The Canon 5D Mark IV is here. Nice camera—Canon has stepped up its game on the menu system, and the touch screen (which I rarely use on any camera) is actually quite handy for entering things like copyright info.
I remain disappointed that neither Nikon nor Canon see fit to offer an optional hot-shoe-based EVF option, which would be very nice for some shooting scenarios.
Plate for tripod use: Really Right Stuff has the B5DMkIV plate available for pre-order, but it won’t ship for a few weeks, so I am using the generic BP-CS Multi Camera Plate for now as a workaround. All my gear sports RRS plates.
Unfortunately, Adobe Camera Raw does not yet support either the standard or double-pixel raw format of the 5D Mark IV, so the ISO series I had planned to shoot and present will have to wait until that support is available.
As shown below, the double-pixel raw format is twice the size (almost) of plain raw. The double pixel stuff is going to require special support to extract the extra benefits, so I hope Adobe plans on doing so.