Canon EOS 5D Mark IV, the Canon EOS 5D Mark III successor, is rumored to be announced before NAB 2016 in April. This is just a rumor, it is not confirmed by trusted sources. We know that the WPPI will be held at the beginning of March 2016, while few products will be announced for that show, but the WPPI (wedding photographers) is a real big target market for the EOS 5D Mark IV.
A new Cinema EOS camera is expected to be announced before NAB 2016 in April, but a stills DSLR? I don’t think so.
The Canon EOS-1D X Mark II will be announced before EOS 5D Mark IV, but the specific launch date is still unknown.
The previous rumors said the next Canon Pro Bodies (5D Mark IV, 1D X Mark II) will have built-in Wi-Fi / GPS. Canon has some best weather sealed cameras in the world, but they don’t have reliable built-in Wi-Fi camera bodies like the EOS-1D X, EOS 5D Mark III and EOS 7D Mark II. Now Canon has found a way to figure out the built-in Wi-Fi.
Canon EOS 5DX Rumored Specs:
- 28MP sensor
- Dual Pixel AF III
- New and more advanced AF system
- Anti-flickr technology (seen first on the EOS 7D Mark II)
- Crop mode (featured on the EOS 5Ds)
- ISO 100-204,800 (expandable to 409,600)
- to be announced at Canon Expo or Photoplus at the Javits Center.
Canon EOS 5DC Rumored Specs:
- 61 point AF system
- ISO 100-204.800
- 4k video (source uncertain on frame rate)
- Dual Pixel AF III
- Many advanced video features
- Features taken from Canon’s Cinema cameras
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