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Canon 5D Mark IV vs 5D Mark IV with Canon Log

 
jaxhouse
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Jul 27, 2017 11:40 |  #1

Maybe this has been covered here before although I didn't see it....

I'm wanting to upgrade to the Canon 5D Mark IV but now I see there is a new version with Canon Log preinstalled.

Wondering what one you'd recommend...I do mostly still photography?

What is the difference, if any, between the one with Canon Log preinstalled ( which adds $300 to the cost ) or sending the other one in for an upgrade for $99?

Thanks in advance for you input!

(Wasn't sure where to post...copied in another thread)


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Jul 27, 2017 13:09 |  #2

Not for still images. Canon Log is a picture setting that increases dynamic range for video files. So if you think you might get into video, it can be worth it: if not, then there's no difference.

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Nov 29, 2018 12:29 |  #3

I was just wondering around if it's worth it to go but as I am just a photographer, no need.
Thanks for the topic and it's reply.




  
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