|Canon EOS-5D Mark IV full frame 30MP camera|
- 30.4MP Full-Frame CMOS Sensor
- DIGIC 6+ Image Processor
- 3.2″ 1.62m-Dot Touchscreen LCD Monitor
- DCI 4K Video at 30 fps; 8.8MP Still Grab
- 61-Point High Density Reticular AF
- Native ISO 32000, Expanded to ISO 102400
- Dual Pixel RAW; AF Area Select Button
- Dual Pixel CMOS AF and Movie Servo AF
- 7 fps Shooting with CF and SD Card Slots
- Built-In GPS and Wi-Fi with NFC
There is a top-rated merchant on eBay selling the Canon EOS-5D Mark IV camera for $2,730 including free shipping. Hurry, it won't last. This is a very good deal. Read my post and view Canon plus other videos of the camera by clicking on the tab above. By the way, the EOS-5D Mark IV is scheduled to receive a major firmware upgrade very soon to add C-Log and other features.
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Nikon has announced their D850 full frame camera. The specs look impressive. I am especially taken in by the good combination of sensor resolution and shooting speed.
My readers know me as The Wildlife Ho-tographer. I have been using Canon gear for about three decades and traverse the globe on wildlife photography tours. My main bodies are the EOS-1D X Mark II and EOS-5Ds. You can follow my travels on Facebook and Twitter. See my equipment bag and works on MichaelDanielHo.com
While both cameras perform well out in the field, there are improvements I like to see in their replacements. The EOS-1D X Mark II can shoot at 'lighting' speed of up to 14 fps for a DSLR, but its sensor is only 20MP, albeit of the highest quality pixels. The EOS-5Ds has a 50MP sensor but its shooting speed is a glacial 5 fps.
This brings me back to the Nikon D850, with its good combination of 45MP and 7 to 9 fps burst rate. Ideally, I like to see Canon announce a EOS-1 camera with a 35 to 40MP sensor and 10 fps speed.