Use the EOS 5D Mark IV’s built-in Wi-Fi and NFC to connect to your smartphone, tablet or laptop, or directly to selected image-sharing services. Ideal for sending images to clients and posting to social media platforms. FTP/FTPS support is great for those shooting in Wi-Fi equipped venues when added security is required.
The EOS 5D Mark IV can be controlled wirelessly from a smart device running the Canon Camera Connect App (iOS or Android). Take a new view from hard-to-reach vantage points and remotely control features like Touch Focus – great for a focus puller working on a movie project.
A crop and resize function in playback in the EOS 5D Mark IV allows users to rework the composition after shooting, easily resizing images for immediate sharing via the in-built Wi-Fi. Just as in the EOS-1D X Mark II, photographers can crop images as they would like to see published and quickly send to editors and picture desks.
WFT-E7 unit extends the camera’s wireless flexibility by offering photographers the ability to wirelessly transmit images from camera to a computer over a greater distance as well as providing enhanced remote capture and media server functionality.
Built-in GPS geotags each image with your location and keeps the EOS 5D Mark IV’s internal clock accurate. It’s also more power efficient so you’ll be able to shoot for longer. GPS data helps when cataloguing pictures and lets you retrace your steps to find specific shooting locations again.
Photojournalists depend on capturing every detail, and that includes vital written information too. Upload metadata templates to the EOS 5D Mark IV containing personal information, plus details of shoots. Every image captured will have this information embedded in its IPTC metadata fields.
USB 3.0 connectivity offers fast file transfer to PC and Mac computers – ideal for tethered shooting in studio environments.
The EOS 5D Mark IV offers SD and CF card slots accepting fast UDMA 7 cards with a write speed of up to 167MB per second.