Canon's EOS 5D Mark IV is the long-awaited fourth model in the enormously popular series of full-frame DSLRs. Coming over four years after the previous EOS 5D Mark III, the Mark IV boosts the resolution to 30.4 Megapixels with a new full-frame sensor that supports Dual Pixel CMOS AF for confident refocusing during Live View and movies. It accelerates continuous shooting to 7fps, inherits the 61-point AF system of the EOS 1Dx Mark II and can film 4k movies (in the DCI Cinema format) up to 30p, along with 1080p up to 60p and 720p up to 120p. The body features improved weather-proofing along with a built-in GPS receiver and Wifi with NFC. Also inherited from the 1Dx Mark II is a 3.2in touch-sensitive screen. The EOS 5D Mark IV goes on sale from September 2016 at a body price of $3499 USD / 3629 GBP / 4899 EUR. Find out much more in my in-depth Canon EOS 5D Mark IV preview which includes loads of feature comparisons with Sony's A7r Mark II - all at the link below!