Two Canon 5D Mark IV Prototypes in Testing: 18MP and 24MP

According to the latest rumors, Canon is currently testing two test units (different sensor resolutions) of Canon EOS 5D Mark IV camera: 18MP and 24MP. And the 24MP sensor version should be the final outcome. The continuous shooting speed will be less than 8 fps.

As you know, Canon spent a lot of money on 5D Mark IV project, so we can expect a big jump in features and performance over the more-than-capable EOS 5D Mark III.

A report (thanks) of 5D4 testing, where there is still a mix between 18 and 24MP. 24MP is the likely final outcome, with the lower MP sensor testing AF speed and buffer management issues (less than 8FPS is the likely shooting speed).

And the previous rumor said Canon EOS 5D Mark IV will have 4K video recording and it will be released in Q1 of 2016 after the release of Canon EOS C300 Mark II and Canon EOS-1D X Mark II.

Stay tuned for more info.

via: CR & NL

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