With the Mark IV, Canon has made some significant changes beneath its magnesium-alloy skin, but hasn't radically changed the formula as it has with previous iterations. Instead, the 5D Mark IV reminds us of a Mark III that's more or less 'evolved' into a 2016 version of itself, comfortably sitting alongside the lower-resolution sports-oriented 1D X Mark II and the higher-resolution twins, the 5DS and 5DS R. (dpreview)
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