This is the comparison between Canon and Nikon. One side, Canon 5D Mark IV with truly impressive specs and on the other side Nikon D810 is with maximum resolution, but looks fade in overall specs comparisons. We see you are from those photographers who are in very confusion state by taking the selection of one best camera or the camera which has the efficiency to deliver the results according to your desires between these two. Then we are sure that after looking this comparison you will overcome your selecting issue and will able to get your hands on the right one that may change your photography style completely.
|Feature/Models||Canon 5D Mark IV||Nikon D810
|Sensor size||Full frame (36 x 24 mm)||Full frame (36 x 24 mm)|
|Image processor|| DIGIC 6+
|Shutter speed||1/8000 to 30 sec
||1/8000 to 30 sec|
|Continuous shooting speed||7fps||5fps|
|Video||4K @30 fps||Full HD 1080p Video Recording at 60 fps|
|Display||3.2″ 1620K Touchable TFT-LCD
||3.2″ 1,229k-Dot LCD Monitor|
|Battery life||900 shots||1200 shots|
|Size||151 x 116 x 76 mm||146 x 123 x 82 mm|
So, here we go…
Canon 5D Mark IV vs. Nikon D810
Sensor size– A bigger sensor has plenty of advantages and you can see that Canon 5D Mark IV and Nikon D810 both— integrates large sensors of identical sizes that is full frame (36 x 24 mm), which clearly assures us that both the cameras can ultimately determines the amount of light they needs to produce stunning images. But still, Nikon D810 gets the priority because it employs maximum number of effective pixels (36 mp), which is comparatively more than that of Canon 5D Mark IV, so we can expect a little more clarity in the images. By the way, if we have to see the images produced by both the two cameras technically, then barely can we notice any differences through our naked eyes.
Also, Canon 5D Mark IV uses updated and advanced Digic 6+ Image processor that promises you for faster and enhanced shooting performance that is comparatively much faster than that of Nikon’s veteran Expeed 4 processing Engine.
AF points- Though, the users of both DSLRs can track the moving subjects very quickly and accurately as well , because the camera utilize the hybrid AF system, which means these two cameras yield contrast as well as phase detection mode in their system. But, Canon 5D Mark IV is still better by adding more numbers of AF points (61 AF points) into the core. More AF numbers help the users while shooting the sports actions. Nikon D810 has only 51 AF points.
ISO- The base ISO of Canon 5D Mark IV is surprisingly impressive and the other best part is that the camera also offers huge expandable ISO range of upto 102400, which makes easy to freeze subjects that is moving under the dim light conditions, even without flash. On the other hand, the users can extend their ISO value in Nikon D810 only upto 25600, which is quite low when our shooting requires more ISO values in lowlight.
Continuous shooting speed- Primarily, the camera with higher frame rates minimize the chances for action to blur, because the camera captures much more of the actions of the subjects every mini second and that results produce slightly sharper images. Now you can that Canon 5D Mark IV offers 7ps of burst rate, whereas Nikon D810 offers only 5fps.
Video- The users of Nikon D810 have to be happy with Full HD video only. On the other hand, Canon 5D Mark IV offers 4K Motion JPEG video (DCI cinema-type 4096 x 2160) at 30p.
Shots- But, Nikon D810 users can able to take maximum 1200 shots at a single time charge, whereas Canon 5D Mark IV users can take only 900 shots at a time.
Verdict-Truly, Canon 5D Mark IV implements really outstanding specifications that can easily propel you forward from every side. Whether taking macro Photography or capturing stunning images with rich details, Canon 5d Mark IV is the exact camera one needs. After all, the photographers whose primary motive is to capture sharp images then Nikon D810 is a camera for those.