LEAKED! Photo of the new Canon EOS 5D Mark IV? Plus the new 24-105 “Kit” lens

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Heads up! The Canon EOS 5D Mark IV is coming and as we've said, we've heard of people testing it… now we've got some additional updates from canonrumors 

I'm not so sure about the visual leak – if those guys were being paid to shoot Canon promo materials, they are no longer shooting as i'm sure that if it were true, Canon would fire their asses for breaking NDA!

And the image is just too blurry and small to be of any use, but you can go see it if you want.

Or not… the image has been taken down! Maybe it was real?

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First EOS 5D Mark IV Leak

Via Canon Rumors:

Here’s the reported “leak” of the EOS 5D Mark IV as claimed by Levi Silver. I’m not sure about this one, as I think we’re still a bit early for the “official” leaks that we saw with the EOS 5D Mark III launch.

First EOS 5D Mark IV Leak-1

 

IA forum member pointed out the lens hood of the attached lens and that they couldn’t identify it. We do know the soon-to-be-announced EF 16-35mm f/2.8L III has a new lens hood, the EW-88D.

[claimed to be the first picture leak of the upcoming EOS 5D Mark IV]

Read full article at Canon Rumors “First EOS 5D Mark IV Leak”

New EF 24-105 F/4L is Replacement Coming with 5D Mark IV [CR3]

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Via Canon Rumors:

We reported yesterday that a new kit lens was coming with the EOS 5D Mark IV in August.

We have confirmed that the kit lens will indeed be an update for the EF 24-105 f/4L IS, which makes a lot more sense for a camera such as the EOS 5D Mark IV.

We have been unable to confirm if the new L lens will support the Power Zoom PZ-E1.

Read this article at Canon Rumors “New EF 24-105 F/4L is Replacement Coming with 5D Mark IV [CR3]

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(cover photo credit: snap from Canon Rumors)



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