- 30.4-megapixel full-frame sensor
- 4K video capture
- 61-point AF system
- Dual Pixel CMOS AF
While there are many exciting developments, new designs, and different form factors for photography, the Canon 5D Mark range remains a heavyweight and well-respected option for professional photographers.
For many years, my old Mark iii was a fantastic workhorse for weddings and other events. I was tempted to try out something else when it came to a replacement, such as a mirrorless camera, but I decided — keeping in mind my L-series lenses — to upgrade to the Mark IV.
While it has been on the market for years, the Mark IV still stands out as a top choice for your next DSLR, considering the superb image capture functionality, its versatility, and its robust design.
- Lens interoperability
- Expensive and body-only
- Some users complain of issues with autofocus
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