature along with my phone to function as a remote shutter is awesome. I don't think this would be usable for a professional setup, but for more casual shooting situations - for example, to open the shutter for a long exposure to avoid the camera shake that occurs with that initial button press - this is a nice convenience.There is much more to say about the body which has been said in other reviews or which can be learned about by watching in-depth review videos, but these are the main points that come to mind based on my use.OVERALL:If you're looking at this body, you probably know what you're getting into and what specific features you're needing in your camera. All I can say is that I love using this body and wholeheartedly recommend it. The price is steep, but with how much more I enjoy using this over the 20D, it has been well worth it.

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Amazing camera. Fast and reliable autofocus and improved dynamic
by Valued Customer on May 04, 2018
 
 
 
 
 
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Amazing camera. Fast and reliable autofocus and improved dynamic range, these were the most important reasons to upgrade from the Mk III and I am not disappointed after the first 13,000 shots. GPS and even WLAN, although not strictly necessary, are helpfull tools. I would buy it again.

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Five Stars
by Valued Customer on April 08, 2018
 
 
 
 
 
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Excelent

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Great Camera
by Valued Customer on April 07, 2018
 
 
 
 
 
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A great Landscape camera

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I absolutely love this camera
by Valued Customer on March 30, 2018
 
 
 
 
 
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I absolutely love this camera. I enjoy shooting landscapes and astrophotography and have been wanting a full frame camera for awhile. I rented this camera for a week before I decided to buy it and fell in love with it. I also have the 7D and the system is very similar.

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