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EOS C200 / EOS C200B: EOS C200 vs C200B

CINEMA EOS SYSTEM

C200 VS C200B

Two Models To Meet
Individual Needs

The EOS C200 comes ready to shoot right out of the box, while the “camera body only” EOS C200B gives you the flexibility to accessorize the camera to fit your specific needs.

Ready-to-Go vs. Stand-Alone Configuration

The EOS C200 is a “ready-to-go” production camera that comes with a built-in electronic viewfinder and an array of accessories including a 4-inch touch screen LCD, versatile handle and ergonomic handgrip. The EOS C200B comes as a stand-alone camera body, excluding the built-in electronic viewfinder, LCD monitor, handle and handgrip.

EOS C200 Product Contents

  • EOS C200 Camera Body
  • LCD Touch Panel Monitor (LM-V1)
  • LCD Attachment Unit (LA-V1)
  • Handle Unit (HDU-2)
  • Camera Grip (GR-V1)
  • Shoulder Strap (SS-1200)
  • AC Adapter (CA-A10)
  • Battery Pack (BP-A30)
  • Battery Charger (CG-A20)
  • Compact Power Adapter (CA-CP200B)
  • 50cm Unit Cables (UN-5)
  • Eyecup
  • Mic Holder Unit
  • Tape Measure Hook x1
  • Thumb Rest
  • Body Cap
EOS C200 Product Contents

EOS C200B Product Contents

  • EOS C200B Camera Body
  • AC Adapter (CA-A10)
  • Battery Pack (BP-A30)
  • Battery Charger (CG-A20)
  • Compact Power Adapter (CA-CP200B)
  • Mic Holder Unit
  • Tape Measure Hook x1
  • Thumb Rest
  • Body Cap
EOS C200B Product Contents

Built-in Viewfinder

The EOS C200 comes with a 0.46 inch, 1.77 million dot built-in electronic viewfinder, featuring a full array of menu options for controlling camera settings, and HDR viewing support.

EOS C200

EOS C200

EOS C200B

EOS C200B

SHOOTING STYLES

The EOS C200 Digital Cinema Camera is a “ready-to-go” production camera- right out of the box. The EOS C200 can be ideal for single operator shooting applications including film, documentary and television production, as well as corporate video and event videography work and newsgathering.

The EOS C200B Digital Cinema Camera's small form factor allows it to be used in tighter spaces and mounted into a variety of gyro-stabilized housings, robotic camera pedestals, on a crane or drone, remotely operated for surveillance activities, hidden inside a racecar or helicopter, or other hard-to-reach locations where the camera is not immediately accessible.

Shooting Styles
Shooting Styles