Nikon may have pioneered DSLR video recording with its D90, but it was Canon's 5D Mark II, released in 2008, which really gave amateur filmmakers the power to shoot high-quality full HD video with TV and movie-worthy production values.
Canon's new 5D Mark IV succeeds the Mark III with more of everything. But most importantly, it records 4K video, something mirrorless cameras like Panasonic's GH4 has had for years and Sony's Alpha-series cameras now come standard with.
The 30.4-megapixel, weather-sealed, full frame camera is a worthy upgrade for any serious photographer. Read more...
More about 5d Mark Iv
, 4k Video
, Video Recording
, and Canon