*UPDATED* Canon EOS 5D Mark IV Specifications & Image

*UPDATED* Canon EOS 5D Mark IV Specifications & Image

By Canon Rumors | August 9, 2016 | Canon DSLR Rumors

Latest updates to this post are in bold.
A different source has added new specifications. We’re pretty confident in their validity.

Below is the latest we’ve been told about the upcoming Canon EOS 5D Mark IV. I would be inclined to put a [CR3] on this, but I will wait for further confirmations.

No CFast slot has caught us by surprise and we expect this specification list to grow after the next few days.

Canon EOS 5D Mark IV Specifications:

  • 30.4mp
  • 7fps
  • Compact Flash/SD Card Slots (No CFast)
  • Built-in Wifi
  • 24/30fps @ 4K
  • 60fps @ 1080
  • 120fps @ 720
  • 4:2:2
  • 8bit 500mbps MJPEG
  • USB 3
  • Cable release port moved to the front of the camera where the “Mark XX” badge was.
  • A lot more touchscreen functionality than the EOS-1D X Mark II
  • Other ergonomic changes, such as a new “locking switch” on the rear of the camera.

*UPDATE*
We’ve confirmed wifi from the same source and added it here. We expect GPS to be standard as well.

A Bit of EOS 5D Mark IV & EOS 7D Mark II Information [CR2]

A Bit of EOS 5D Mark IV & EOS 7D Mark II Information [CR2]

By Canon Rumors | August 8, 2016 | Canon DSLR Rumors

While [CR3] level specifications for the EOS 5D Mark IV have been hard to come by, something we’ll be able to fix some time this week. We do have some information on pricing and kits that’ll be available.

We’re told that the body only will likely come in less than what the EOS 5D Mark III launched at, which was $3499. We’re told the EOS 5D Mark IV would come in at $3299 USD. As always with pricing, it could be old information and things may have moved a bit due to currency fluctuations. While we’d love to see a $2999 price point, we don’t think that’s likely with the information we have.

The EOS 5D Mark IV will come in two kits, one with the EF 24-70mm f/4L IS and the other with the brand new EF 24-105mm f/4L IS II. The EF 24-70mm f/4L IS kit will be the lower priced option between the two lens options.

As for the EOS 7D Mark II, we’re told that the body and lens kits will come bundled with the upcoming W-P1 wifi adaptor going forward. This should tell you that the EOS 7D Mark II will be around for a while  and not to expect an update in 2017. A EOS 7D Mark  II will also be kitted with the new EF-S 18-135mm f/3.5-5.6 IS USM lens.

We haven’t received any more information about the EOS 7D Mark II firmware update that’s coming.

More to come…

Review: Canon imagePROGRAF Pro-2000

Review: Canon imagePROGRAF Pro-2000

By Canon Rumors | August 7, 2016 | Canon Reviews

Keith over at Northlight images has completed his exhaustive review of the Canon imagePROGRAF Pro-2000 printer, this is a replacement for the iPF 6300/6400 printers and uses the new ink set we first saw in the imagePROGRAF Pro-1000.

From Keith:

If you can’t produce wonderful impressive looking large prints on a variety of media from this printer, then I’m going to suggest that the fault lays firmly with -your- skills elsewhere. Read the full review

If you’re in the market for a 24″ printer, it looks like the imagePROGRAF Pro-2000 should be on your very short list.

Canon W-E1 Wifi Adaptor To Work on Various Cameras

Canon W-E1 Wifi Adaptor To Work on Various Cameras

By Canon Rumors | August 5, 2016 | Canon DSLR Rumors

Northlight has been told that the upcoming Canon W-E1 SD card style wifi adaptor will work on various Canon DSLRs. You can expect different levels of functionality depending on which DSLR you use the adaptor with.

We imagine there will be firmware updates coming quite soon after the announcement of the new accessory for supporting DSLRs. We had been told previously that a firmware update was coming for the EOS 7D Mark II, but we’re not  sure if there’s going to be any features added beyond bug fixes and support for the W-E1.

 

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