The Canon 5D Mark IV is about a week away from its expected announcement … cue massive photo and specs leak.
As is SO often the case when a major, much-anticipated product announcement is on the horizon, the folks over at Digicame-info have gotten their hands on what look to be official product photos and specs. So if you were wondering what the Canon 5D Mark IV would look like and whether or not it’ll be worth upgrading from your Mark III, wonder no more.
We know what it’ll look like, it’s time to take a look under the hood.
The 5D Mark IV will sport a 30.4MP sensor, Dual Pixel AF, 61 point AF sensor with 41 cross-type, a 150,000-pixel RGB + IR sensor, 7fps continuous shooting, extended ISO from 100 to 102400, touchscreen LCD, dust and weather sealing, built-in WiFi, built-in GPS, NFC capability, 4K at 30fps, USB 3.0 and HDMI inputs, and a timelapse movie mode.
Digicame-info also got hold of the dimensions and weight: 116.4mm X 150.7mm X 75.9mm and 890g, respectively.
And that’s all she wrote… for now. If these specs and images are accurate—and we have no reason to believe they’re not—the cat is all but out of the bag. Will that stop us from waiting with bated breath for the official announcement? Not a chance…