Photographer and Photospecialist ambassador Pie Aerts made a trip to Lapland and captured the wonderful winter world with a Canon EOS 5D Mark IV and some Canon L lenses. Read and see more about his journey to the north.
Canon EOS 5D Mark IV
The Canon EOS 5D Mark IV SLR lets you capture outstandingly detailed images, thanks to its 30 megapixel sensor and powerful DIGIC 6+ processor. The incredible image quality is also ensured because the Digital Lens Optimizer and Lens Aberration Correction correct optical aberrations into the sublime.
This amazing EOS camera has an ISO of 32.000 (expandable up to ISO 102,400), so you can shoot fantastic images, even in low light. The Canon 5D Mark IV has an AF system with 61 AF points with a maximum of 41 cross-type AF points including five dual cross-type AF points. The camera can handle a speed of up to 7 fps, and is also able to create super-sharp 4K video images.
Features of the Canon EOS 5D Mark IV
- 30.4 MP sensor
- DIGIC 6+ image processor
- Continuous recordings up to 7 fps
- Wifi and GPS
- 4K video and HD video with 100 fps
- AF-system with 61 AF-points
- ISO up to 32.000 (extendable up to ISO 102,400)
- Canon EOS 5D Mark IV
- Battery LP-E6N
- Battery charger LC-E6E
- Eye piece Eg
- Wide strap
- Interface cable IFC-150U II
- Cable protector
- EOS Digital Solution Disk
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A superb new addition to the Canon range
My choice of a full frame camera was between the 5DS and the new 5D Mk IV. Given that low light performance and focusing speed are more important to me than ultimate pixel count, I opeted for the latter. |
The image quality from the 5D IV is fantastic, even down to the lowest light levels. Noise levels are low, even at 3200 ISO, and even more impressive is the ability to extract detail from the darkest shadow areas in the raw files.
Focusing is fast and accurate, even in very low light conditions.
The only area I can't give this camera a five star rating is for ease of use. This camera is (necessarily) complex, particularly in setting up fine tuning on focus tracking - but that's what gives it its performance and flexibility. Nevertheless, anyone who has previously used a 7D MkII or 5D Mk III will find themselves at ease with this new model in a matter of a few hours. A brilliant camera.