The folks at DXO have completed their sensor review of the Canon EOS 5D Mark IV, and it has achieved a Canon record of 91.
Carefully balancing resolution, features and body design, the 5D Mark IV sits nicely in the current Canon DSLR range between the 14fps / 20.3Mp EOS 1D X Mark II professional sports camera and the super high-resolution 50Mp 5DS / 5DS R models. What’s more, the significant sensor improvements over its predecessor in both resolution and dynamic range makes the new 5D Mark IV look an attractive upgrade for Mark III owners shooting weddings, events, landscapes, editorial and advertising work, as well as for photographers stepping up to their first full-frame camera. With an initial $3500 price tag (body only), it’s a little more expensive compared to the $2,800 Nikon D810 or the $3150 Sony A7R II competition, but that’s less significant if you’ve already invested heavily in Canon EF lenses. Further, with the EOS 5D Mark IV, you get an awful lot of camera for your money, including a sensor that boasts the best DxOMark sensor score to date for a Canon DSLR. Read the full review
Canon EOS 5D Mark IV