The Canon EOS 5D Mark IV camera is made for people who take photography seriously. With features, such as the 30.4 MP Full-frame CMOS Sensor, Dual Pixel CMOS AF and 4K Movie Shooting, this camera not only delivers beautiful stills, but it also lets you take incredible videos.
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Be it for landscapes or wedding photography, the EOS 5D Mark IV camera is equipped with a Full-frame CMOS Sensor that boasts a 30.4-megapixel image resolution to keep your images detailed with beautiful tones. The 61 points are f/8-sensitive, and 41 points out of these are capable of cross-type AF. In addition to this, the Large Zone AF and the subject tracking powers of EOS iTR AF capture crisp images, even when the subject is moving. The highly precise AF works great with all lens types - from large aperture lenses to super telephotos attached to teleconverters - so that your photographs turn out to be crisp and sharp.
With the Dual Pixel CMOS AF, you can get accurate and speedy Live View Shooting AF so that you never miss out any beautiful moments. In addition to this, the 4K Movie Shooting feature offers great precision while you are capturing your favourite moments. The 4K Frame Grab function makes it easy for you to extract individual frames from your footage so that you can capture fleeting scenes while continuously shooting. The touch screen operation of the AF points offers enhanced accuracy. You can now record in the Dual Pixel RAW (DPRAW) format, which contains information about the subject depth, so that you can precisely make micro-adjustments to the captured images to enhance their crispness and resolution.
The log gamma setting of this firmware upgrade for the EOS 5D Mark IV camera maximises the dynamic range and offers a wide exposure latitude so that your shots come out perfect, even in tricky lighting conditions where the contrasts between the dark and bright areas are high. With this feature, you won’t miss out on any important details due to overexposure or underexposure. The files that are produced using the Canon Log Capability are ideal for post-production processes, where corrections, colour matching and grading are applied. You can get super-creative, without degrading the quality of the image.