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Canon unveils the fourth iteration of its EOS 5D DSLR

The Mark IV debuts a brand new 30 megapixel sensor.
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It's been four years since Canon released the 5D Mark III and since then many photographers have sworn by the full-frame camera as an essential piece of gear in their imaging arsenal. Today, Canon finally announces the fourth iteration of the 5D line with the new Mark IV. The new model debuts an all-new 30.4 Megapixel sensor that features a versatile ISO range of 100-32000 with expandability from 50-102400.

Those who love the video capability have a lot to be excited about with its 4K video capability and can shot in 30 or 24 fps modes. You also have a touchscreen LCD, a DIGIC 6+ Image Processor that lets you shoot up to 7 fps, and built-in Wi-Fi and GPS. 


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