Last week Canon launched its fourth-generation 5D DSLR camera, the first of its kind to offer Wi-Fi connectivity and 4K video capture support. The device features a 30.4-megapixel sensor, a wide native ISO range between 100 and 32,000, improved scene detection, and a second-generation autofocus system that expands coverage across a frame.
The EOS 5D Mark IV is a 30.4-megapixel 35mm camera featuring a 61-point high-density reticular autofocus II system, similar to the company?s flagship EOS 1D X Mark II. The device features a Digic 6+ image processor to capture 4K video at 30fps and raw image captures at 7fps in continuous shooting mode.
The device slightly improves upon its predecessor in continuous shooting, the 22.3-megapixel Mark III, which had raw image captures at 6fps in this mode and captured 1080p and 720p video at 60fps. The Mark III featured a standard ISO range between 100 and 25,600, with two extended settings of 51,200 and 102,400. The Mark IV now includes a standard ISO range between 100 and 32,000 and is expandable up to a range between 50 and 102,400.

For the first time in an EOS 5D-series DSLR camera, the Mark IV features both Wi-Fi and NFC for easy image transfer, along with GPS for more accurate geotagging.