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CANON FOR FILM & TV

Canon Professional Products for Film and TV give productions an innovative edge.

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PRODUCTS

Professional from multiple industries turn to Canon products to meet their imaging needs.

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CASE STUDIES

Holocaust Documentary No Place On Earth

The Canon EOS C300 Helps Capture Documentary Footage Shot in Deep, Dark Caves.

Indie Filmmakers Look of Major Feature

It's "All Relative" when you're using a Canon EOS C100 Cinema Camera and a selection of Canon lenses.

Face Detection Technology at Work

A top TV director toils under the pressure to deliver a complicated shoot, the Canon XF305 professional camcorder saves the day.

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SHOT WITH CINEMA EOS

Trick Shot

Shot with the Cinema EOS C300 Mark II, a family of con artists traveling across the country to pay off their son’s gambling debt.

Trick Shot: Behind the Scenes

DP Gale Tattersall, director Evan Kaufmann and others share their impressions of working with the EOS C300 Mark II Digital Cinema Camera.

Orphan Cars

Shot with Cinema EOS C100 Mark II cameras, Orphan Cars features a husband and wife antique car restoration team.

Orphan Cars: Behind the Scenes

DP Chapin Hall looks at the unique features the Cinema EOS C100 Mark II that provided to help capture beautiful imagery and tell this story.

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imagePROGRAF LARGE FORMAT PRINTERS IN THE FILM INDUSTRY

4K to Large Format Printers with Ori Media

See Michael Ori use an imagePROGRAF to create large format prints from 4K video.

James Franco's "Tar" Film

In the film "Tar", Canon Large Format Printers were used to reproduce period wallpaper from the 1940's to the 1980's.

Marvel's Captain America, The Winter Soldier

Watch Russell Bobbitt, Property Master for Marvel's Captain America The Winter Soldier, use an imagePROGRAF printer to help bring the movies props to life.

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