2Canon EOS 5D Mark IV
The EOS 5D’s Mark II variant was launched in 2008, while the release of its Mark III avatar came four years later, in 2012. Four years after that, we have arrived in 2016 when we’re expecting the arrival of the Canon EOS 5D Mark IV, or whatever the Japanese company will prefer to name it.
There’s a rumor doing the rounds which says that this camera will be released in the form of two models, with one aimed at photos and the other at videos. Both are supposed to arrive this March. Much to the disappointment of fans, the EOS 5D Mark IV has apparently decided to give 4K video a miss.
The video resolution will remain tied to 1080p since Canon doesn’t want the camera stealing the thunder of its cinema-focused EOS C100. It will apparently adopt a 24MP sensor and a next-gen quad core processor.