Why would one want to own two almost equivalent top level camera bodies? In my case, it totally makes sense. My most recent acquisition is the Canon 5D Mark IV (on the left). I've owned the Canon 5Ds for a little over a year.
The Canon 5Ds was acquired to use for architectural and landscape photography as well as portrait photography, the two core parts of my business. The 50 megapixel camera delivers high resolution crystal clear images, each original file around 80 mg. The studio portrait are so highly resolved they look almost three dimensional. Likewise, the architectural images are sharp, looking splendid at their native size of 16x24.
The Canon 5D Mark IV will be used for the fastest growing part of my business, environmental portraits falling under the categories of At Work as well as In Your Space™ portraits of people in business. The noise free (almost) feature of the camera at even high ISO's will allow me to shoot clean, clear photos without the need for elaborate large studio strobes. Likewise, creating photos for web content, more run and gun type photography (including events) will be greatly improved because of the added autofocus features and touch screen operations of the camera. Moreover, the increased dynamic range of the camera will significantly improve the quality of architectural interiors as well as building exteriors and landscapes shot early in the morning or at twilight. Finally, built in Wifi will allow me to easily display photos on my iPad for client review as well as instantaneously send them to clients off site as I shoot.
It's all in the quest to create next level, outside the box, remarkable photos!
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