Canon EOS 5D Mark IV images and specs leak, ISO up to 102,400

Digital photography fans that are in the market for a new DSLR camera with lots of features may have a new DSLR to lust over with alleged specs and images of the Canon EOS 5D Mark IV turning up online. The images show the camera from all angles and show a device that looks very much like you would expect a Canon DSLR to look. The main features of the camera include a 30.4MP image sensor with dual pixel CMOS.

The autofocus system is tipped to have 61 points of autofocus. The ISO range is said to be 100-102,400 with extension. As with all higher-end DSLR cameras burst shooting a slew of images at a time is supported with the Mark IV supporting up to seven frames per second.

Such fast burst shooting means you won't miss any of the action when you are trying to get the shot. The camera can record video with 4K video at up to 30 frames per seconds. If you reduce the resolution down to HD, it can shoot video at 120fps, perfect for slow motion playback. The rear screen is touch sensitive and has anti-flicker tech.

The RGB + IR sensor has 150k pixels and the camera has integrated GPS, WiFi, and NFC. Digital photos are stored to SDXC, SDHC, SD, or CompactFlash Type II. Connectivity options for the camera include USB 3.0 and a HDMI output. Dimensions of the body only are 50.7 x 116.4 x 75.9mm and the body weighs 890g. The weight and bulk will obviously grow significantly, as you add lenses and other options to the camera. The body has a wealth of buttons all around. It's unclear when the new camera might launch and none of this information has been confirmed by Canon.

SOURCE: Nokishita