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Canon 5D Mark 4

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"Fantastic upgrade from a Mark II" - by DadGeek101 (Yorkshire, UK)
Very pleased with this having upgraded from a 5D Mark II. I was originally keen to upgrade to the Mark III when it came out but was put off by the initial negative reviews and the increased launch cost, only to see its reputation grow considerably in the time it was available making me regret my decision. The Mark IV again is not seen as revolutionary enough in some quarters – exactly as the Mark III was initially – but it substantially different to the Mark II and I decided it was time to ignore the nay-sayers and give it a go.

And my first impression? I have been really stunned by the performance and changes since the Mark II and a weekend with it has shown me what a considerable upgrade it is – albeit quite complex in comparison.

I probably shot around 70,000 frames on the Mark II covering wildlife, ... full review

"Setting a new standard" - by Darren Simons (Middlesex, United Kingdom)
As a keen amateur photographer and already having a range of Canon gear I was very interested when this camera came onto the market and bought it pretty much immediately.

Before then, I used an Canon 300D which in itself is an excellent camera but suffers by not having a full-size sensor, is lacking in a number of more advanced features and is generally quite slow.

The sensor size is the key feature (and being the most expensive part of the camera the key price component) so it is important to consider whether you want a full-size sensor or a smaller one (as may be found on the EOS 30D for example). There are two schools of thought re the sensor size. On one hand, you can multiply the focal length of your lens by 1.6 (in the case of the 30D) to get the new focal length and there ... full review

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"Expensive but worthwhile." - by GB
Although hugely overpriced for what is essentially elaborately moulded plastic, it is nicely designed to fit with the Canon 5DmkIV. The outside of the grip is really well built and internally they have updated how the battery cover sits inside.

My only major gripe (especially for the price) is that the internal tray that the two batteries sit in is really cheap quality plastic (I actually laughed out laugh when I first saw it). I've used the grips for the mkII and mkIII, both had MUCH better quality battery trays. Don't get me wrong, it isn't the end of the world, but it's not really what you'd expect from a Canon battery grip - maybe alright for a third party Chinese knock-off, but not when you're charging nearly £300 for one.

That said, I don't regret buying it, completes the camera (aesthetically) nicely and makes it SO much easier to hold over ... full review

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"What a beast!" - by Don M (Ireland)
After three Canon cameras 850, 450D and 700D, took the plunge and went for full frame. Results so far have been superb though confined to portraits and landscapes. The jury is still out on the 24-105mm zoom lens that came with it. I have been using a 50mm f1.4 USM lens for most of the photos which has produced crystal clear images. I have also tried out my old 70-300 IS USM lens and have not been overjoyed with results. The 100-400 L zoom lens appears attractive but am concerned about the weight - my bag already seems to weigh a ton!

"What screen problem?" - by C. S. Wild
I have owned a Mk iv for about 6 months, and so has my partner. Together we typically shoot at least 4000 photos a week, and our Mk iv's have been rock solid. No issues at all. I'm really not sure what happened to the previous reviewer's camera, and can not find any mention of a screen problem with the Mk iv on Google, other than the amazon review.

I prviously owned a Mk iii (one without the focusing issues) and am definitely pleased that I upgraded, the extra resolution allows me to crop tighter, the focusing is definitely improved (its pretty much spot on with the default settings, whereas my mk iii needed lots of tweaking to get it just right), and it's still bulletproof.

Well worth the investment

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"A must-have 5D IV accessory" - by Paul
Great reference manual - can both be read through sequentially, or used as a reference. Consider myself enthusiastic amateur but still plenty to pick up here. Thorough, accessible, readable, clear. Highly recommended.

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"Hard to beat at this price point." - by Matt Evans
I have a SmallHD FOCUS for my A camera and I needed a larger monitor for my B camera, rather than the cameras own LCD. For half the price of the focus this holds up very well. You can tell the build quality is a bit lower and the operating software isn't quite as fancy, but for the price this is very good.

My only gripes are the slight delay on the image, it's less than a second so isn't terrible, but as the primary purpose of this for me is to have improved confidence in the images focus, the delay isn't a big deal. It has a load of software features which are helpful, the primary one for me is peaking. It works but it isn't quite as strong visually as I'd like, but it's perfectly usable.

On the whole, I'm very happy with this monitor for my B cam.

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"Very pleased with it" - by Nigel Hefford
Very pleased with it. Purchased before going to Australia and I couldn't fault it. I haven't even used all it's facilities, but it's a great camera so far.

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"Printed version of on-line manual" - by Mike Curry
If like me you do not like reading off screen then perfect instruction manual

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"Small camera, lots of features" - by Amazon Customer
Only used the camera for a few hours, but already fallen for it. Even better when you can attache ef and efs lenses using an additional adapter. For such a small package it can offer alot of possibilities.

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"Simply outstanding" - by Meg50 (London)
I'll keep this review simple because so many people have written excellent and detailed feedback which I agree with. The optics are superb and the build quality superior to the f1.8 version. Really...if you're looking for a 50mm prime and you have half an eye on the 1.8...wait! Save. Borrow. This is so much better. The bokeh is beautifully soft and creamy. The portrait capabilities are stunning and for film use...stunning. I use it predominantly for the latter and it's changed my approach to indoor filming. The aperture allows me to work in conditions that were once difficult or off limits. It also allows you to access a level of quality from your Canon camera that exceeds that available through the stock lenses. Really…it’s that good!

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"A jolly good camera" - by Mark A. Pearce (Hastings, UK)
I just bought this camera and I thought I’d address some of the more negative comments found about this camera on YouTube etc before I describe my own opinions. 4K video? Can anyone tell me a full frame camera at this price that does 4K without bizarre limitations? Can most people really tell the difference between 4K and 1080p on most devices that normal people watch on?! People often tout the Panasonic GH4/5 but these are cropped sensors offering cropped 4K. So it’s a bit unfair of internet reviewers to criticise this camera for lack of 4K without good reason. Canon themselves sell this camera as one that is aimed at stills photographers and as such, I think it delivers on its promises. I have been using a 7D Mk2 for the last year, and I can say that there is a real step ... full review

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"Very versatile" - by M. A. Corringham
Lovely little lens!! I've had mine a week now and been putting it through its paces (portraits of my kids, a bit of macro, and some astrophotography). It's very versatile. A slightly awkward focal length on a cropped sensor for taking portraits indoors as it does force you to back up a bit more than you would normally, but all in all, very happy!

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"Class Act" - by bilge rat
I took a long time to make up my mind to purchase this lens reading reviews left right and centre before taking the plunge,was I happy with my decision to buy?, indeed I was.
OK it is a heavy beast but so is the 5d mark 11 camera to which it is attached. I shall be using this lens for landscape and sports photography and weddings. I have ran a few shots since taking delivery and I am very impressed with the results, the bokeh is great and the weather sealing a bonus focusing is fast and quiet,even at my age (80s) I can handle its weight well though I did buy a better camera strap to help take the weight. If you want a top class lens buy this one you wont regret it.

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"Good alternative" - by Mrs Lisa Hand
Having always used recognised brands with my cameras i was a bit dubious about these. But they are fantastic. Out performed my canon batteries by a mile ( although they are getting on a bit to be fair ) fantastic charger too. Not had them long enough to rely on them but looking good so far.