The Canon 5D has been a successful all-round DSLR that’s enjoyed quite a bit of popularity since originally launching in 2005. The third generation is getting a bit long in the tooth, having been introduced back in 2012, and is getting an upgrade in the form of the new Canon 5D Mark IV.
The fourth generation of the company’s full-frame DSLR upgrades the camera all around, with an all-new 30.4-megapixel sensor, native ISO range of 100 – 32,000, and a touch sensitive LCD screen that should make selecting focus points easier while also allowing pinch-and-zoom for reviewing photos. It’s also the first 5D to introduce 4K video capability, making the fourth generation a stellar choice not only for photographers but also videographers as well. The camera also comes with new features like wi-fi, NFC connectivity, and built-in GPS. The Canon 5D Mark IV will be available starting early September.