Like several EOS cameras, the EOS 5D Mark IV features a timelapse movie shooting option to create timelapses directly in-camera without needing to stitch the images together afterwards. When you shoot a timelapse movie, you will notice that the resolution is FHD and it is recorded at either 29.97P (NTSC) or 25.00P (PAL). If you wish to record a timelapse at a higher resolution or with a different frame rate, then you should use the interval timer instead to capture still images that you can later combine on a computer. This will allow you to capture a timelapse at a much higher resolution, in RAW, or with a faster or slower frame rate as required.
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- EOS 5D Mark IV