|Type||Digital, single-lens reflex, AF/AE camera|
|Recording media||CF cards (Type I, UDMA Mode 7 supported)
SD/SDHC*/SDXC* memory cards
* UHS-I cards compatible.
|Image sensor size||Approx. 36.0 x 24.0 mm|
|Compatible lenses||Canon EF lenses
* Excluding EF-S and EF-M lenses
|Lens mount||Canon EF mount|
Featuring an approximately 30.4 million effective pixel 35 mm full-frame CMOS sensor and DIGIC 6+ imaging processor, the EOS 5D Mark IV achieves a standard ISO sensitivity range of 100-32000. Additionally, equipped with a newly developed mirror vibration control system, the camera achieves a maximum continuous-shooting speed of approximately 7 frames per second (fps). What’s more, it makes possible Dual Pixel RAW (DPRAW) shooting, which affixes the dual-pixel information captured by the image sensor to RAW images that can be used by Canon’s proprietary (free-of-charge) RAW processing software, Digital Photo Professional (Ver. 4.5), to perform such minute image processing as image micro-adjustment, bokeh shift and ghosting reduction.
The Canon EOS 5D Mark IV is equipped with 61 point high-density reticular AF II, achieving an expanded longitudinal focus area compared with its predecessor, and makes possible autofocus for all AF points*1 up to an aperture of f/8 when using an extender for super-telephoto shooting. Additionally, the AF can focus with high precision even in low-light environments with a minimum illumination of EV-3 at the central AF point. What’s more, the Digital Lens Optimizer function enables the correction of image degradation caused by lens distortion and diffraction phenomena, corrections that couldn’t be performed by conventional lens optics alone, and compensates for the apparent deterioration of high resolution caused by a low-pass filter.
Also, featuring the same approximately 150,000 pixel RGB+IR metering sensor as the EOS 5DS/5DS R (released in June 2015), the Eos 5D Mark IV achieves enhanced subject detection and tracking performance.
The EOS 5D Mark IV makes possible high-definition 4K video shooting at 30p, Full HD video at 60p, and 120p HD video ideal for slow motion, and offers a time lapse function that combines still images taken at a fixed interval to create a time-lapse video. Additionally, equipped with the same 4K frame capture function featured on the flagship EOS-1D X Mark II, users can extract selected frames*2 from recorded 4K video as approximately 8.8 megapixel JPEG still images.