But then the 1D X Mark II doesn’t even have Canon LOG. Would be interested to see how this mitigates the 4K crop factor for a wide angle shot – do you get vignetting with it? No C-log. “An empty vessel makes the loudest noise.”. We will be publishing our lowlight test and lab result later this week. And so have the Red shooters. I’ve worked in TV and film for 20 years, and I’ve never had a problem with people understanding me. If they’re into video, they can evaluate that capability. This means that your 5D Mark III is now HDR! Aimed at professional and advanced enthusiast photographers and videographers, the familiarity of the 5D-style camera is a welcomed aspect, as it lets them just pick up the … (to be expected with the crop factor). It obviously DOES, or the image would not fall onto the sensor. One can actually use both sets of pixels to refine and enhance images and soon video as well. Specification. That's a 20-25% improvement in bitrate. As mentioned, 4K video looks great, with tons of fine detail and great colors, even up to higher ISOs around 6400, but it's definitely worth a thought as to whether or not you need 4K before you hit 'record.'. Since 4K is 17:9, I think you need to calculate using a 17:9 of the sensor which would be 6720X3454. I sure don’t know everything, but the terms you use and the way you use them seem badly garbled. With the 5D IV, a camera aimed at variety of use-cases, from wedding and photojournalism to portraiture and landscapes, 30MP is a great balance between resolution, manageable file sizes and a camera that can still fire off shots at a decent burst rate. WhaI I’m not sure of is whether formatting 64Gb cards say in a PC to exFat and using them in camera would cause any problems.Odd that Canon only does in camera greater than 256GB to exFat? Canon has opted to use the MJPEG codec, the same as the 1D C, which is old technology by anyone’s standards. The A7SII does definitely stand out as currently the premiere DSLR option. Continuing on in their legacy of powerful workhorse cameras, Canon has released the 5D Mark IV DSLR which is an outstanding still photography option and an able 4K-capable video machine. Even just these two things would make this a solid B camera to my C100 mark ii which by the way is much more of a workhorse than many understand. And I’m not talking about some dumb “time-lapse movie” feature that makes crappy compressed videos. Definetly Canon doesn’t change mind…a pro photographer buy the 1dx2 and a rich consumer does the Leica’s with that budget, so what’s the point with this new body? I hate that you have to wait for a long time for magic lantern to add some needed features (if they bother at all). They need a tool, and the 5D Mark IV is an excellent one, for photography as well as for video. It yields great results at the cost of file size. And you don’t. It’s not the //camera// making a shitload of noise, Mr Woodrow. The Canon EOS R’s CMOS sensor achieves an overall DxOMark score of 89 points, which is 29th place among all small- and medium-format cameras in our database. Your right, if you don’t compete against your own line others will. These micro-adjustments, however, are so micro that it's not really worth the hassle for all but the most critical of applications, especially given the costs, such as the increased file size and the drop in buffer capacity. To match the super 35 field of view in both 4K and UHD it would need to be a crop factor of around 1.4, which wouldn’t be a problem when using full frame lenses…. As 35mm still photography became commonplace, it became the norm, and was called “full-frame”. that sounds like a real headache.. And for transcoding too. Agree.. next time i will be more careful with what i type.thanks for review .. looking forward to more tests.Regards, God almighty you are right Johnnie. My video above was shot in very harsh lighting conditions and yet the camera preformed nicely. ), As the movie industry grew, a lot of “tail ends” became available, and camera manufacturers made miniature cameras that took this film and produced 18x24mm negatives. Canon disapointment for 3500 euro. Unless there’s no camera involved; then it’s your gums. share ... AFAIK the 5D always shoots 14-bit RAW files, no exceptions. For my workflow, this was not an issue as I’m almost always shooting and editing in 1080p. Subject matter seems very apropos for the 5D: almost catching a wave, but indeed many fails. The author took a note and updated the article. It’s stupid, because in my opinion it makes the C line less attractive because they don’t have a complete eco system (or at least a crippled one). While 7fps isn't the fastest burst rate out there, it's quite fast for a high-res full-frame camera. Almost all still-camera sensors have an aspect ratio of 3:2 (the same as 35mm full frame) regardless of the sensor size. When shooting motion pictures on DSLRs, the mirror flips up and stays there. Perhaps the most important feature of the Canon 5D Mark IV is its ability to shoot 4K video internally and its advanced autofocus system. Given that the Canon 5D Mark IV earned a top-spot as our pick for Best Professional DSLR of 2016 in our Camera of the Year Awards, it's obviously a shoe-in for a Dave's Pick! Looking back to the 30.4MP on Mark IV, we can predict that Canon EOS 5D Mark V specification will be strengthened by higher effective pixels. FLIPPING UP AND DOWN: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=ptfSW4eW25g. And so (in response to the previous commenter) the reason cinematographers have not adopted “full-frame” has nothing to do with uncontrollably shallow depth-of-field; it is primarily to do with the available lenses, the image circle of whcih, dates back to standards developed in 1909. Now it’s expensive and not that interesting.