VIDEO: We discuss the new Canon C200 with David Newton at IBC 2017
26 September 2017 | Category: Motion
The new Canon EOS C200 has got everybody talking, we chatted with photographer David Newton to see what he made of it. David really put the camera through its paces and was suitably impressed, particularly it seems with the simplicity, the autofocus, the low light capabilities and the dynamic range. Not to mention the weather sealing - having thrown everything at it from sand to powder paint!
A brief overview of the C200 is as follows; full interview below:
4K Cinema EOS starts here
Enter professional 4K filmmaking with a camera boasting a Super 35mm CMOS sensor capable of recording high-definition UHD/50P MP4 footage internally to dual SD card and Full HD up to 120P.
Internal RAW recording
Record 4K Cinema RAW Light footage in 10-bit/50P or 12-bit 24P/25P internally to CFast 2.0™ card with simultaneous MP4 proxy.
Pro quality image and audio
Up to 15-stops dynamic range with Cinema RAW Light, high sensitivity ISO 100-102,400 and 4 channel audio recording.
Extensive shooting functions
Advanced autofocus options with touchscreen control plus HDR monitoring and 10-stop electronically controlled optical ND filters.
Robust, compact body featuring an EF mount supporting a huge range of EF and Cinema lenses. Built-in Wi-Fi, Ethernet, SDI and XLR terminals for professional use.
The new Canon EOS C200 is now available for hire, HERE