Canon 5D Mark IV ISO test by DPreview — Better than Nikon D810 and Canon 5D Mark III


The engineers and photographers of Dpreview has tested newly announced mid-range DSLR Canon 5D Mark IV in their testing center and the pictures above shows this new camera’s performance with its current competitors, especially with its predecessor Canon 5D Mark III. You can see from the image above that even at ISO level of 51200, Canon 5D Mark IV produces comparatively lesser noise than Canon 5D Mark III, Nikon D810 and Sony A7R II plus the camera also grabs little more details of the desire subject, which clears that this new DSLR is truly a nice solution for over all photography. Also, Dpreview said that the camera is No-doubt better than any other camera in its class, but Canon 5D Mark IV was requiring more attention to compete with its own acquaintances Nikon D750 and Nikon D7200. Moreover, they also added that the photographers will not have complaints about its dynamic range, since the camera has very bright Dynamic range improvements than any other camera in its class.


1 comment to Canon 5D Mark IV ISO test by DPreview — Better than Nikon D810 and Canon 5D Mark III

  • Alan Cutler


    I kept reading how much better dynamic range the Nikon 810 and Sony AR7 II had compared to the Mark IV, and I was surprised when I used the DPreview tool and saw that the Mark IV has less noise at both 12,800 and 25,600 ISO. You took it up to 51,200 and found the same thing. While dynamic range is very important, so is performance under higher ISOs.


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