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Features

Canon 8.85 Megapixel Super 35mm CMOS Sensor

The heart of any Canon camera is its superb image-sensor technology. The EOS C300 Mark II Digital Cinema Camera integrates an 8.85 Megapixel Super 35mm 16:9 CMOS sensor that supports 4K (DCI) recording with a maximum resolution of 4096 x 2160 pixels. The camera fully utilizes the image data delivered by this 4K CMOS sensor to also enable Over Sampling HD Processing for 2K (DCI) and Full HD1080/60p recording.

Each pixel in this CMOS imaging sensor also maintains a wide pixel pitch that maximizes the amount of light that falls on to each photo site, thus enhancing the EOS C300 Mark II’s sensitivity while also minimizing noise and supporting ISO speeds of up to 102,400 for extreme low-light imaging. This sensor also reduces data-readout time to about half of what it was in the original EOS C300 Camera, which results in a significant reduction in rolling-shutter artifacts.

The information yielded from the 4K sensor is fully utilized to enable high-image-quality 2K (DCI)/Full HD recording (Over Sampling HD Processing) and to support multi-purpose production needs.
Dual DiG!C DV 5 Image Processors
The EOS C300 Mark II Digital Cinema Camera's re-designed imaging system includes dual DiG!C DV 5 image processors, which work in concert with the camera's advanced Super 35 CMOS sensor and XF-AVC codec to enable a wide variety of image quality and feature improvements. These include 15 stops of dynamic range, Canon Log 2 recording, Dual Pixel CMOS AF, simultaneous 4K and HD proxy recording, and 2K/Full HD frame rates of up to 120 fps.


Internal CFast™ 4K Recording Technology
CFast™ (CompactFast) 2.0 cards are the next-generation mass-storage media employed by the EOS C300 Mark II for in-camera 4K video recording. The EOS C300 Mark II Digital Cinema Camera features two CFast™ card slots, each of which is protected by a convenient hinged cover. The camera also includes an SD card slot for HD and Proxy recording. For example, the camera can simultaneously record 4K on two CFast™ (2.0) cards along with 2K proxy images on its SD card for off-line editing.

The following chart illustrates the various record times based on the capacity of the CFast™ card being used:

 

 


As of April 2016, compatibility has been verified for the following CFast™ memory cards:

 


 

Proper operation cannot be guaranteed for all recording media. Long term usage may reduce a CFast™ card's write speed. We recommend users regularly fully format and refresh their card using the "Full Format and Refresh Tool." available via the following URLs:

SanDisk: http://kb.sandisk.com/app/answers/detail/a_id/17370

Lexar: http://www.lexar.com/support/downloads

 

 

 

 
Canon Log Gamma 2/ACES/Rec. 2020 Support
The EOS C300 Mark II Digital Cinema Camera features a new log gamma designated as Canon Log Gamma 2, which was designed explicitly for the camera's 10-bit recording capabilities. The files produced using Log format are ideal for color correction/grading in post-production, providing users with a high level of creative freedom while minimizing degradation of image quality. When using Canon Log 2, the Cinema EOS C300 Mark II can provide a dynamic range up to 1600%.

 

 



Users can now set the Canon Log 2 gamma profile which achieves a uniform output n a wide area of the log space making it easy to perform post-processing.

 

 

 
Dual Pixel CMOS AF Technology
The EOS C300 Mark II Digital Cinema Camera features the newest generation in Canon Dual Pixel CMOS AF Technology.



Each pixel in the camera's CMOS sensor is configured with two photodiodes. Two independent image signals can then be detected at each photosite. By implementing phase-difference AF, smooth focusing is accomplished using Canon EF lenses with much higher speed and accuracy than was possible with previous technologies.

The DAF focusing area has been expanded on the EOS C300 Mark II Digital Cinema Camera to approximately 80% (vertically) x 80% (horizontally) of the image area. The focusing area can also be moved using the camera's 4-direction key, allowing the user more control of AF operation.

Expanded area in which focusing is possible
(What is inside the red frame can be moved)

The EOS C300 Mark II Digital Cinema Camera also offers Face Detection AF using Canon EF lenses in addition to providing this capability with existing STM lenses.


Working together with Canon Face Detection technology and Tracking Priority AF, Dual Pixel CMOS AF is excellent at automatically recognizing a face, focusing on it, & following it while it moves.

Dual Pixel Focus Guide
Utilizing the Dual Pixel CMOS AF information focus-assist information is displayed on the screen. It employs a truly innovative user interface that enables the user to see if they are focused in front of or behind the subject through visual observation, and allows quick and accurate manual focus to be achieved.

Movement of the Guide Area


The guide area can be moved using the 4-direction key, provided that the area is within the Dual Pixel CMOS AF range.
Canon XF-AVC Codec
The EOS C300 Mark II Digital Cinema Camera incorporates the new Canon XF-AVC codec that allows 4K image data to be recorded internally onto CFast (2.0) cards. (The camera features two CFast card slots and an SD card slot.) This makes it easy for users to record high quality compressed 4K images in the camera body without the need for external recorders. If full uncompressed RAW recording is needed, the EOS C300 Mark II Digital Cinema Camera can output its signal through dual 3G-SDI outputs to an external recorder.
Slow- and Fast-Motion Recording (Up to 120 fps)
The EOS C300 Mark II Digital Cinema Camera features shooting speeds ranging from 1 fps (for time-lapse filming) to its highest speed of 120 fps (in 2K/Full HD). A wide range of expressive effects are made possible for creative digital filmmaking.
Multiple Recording Modes (HD/2K/4K)
Multiple recording modes, resolutions and frame rates make the EOS C300 Mark II Digital Cinema Camera creatively flexible and able to work in any production environment.


Fully Compatible with New and Existing EF-Mount Lenses
A major aspect of the creative filmmaking potential of the EOS C300 Mark II Digital Cinema Camera is its compatibility with the full range of more than 100 Canon EF and EF-S photographic lenses (including specialty tilt-shift and fisheye models) and Canon’s 4K CN-E Cinema prime and zoom lenses (including the “ENG-style” Canon CINE-SERVO zooms). Improved EF lens communication capabilities of the EOS C300 Mark II Digital Cinema Camera provide the display of CN-E Cinema lens T-values, compatibility with Dual-Pixel CMOS AF, lens metadata acquisition, and chromatic aberration correction.

PL and Locking EF Mount Options Users wishing to employ PL-mount lenses can convert their EOS C300 Mark II Digital Cinema Camera at a Canon Service Center.



The EOS C300 Mark II can be modified at a later point in time for a fee by authorized Canon Cinema EOS service centers for users who prefer either locking EF mount or PL mount.

Versatile and Refined Ergonomics
The EOS C300 Mark II Digital Cinema Camera builds on the innovative and efficient ergonomic design of the original, while also providing new advantages. Redesigned from the ground up to maximize shooting comfort and usability improvements asked for by users, the EOS C300 Mark II Digital Cinema Camera's modular design allows different components to be added or removed as needed to not only meet the demands of a particular shooting environment, but to also maximize the comfort of the camera operator. In addition to the core body of the EOS C300 Mark II Digital Cinema Camera, the EOS C300 Mark II Digital Cinema Camera comes with a removable hand grip, improved low-angle camera handle extension with additional attachment points, and removable LCD monitor and control panel with XLR audio inputs.

The EOS C300 Mark II Digital Cinema Camera features a 0.46 Inch 1.77 Megapixel color OLED EVF (Organic Light Emitting Diode Electronic ViewFinder). OLED technology increases the color reproducibility, contrast and response of the viewfinder, making camera operation and the judging of image characteristics seen in the viewfinder much easier. The EVF also offers 60º of tilt for more comfortable operation in a variety of positions.

Connectivity and Camera Control
The EOS C300 Mark II Digital Cinema Camera comes equipped with two 3G-SDI, a genlock input, a time code input/output, and an HDMI output. (The camera's various "assist-displays" - waveform monitor, edge monitor, peaking, zebra and magnify - can be output to the SDI and HDMI outputs.)

 

 

 
RC-V100 Remote Support LANC Compatible
The EOS C300 Mark II Digital Cinema Camera supports the Canon RC-V100 multi-functional remote controller for enabling image quality adjustments and camera operations to be set from a distance. The EOS C300 Mark II Digital Cinema Camera is also LANC compatible and supports a variety of LANC accessories from third-party manufacturers.

 

 

 
Wireless Remote Capabilities
Users can take dynamic control of the functionality of the EOS C300 Mark II Digital Cinema Camera using a standard web browser with the optional WFT-E6A or WFT-E8A wireless file transmitter. Almost all shooting operations and settings can be controlled from a laptop, tablet or smart phone. Focusing functions have been added, and the focusing area can even be moved by touch, allowing accurate focusing operations even when direct access to the camera is not available.
 
 
Full Manual Control
The EOS C300 Mark II Digital Cinema Camera is also a fully manual digital camera. Users of the EOS C300 Mark II Digital Cinema Camera have full manual control of all camera functions including iris, shutter speed, gain, zoom, focus, and audio, giving them the ability to adapt to both technical and artistic challenges when shooting. For maximum customization, users have access to Custom Picture Settings, Custom Functions, and Custom Display Options to tailor the camera precisely to their needs.

Specifications

Sensor


CMOS sensor (single-panel) equivalent to Super 35 mm

Total Pixels


Approx. 9.84 megapixels (4206 x2340)

Number of effective pixels


Approx. 8.85 megapixels (4096 x 2160): When 4096 x 2160 or 2048 x 1080 is selected as the resolution
Approx. 8.29 megapixels (3840 x 2160): When 3840 x 2160 or 1920 x 1080 is selected as the resolution

Lens Mount


Canon EF mount
[EF lens group supported (including EF-S lenses), EF cinema lens group supported]

Exposure Modes


(1) Manual exposure based on shutter setting, iris setting, ISO/gain setting, and ND filter setting
(2) Push auto iris control, auto iris control (Light metering system selection, shift possible)

Shutter Setting


Speed, Angle, Clear Scan, Slow, or Off mode selected
Either 1/3 or 1/4 steps selected as speed increment

lris Setting


1/2-stop, 1/3-stop or fine setting selected
(1) Push auto iris control
(2) Auto iris control *
* Available only with some EF lenses


ISO


1 step, 1/3 step settings
[*100 - 160 - 25600 -*102400
*When the sensitivity is expanded

Gain


Normal [*-6dB - -2dB - 42dB - *54db]
Fine: Setting in 0.5d8 step increments possible
* When the sensitivity is expanded

ND Filter


5 density settings (2,4,6,8(*), 10(*) stops) [(*) when expansion is selected]
Motorized drive

Focus Control


DAF (Dual Pixel CMOS AF) supported
Manual focus, one-shot AF, continuous AF, AF-Boosted MF (*), face detection AF (Only lenses that support AF functions can be used in any of these modes.)
*See Technical Description.

LCD Monitor


4 (10.1 cm diagonal) color wide-screen LCD with 16:9 aspect ratio
Approx. 1.23 million dots (854 x RGB x 480), 100% field of view coverage

Viewfinder


0.46 (1.18 cm on the diagonal), color organic EL display with a widescreen 16:9 aspect ratio
Approx. 1.17 million dots (1024 x RGB x 576), 100% field of view ratio

White Balance


Kelvin setting (setting range: 2000K to 15000K), daylight, tungsten, settings (A/B)

Frame Rate


59.94 Hz, 50.00 Hz, 24.00 Hz
59.94 Hz mode 59.94i / 59.94P / 29.97P / 23.98P
50.00 Hz mode 50.00i / 50.00P / 25.00P
24.00 Hz mode 24.00P


CFast Card


Movie recording, custom picture settings, metadata 2-slot

SD Card


Recording of movies and photos (JPEG), custom pictures, metadata, menus and other data possible

Video Compression Formats


MPEG-4 AVC/H.264

Audio Recording System


Linear PCM (16bit/24bit- 48 kHz - 4ch)

File Format


MXF

Bit Rate


Intra 410 / 225 / 210 / 110Mbps, Long GOP 50Mbps
Long GOP 35 or 24Mbps (for proxy recording on SD cards)

CFast Card


Intraframe recording
Resolution : 4096x2160 / 3840x2160 / 2048x1080 / 1920x1080
Signal configuration : YCC422 10bit/(*)RG8444 (12bit/10bit)
(*) Only with 2048x1080 or 1920x1080; 29.97P, 23.98P, 25.00P and 24.00P

Long GOP recording
Resolution : 2048x1080 / 1920x1080
Signal configuration : YCC422 10bit






SD Card


Movies: Long GOP recording only (*)
Resolution : 2048x1080 / 1920x1080
Signal configuration: YCC420 8bit
Photo: JPEG
Resolution : 2048x1080 / 1920x1080

(*) Proxy recording using low bit rate





Count-Up


Drop frame(*) or non-drop frame

Operation Mode


Rec run, free run, regeneration
(*) Only in the 59.94 Hz mode

Zoom Remote Controller


Canon RC-V100

Special Rec


Slow & Fast motion recording (max. 120 fps supported), frame recording, pre-recording, interval recording

Other


Relay recording, double slot recording, 4K RAW output, custom picture settings, color bar, peaking display, zebra display, My Menu settings, waveform monitor display, edge monitor display, customized functions, function assignment buttons (1 to 11), key lock, marker displays, Enlarged display, custom display Browser remote control using WFT unit, peripheral illumination correction, monaural microphone, fan control, magnification chromatic aberration compensation, GPS information recording, etc.

Playback Operations


Normal playback, fast forward (at speeds of 5x, 15x, 60x), fast reverse (at speeds of 5x, 15x, 60x), frame forward, frame reverse, forward skip, reverse skip, rec review

Clip Display


3x4 (clip) index screen
[Original, OK mark, check mark, shot mark, expand, proxy, photo (SD card) index displays available]

Clip Information Displays


Clip metadata display, custom picture data display

Edit


Clip deletion, clip copying

Body

Input


GENLOCK terminal (also serves as SYNC OUT terminal), TIME CODE terminal (input/output switching), REMOTE terminal, MIC terminal, AUDIO terminal

Output


MON. terminal, REC OUT terminal, HDMI OUT terminal, headphones terminal, SYNC OUT terminal (also serves as GENLOCK terminal), TIME CODE terminal (input/output switching), VIDEO terminal

Input/output control


Expansion system terminal (WFT/other unit)

Edit


Clip deletion, clip copying

Monitor Unit

Input


INPUT terminal (XLR) x 2, VIDEO terminal

Output


AUDIO terminal

Power Supply


14.4V DC (battery pack), 16.7 V DC (DC-IN)

Image Processing Platform


Dual Digic DV 5

Main Unit Weight


Approx. 2.5 lbs (1125g)

Dimensions (W x H x D)


Approx. 5.9 x 7.2 x 7.2 in (149 x 183 x 183 mm)- with thumb rest

EOS C300 Mark II

EOS C300 Mark II EOS C300 Mark II Body (with Grip) Shoulder Strap Camcorder Body Cap Monitor Unit Handle Unit Handle Bracket Expansion Unit Attachment Battery Pack (BP-A30) Battery Charger (CG-A10) Power Adapter (CA-A10) Eye Cup Viewfinder Cap Thumb Rest Tripod Base (TB-1) Measure Hook (x1) 50 cm Cables for Monitor Unit (x2) Hexagon Socket, Head Cap Screws (x10) with Allen Key

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White Papers

High Dynamic Range (HDR): What it is and What it is Not
Over many decades the television and video technical community have wrestled with continually improving specific imaging parameters that collectively combine to elevate the overall quality of video pictures. This work evolved progressively over the extended era of analog video, followed by digital “standard definition” video (SDTV), all the way to todays’ digital “high definition video (HDTV).
Cinema EOS On-Set HDR/WCG Ecosystem
This paper will outline the numerous design strategies in a unique second generation digital cinematography production system intended to originate imagery in 2K/HD/4K/UHD formats that have both High Dynamic Range (HDR) and Wide Color Gamut (WCG). The system includes the cine lens, a new digital camcorder, and an on-set reference display that share a coordinated system design conforming to the ACES 1.0 system developed by the Technical Council of the Academy of Motion Picture Arts and Sciences.
Image Performance Enhancements in the EOS C300 Mark II
The new camera is intended to significantly extend the overall image performance of HD beyond that of the C300 while further supporting the alternative 2K cinema format. A 15-stop dynamic range is provided by a new photodiode design that simultaneously lowers the noise floor while elevating the saturation level – offering excellent HDR functionality and much more.
Extended Recording Capabilities in the EOS C300 Mark II
The new C300 Mark II camcorder offers significantly elevated video performance and expanded operational capabilities. Unlike its predecessor, the C300 Mark II offers a choice of 2K or HD. Most important, it greatly extends on-board recording capabilities by deploying a new codec based upon the more advanced MPEG-4 H.264 Advanced Video Coding (AVC) compression algorithm.
Ergonomic and Operational Enhancements to the EOS C300 Mark II
From the extraordinary diversity of productions done with a large body of C300 camcorders around the globe for the ensuing four years a great deal of commentary and suggestions based upon those shooting experiences were gathered, the new EOS C300 Mark II embodies many of these suggestions while also incorporating innovative enhancements to both imaging and recording capabilities. On-set systemization has been greatly enhanced by a coordinated design with a new on-set 4K reference display.
The Promise of 4K
The advent of 4K cinema brings about changes to cameras, lenses, post-production and the home viewing experience. Explore each implication in-depth and see what this digital image format offers.
Deep Dive - High Dynamic Range (HDR) in the EOS C700 and EOS C300 Mark II Cameras PART 1
The EOS C700 and EOS C300 Mark II cameras share the same Super 35mm 4.5K CMOS image sensor developed by Canon to achieve a 15-Stop dynamic range. This paper will review some of the innovative technologies underlying the image sensor design that supports this extended range.
Deep Dive - High Dynamic Range (HDR) in the EOS C700 and EOS C300 Mark II Cameras PART 2
The companion white paper “Deep Dive into High Dynamic Range – Part 1” examined key aspects of the image sensor that is capable of originating HDR video. The importance of choosing a reference base sensitivity setting for the HDR camera and its implications on the dynamic range actually delivered by the camera were also discussed. It was emphasized that this linear light digital representation predetermines three critical specification of the Luma video that is ultimately delivered by the camera – namely, sensitivity, dynamic range, and noise.

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Case Studies

How I Shot That: DP Jim Frohna Brings an Indie Film Approach to Shooting Amazon’s ‘I Love Dick’
Director Tyler Stableford's hands-on experience with prototypes of the Canon EOS C700, Canon's new 4.5K flagship in the Cinema EOS line.

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Articles from the Canon Digital Learning Center

Canon Live Learning
Experience the new EOS C300 Mark II firmware updates with side-by-side video comparisons of Canon Log, Canon Log 2, and Canon Log 3
The July 28, 2016 worldwide release of Cinema EOS firmware updates include C300 Mark II image quality improvements for Canon Log 2, and the addition of Canon Log 3, along with added functionality for Cine Primes, Cine-Servo, and Compact-Servo and EF lenses, as well as other feature enhancements.
Stay Sharp: Automatically Controlling focus in the EOS C300 Mark II
The Dual Pixel CMOS AF system is so incredibly impressive that filmmakers from all backgrounds are quickly dropping their preconceived notions about autofocus for video capture.

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Available Packages

EOS C300 Mark II Zacuto Rig
EOS C300 Mark II CINE-SERVO 17-120mm with Zacuto ENG Rig PACKAGE
Item Code: 0635C019

This package includes the EOS C300 Mark II the CINE-SERVO 17-120mm T2.95-3.9 EF and the Zacuto ENG Rig, which includes the VCT Pro Baseplate, VCT Lens Support, C300 Mark II Helmet Kit, Quick Release AV Unit Mount, Axis Mini, Gratical HD Micro OLED EVF, Cheese Box Counterweight with two 3-inch m/f rods, Two Wireless Plates, V-mount Battery Plate with 2 d-taps and LEMO connector, LP-E6 Cable to d-tap power cable, 6 Cable Ties, D-tap to 12 pin Hirose to power CINE-SERVO Lens.

EOS C300 Mark II Zacuto Z-Finder Kit
EOS C300 Mark II with Zacuto Z-Finder PACKAGE
Item Code: 0635C020

This package includes the EOS C300 Mark II and the Zacuto Z-Finder Kit, which includes the VCT Universal Baseplate with Front Rods, Z-Grip Relocator, C300 Mark II Helmet and Recoil Handle Kit and Z-Finder 1.8x with Mounting Kit.


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Firmware Update

Access the EOS C300 Mark II product support page to download the firmware.

 

EVF-V70 OLED Electronic Viewfinder Support
This optional EVF-V70 OLED Electronic Viewfinder is now supported by the camera, offering industry-standard operability and quality. The 1920x1080 resolution currently outclasses many competitors, helping to make 4K video production easier.

Shutter Angle Priority
A constant shutter angle can now be maintained, regardless of any other camera settings being changed.

Zebra Range Expanded Below 65%
The range of the Zebra 1 setting has been expanded to between 5% (±5%) and 95% (±5%) in steps of 5%. Previously, the Zebra 1 setting range was between 70% (±5%) and 95% (±5%).

The range of the Zebra 2 setting has been expanded to between 5% and 100% in steps of 5%. Previously, the Zebra 1 setting range was between 70% and 100%.

While higher numbers can help facilitate correct overall scene exposure, helping to prevent over-exposure, the expanded range in the lower end can help correctly expose a variety of skin tones.

2K Crop Audio Recording
Audio can now be recorded when the camera is set in 2K crop mode. Audio must be recorded in the following combinations with a resolution of 2048x1080/1920x1080:

System Frequency Frame Rate S&F Frame Rate
59.94Hz 59.94P
29.97P
23.98P
60P
30P
24P
50.00Hz 50.00P
25.00P
50P
25P
24.00Hz 24.00P 24P

Built-in Mic Audio Off
The internal microphone on the camera body can now be turned off.

WFT-E8 Wireless File Transmitter Support
The optional WFT-E8 Wireless File Transmitter is now supported, adding wireless operation, metadata input and speedy image transfer from the camera, while offering expanded versatility with an enhanced user interface.

Peripheral Illumination Correction
The camera can now collect Peripheral Illumination Correction data when used with the EF24-105mm f/4L IS II USM lens. This allows the camera to automatically adjust the picture to correct for corner shading, helping to maintain consistent brightness across the image area and reduce vignetting.

Access the EOS C300 Mark II product support page to download the firmware.

 

Canon Log 3
Canon Log 3 achieves a dynamic range of 1600% with 14 stops of dynamic range, and can be ideal for middle end users that have a limited budget for post-production, and need quick turnaround.

Relative Stop from 18% Grey with 1 Odbit Code Value

Improved Image Quality
A reduction in the dark noise level is realized in Canon Log 2 mode. Streaking and black sun spots have been reduced in all modes by changing the CMOS sensor control.

ACES 1.0 Output via SDI/HDMI
The Academy qualified the EOS C300 Mark II cinema camera for ACES 1.0. This new format allows the camera to output ACES 1.0 from the camera’s HD-SDI and HDMI terminals.

ACES 1.0 Output via SDI/HDMI

Magnify Function During REC
The Magnify function can be used during recording when the function is selected in the menu.

Additional Lens Functionality
The highlighted lens functions are now possible with this update.

C300 Mark II EF-mount compatible lenses


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Videos

Trick Shot

A classic con movie with a twist, Trick Shot is a a film about a family of con artists who travel across the country to pay off their son’s gambling debt and get more than they bargain for.

Trick Shot: Behind the Scenes

A behind the scenes look at the making of Trick Shot, the first film to be shot on the EOS C300 Mark II Digital Cinema Camera. Director Evan Kaufmann, Director of Photography Gale Tattersall and others share their impressions of working with Canon's new EOS C300 Mark II Digital Cinema Camera.

Introducing the Canon EOS C300 Mark II

Join Canon U.S.A.’s Technical Advisor Brent Ramsey as he discusses the new features and benefits of the EOS C300 Mark II Cinema camera.

Canon EOS C300 Mark II Tutorial Series: New Features

In this video tutorial series, hosted by Canon Digital Learning Center contributor, Jem Schofield, take a look at the new internal and external features of this camera and how it compares and differs from its predecessor.

Canon EOS C300 Mark II: Assignable Buttons & Applying LUTs

Join Canon Digital Learning Center contributor Jem Schofield, as he discusses how to use assignable buttons to make applying LUTs quicker and more convenient during your productions.

Canon MA-400 Overview with Jem Schofield

Join Canon Digital Learning Center contributor Jem Schofield, as he gives a quick overview of the Canon MA-400 microphone adapter used on the EOS C300 Mark II.

Canon Dual Pixel Autofocus

Even with today’s advancements in digital photography and cinematography, being precisely in focus isn’t that easy – especially when doing it alone.


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Canon Professional Services (CPS)

Canon Professional Services (CPS) at The Big Game 2017


Canon Professional Services (CPS) provides exceptional support for imaging professionals. Learn More

CPS Membership Benefits Include:

Discounted Repair Service

Significant discounts* are available for Gold, Platinum, or Cinema Members.

Expedited Repair Turnaround

Members receive priority service to substantially reduce downtime to 2-3 days for most repairs, depending on membership level.

Equipment Evaluation Loans

This unique evaluation loan program offers Gold, Platinum and Cinema members the opportunity to 'try before you buy' to make the decision process easier for essential purchases.*

Product Maintenance

Canon maintenance servicing is provided for your DSLR and EF Lenses as a Gold, Platinum or Cinema CPS member.*

24/7 U.S.-Based Domestic & International Hotline

Canon's highly skilled and US-based support agents are available around the clock, seven days a week, to help you with any technical questions that may arise.

On-Site Support at Major Events and Shows

Services include complimentary equipment cleanings, checks and loans (services vary by event).

*Discounts and quantities vary by membership level and are outlined in the Canon Professional Services terms and conditions.


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† Prices and specifications subject to change without notice. Actual prices are determined by individual dealers and may vary.

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