Canon EOS C300 PL Cinema Camera

Canon EOS C300 PL Cinema Camera
EOS C300 PL

Features

  • • 8.3MP Super 35mm CMOS sensor; Full HD
  • • Industry-standard PL lens mount
  • • High sensitivity, low noise
  • • Canon Log Gamma
  • • Compact, modular, lightweight
  • • Seamless workflow integration
  • • 50Mbps MPEG-2 MXF to CF card
  • • 24.00p for movie production
  • • Wi-Fi remote control

A ground-breaking professional cine camera, EOS C300 PL fuses Canon’s proven video technology and lens heritage with EOS creativity. Interchangeable lenses give unprecedented freedom to tell every story.

Super 35mm-equivalent 16:9 large CMOS sensor
Modeled on the Super 35mm picture film standard, Canon’s CMOS sensor has an active image size of 24.6 x 13.8mm. The image sensor utilizes an innovative readout technique that delivers full bandwidth individual RGB video components without the need for any debayering algorithms.

Modular design for mobility and expandability
Taking into account of various shooting scenarios, the EOS C300 (PL) can accommodate situations where every last inch of maneuverability counts. With day-long shooting comfort and usability in mind, different components can be added or removed as needed. It’s also compatible with industry standard third-party accessories, so it can be easily rigged for studio, Steadicam, jib or just about any other configuration imaginable.

Highly compatible with movie production workflow
Seamless integration with NLEs is just the beginning of effective post-processing. Clean image quality; low S / N ratio; Canon Log Gamma for expanded dynamic range and file formats that hold up when multiple effects and colour corrections are applied. Robust enough for the big screen, but convenient enough for on-set review and tweaking. (Read more..)

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