In photography, there are considerations that a photographer or video grapher needs to make while choosing a camera, like, the quality of the pictures or whether it’s user-friendly. For an event photography the best camera to be used is Canon EOS 5D Mark IV. This camera can capture 30 mega pixels of still images, can also shoot seven frames per second, with full autofocus and auto exposure tracking. Making it perfect for photographers who need to shoot fast-paced action, an example can be sports, which is important because it can shoot many pictures in the same sequence.
Canon EOS 5D Mark IV provides fast, consistent and clear view even when there is no enough light. This means that the camera is suitable on doing both indoors and outdoors events. The camera can correct exposures in lowlight situations, with an ISO capability that is expandable up to ISO 102400. With a good ISO in your camera, a photographer does not have to wait for 30 seconds or a minute for an image to come into target. The optional canon log upgrade enables the camera to fit even more comfortably into a pro video workflow. It applies a logarithmic tone to produce footage with extrawide dynamic range and generous exposure latitude, for easy color grading. This is useful when shooting on assignment for different profession.
The camera has intelligent dual pixel CMOS autoaim offers face detection with tracking autofocus, as well as flexi Zones, to keep subjects consistently sharp. For videographers, it enables smooth transitions in any resolution from 4K to full HD. As you record what you need to do, is to touch on the LCD on the points you wish to target to and from, then the camera does the rest. Saving images in dual pixel raw format adds the facility to adjust slightly to the optimal point of sharpness, moving it forward or backwards as required in postproduction using Canon’s digital photo professional software. The software can read the depth map data using data in the dual pixel raw. Use this to make small adjustments of where the area of maximum sharpness is in the image, as well as out of focus and reduce ghosting.
On the camera, it is possible to create a custom set menus, whether when shooting as an individual or as a part of a larger group, on photos or video. As a photographer you could lock the camera, so that only certain settings are adjustable. This safeguards against accidental mistakes while passing the device around in a team, or even when working alone, you could set up according to the different jobs you have, for example, a landscape, portrait or street menu. The customizable menu system is ideal when you want to lockout certain settings or simply want to redistribute them to make them easier to access and speed up your workflow.
The autofocus button controls autofocus by default, but It can be assigned to recall presets pf other main shooting functions such as shutter speed, aperture, metering mode and targeting area of selection. This is useful to those photographers who use the shutter release button to aim, as it frees up the autoaim button to access the favorite settings to speed up shooting. The camera can record voice memos on still images. For instance, a photojournalist may want to identify people with influence who isn’t easily recognized. When you have a voice memo of who it is, it makes your metadata tagging much easier. Adding a voice tag, helps with cataloguing and indexing image files on archival storage.
The auto-focus orientation sensor is great for those who need to recompose and maintain the target quickly. You can preset your preferred autoaim mode or point for different orientations of the camera, then it will automatically switch to the appropriate preset when you rotate the camera. This canon has two automatic white balance modes, ambient priority or white priority. A travel photographer, the ambient auto white balance might be important to keep the feeling of a particular place. Other cameras choose one of the balances but canon has both, to give the users the choice of choosing one or use both. These balances help users to analyze the scene and correcting color cast to render accurate colors, sometimes it helps the photographer to retain some natural surrounding to keep authenticity in an image.