Join Tim Grey for an in-depth discussion in this video A look at the Canon 5D Mark IV, part of Photo Gear Weekly.
- Whenever a new camera is announced,…I'm always interested in taking a look…at the features to see if those features might be compelling…enough that I want that camera in my photographic workflow.…Recently for example, Canon announced the 5D Mark IV…with some interesting features…that I wanted to learn more about.…I'm just a 10 minute walk from B & H Photo…in New York City, for example, so I can stop in…and get my hands on the camera.…I encourage you certainly to check out the camera…that you're interested in at a local camera store.…You could also rent the gear for a few days…to really get some quality time and see if that particular…camera will work for you.…
In the case of the 5D Mark IV, I was very happy to see,…for example, that it includes a GPS receiver…so that every single photo that I capture…can have the location information embedded in the metadata.…In addition, there is a touchscreen display,…the LCD is actually a touchscreen.…That makes it very convenient to navigate around the menus…or to set the focus point, for example.…
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