Canon has announced the latest model in its Cinema range of video cameras, the EOS C200.
The third generation Cinema EOS camera has a new 8.85 megapixel CMOS sensor along with a new Dual DIGIC DV6 image processor. It can record in the new Canon Cinema RAW Light at DCI 4K resolution in 60p/50p (10-bit) or 24p/25p/30p (12-bit). The camera is capable of recording both these formats internally to a CFast card. You can also record in MP4 up to 60p in 8-bit. The C200 also includes Canon's Dual Pixel CMOS AF for faster focusing with face detection.
Other features include ISO 100-102400 sensitivity, in-camera ND filters, dual SD and single CFast card slots with simultaneous recording, oversampling HD processing, wide DR gamma, and ACESproxy support. The C200 has support for Canon CINE-SERVO and EF Cinema lenses.
The C200 will be available in two variants, a standard variant with LM-V1 LCD Monitor, LA-V1 LCD Attachment, GR-V1 Camera Grip, and HDU-2 Handle Unit and C200B that comes with just the camera body without any of the accessories. The accessories will be sold separately.
The EOS C200 is priced at $7499 and the C200B at $5999. The COMPACT-SERVO 70-200mm Zoom Lens announced alongside will be available separately for $5800. The camera and the accessories will be available in September.
It's nice to see GSM Arena feature a variety of consumer electronic topics, such as this Canon device.
Some Funboys can't even see the difference between cheap camcorder and professional videocamera. Man, even your phone can take some videos!)))