Canon EOS 5D IV: What you need to know
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Canon EOS 5D IV: What you need to know

Hiding inside that comfy grip are dual slots for SD and CompactFlash media. As usual, media can be configured so that when two cards are installed, one acts as overflow storage, backup storage, or can be dedicated to either stills or video. Bear in mind though that the SD card slot is limited to UHS-I speeds (so you can't use it to record 4K video).

That molding line on the EOS 5D Mark II's pentaprism might look like the camera boasts a built-in flash, but it doesn't. The very top of the pentaprism is polycarbonate, to accommodate the requirements of built-in WiFi and GPS. The EOS 5D IV is fully weather-sealed, and when paired with one of Canon's L-series lenses, it should withstand shooting in tough conditions.