1) Does the camera have a trip for the aperture in a manual lens?
2) Does the camera indicate when the chosen focus spot is in phase (focus) with a manual lens?
3) How easily can a CPU lens be manipulated in manual mode?
These are my concerna because,
1) No matter the genius of a programmer the programmer can't program a camera for every conceivable situation, but I can by going to manual mode,
2) I use CPU lens, mostly in auto focus and manual exposure. Also, I have lenses going back more than 40 years that I have no desire to replace. Nor do I need to replace lenses because I have invested time in learning how cameras work.
And, the Histogram is my friend.
So, do these cameras have provisions for a manual aperture, and does the phased focus indicator depend on a CPU lens. ?
Outside of these concerns, Meh.
Canon EOS 5D Mark IV is good. Full-frame cameras tend to be well-built across the board, and there are a lot of excellent options. But Canon’s new EOS 5D Mark IV is our pick. For the price, you get a lot of Canon’s latest tech inside a camera body that isn’t much larger than midrange APS-C DSLRs – great for sports photographers who need to run around or carry multiple cameras.