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New Canon Super 35mm CMOS Sensor
Modeled on the Super 35mm 3-perf motion picture film standard, the Canon CMOS sensor has an active image size of 24.4 x 13.5mm. It uses 3840 (H) x 2160 (V) photosites to perform the crucial optoelectronic transformation of digital imaging. Each photosite is a generous 6.4 x 6.4 micrometers in area and each has a microlens that ensures the highest efficiency in light transfer to the individual photodiode. Proprietary technologies within the photosite simultaneously lower the image sensor noise floor while enhancing the photon capacity of the photodiode - a combination that assures superb dynamic range. The image sensor employs an innovative readout technique that delivers full bandwidth individual RGB video components without the need for any debayering algorithms. Each of these components has a 1920 (H) x 1080 (V) sampling structure at up to 60 frames. From these original video components, a 1080-line 60i format or a 1280 (H) x 720 (V) at 60P HD format are selectively derived.
Wide Dynamic Range
The EOS C300 incorporates the first Canon CMOS sensor designed specifically for high frame rate motion pictures, offering not only high resolution and shallow depth-of-field but also high sensitivity with low noise. Working together, Canon's Super 35mm sensor and DIGIC DV III Image Processor achieve a remarkably high signal-to-noise ratio that enables recordings with great detail and dynamic range even in minimal light.
ISO range now up to 80,000 with firmware update now available.
Canon Log Gamma
Shooting in Canon Log mode, cinematographers can set the camera exposure value using their customary light meter practices. Canon Log is a special nonlinear transfer function embodied within the DIGIC DV III RGB video processing system. This transfer function is specifically designed to facilitate the post-production of digital images originating in Cinema EOS in a manner similar to the post-production of images digitally transferred from motion picture film (the contemporary DI process). By managing the disposition of quantization bits, Canon Log ensures excellent tonal reproduction within both highlight and low-light regions of a given digital image - maintaining a total dynamic range of 800%. These sophisticated video grading processes restructure a new digital representation achieving a sought-after creative look on a quality reference display.
Low Light/High ISO Ability
A dark and stormy night? With the EOS C300, it's no problem. The combination of sensor and image processor render an extraordinary signal-to-noise ratio and as such make shooting at high ISO (up to ISO 16000) a breeze.
Reduced Rolling Shutter and Moiré Artifacting
The EOS C300 uses enhanced signal processing to minimize rolling shutter skews and to reduce moiré artifacts. A high-speed readout significantly reduces the subjective visibility of the vertical skewing on fast-moving horizontal subjects, a typical pitfall of the CMOS image sensor neutralized by Canon technology.
Canon DIGIC DV III Image Processor
Designed and built by Canon for the highest HD RGB processing, the DIGIC DV III Image Processor uses proprietary circuits and architecture to deliver the highest image quality at the highest speeds, with low power consumption and minimal heat output. It processes the RGB representations originated in the single CMOS sensor of the camera into three channels (Red, Blue and Green) to maintain the rich resolution and clean color fidelity formerly possible only in three-chip sensor designs.
Canon XF Codec
XF Codec Image Quality
To create digital files robust enough for major post-production, the EOS C300 delivers the highest image quality with its XF Codec - the same codec used by other Canon XF - professional camcorders. With 4:2:2 color sampling, image files have double the vertical resolution of color components created with 4:2:0 color sampling, minimizing jagged edges between red and blue and ensuring ample quality for chroma key compositing with green screens. Thanks to the Canon XF Codec and the EOS C300's superior resolution, original color quality and cinematic look will hold up through post-production - with results that meet or exceed the filmmakers expectations.
Fully Compatible with New & Existing EF-mount Lenses
Canon EOS C300 with EF-Lens Mount
To integrate easily into the working style and equipment array of film crews and production houses, the EOS C300 with a Canon EF-lens mount is completely compatible with all of Canon's EF lenses, including compact primes, super telephotos, specialty Tilt-Shift, Macro and Fisheye lenses - over 60 in all.
EF and L-Series Lenses
A unique combination of the world's most advanced optical, microelectronic, and precision manufacturing technologies, the Canon's EF lenses, compatible with the EOS C300, are perfected in Canon's laboratories and proven in the field. Whatever the application, whatever the budget, there are Canon EF lenses perfect for nearly every scenario. Their compatibility not only affords the Cinema EOS access to some of the finest optics on the market, it opens up myriad possibilities with Canon's superlative specialty lenses, including a range of Tilt-Shift lenses, Close-up lenses and even Canon's amazing EF 8-15mm f/4L Fisheye Zoom.
Canon EF Cinema Lenses
Canon EF Cinema lenses are designed and engineered to meet or exceed the exacting standards of working professionals. Every Canon EF Cinema lens is designed to fulfill contemporary 4K production standards, surpassing the performance requirements of any HD imaging system. Zoom lenses feature large aspherical lens elements to achieve sharp, consistent images in every shooting situation. Geared inner focusing minimizes focus-induced changes in the angle of view, rendering focus breathing virtually zero. The 11-blade aperture diaphragms ensure smooth out-of-focus areas and beautiful bokeh - and innovative glass construction counteracts barrel expansion and contraction to avoid temperature-induced marking discrepancies. EF Cinema lenses provide markings on angled surfaces on both sides of the barrel, making it easy to read focus and aperture settings from behind or either side of the camera. Focus markings can be switched from standard labeling to metric. Control rings are designed to maintain the proper amount of resistance with consistent operating torque. EF Cinema lenses share uniform gear position, diameter and rotation angle as well as front lens diameters, enabling the film crew to quickly change to another Canon zoom or prime lens or compatible third-party accessories like matte boxes and rods without adjustments.
Broad Compatibility with EOS Cameras
The versatility of the Canon Cinema EOS approach also makes it compatible with more cinema optics than any other camera system. EF-mount EF Cinema Prime lenses are compatible with Canon EOS DSLRs - including full-frame models like the EOS-1D X and the EOS 5D Mark II as well as cameras like the EOS 7D and EOS 60D and their APS-C sized sensors.
Canon EF Cinema Zoom Lenses
Canon's Cinema EF Zoom lenses offer unrivaled optical performance for demanding high-end productions, available in both EF and PL mount configurations. With fluorite, aspherical lens elements and advanced optical design, these unequalled Cinema EF Zoom lenses are capable of 4K-image reproduction. The wide-angle CN-E14.5-60mm T2.6 L S/SP provides industry-leading breadth of range; the telephoto CN-E30-300mm T2.95-3.7 L S/SP rivals best-in-class zoom magnification and telephoto focal length. Together these lenses cover the range most commonly used in cinema shooting.
Canon EF Cinema Prime Lenses
The brilliant series of Cinema EF Prime lenses offers spectacular 4K-image quality in lightweight, compact designs. Three models for EF mount cameras - CN-E24mm T1.5 L F, CN-E50mm T1.3 L F, and CN-E85mm T1.3 L F - offer consistent form factors and marking optimized for motion picture production. Whether you shoot with a Canon EOS C500 or EOS DSLR, the compact and consistent lens design makes for excellent handling. Audiences will also love the results from the 11-blade aperture diaphragms, fast t-stops and proven Canon lens elements.
Additional lenses are already under development, reflecting Canon's commitment to offer the broadest range of professional cinema lenses to meet filmmaker's needs, now and in the future.
With everything a cinematographer needs, the EOS C300 comes ready to produce. A logical layout of buttons and dials make operation simple. A lock switch turns off all controls except the recording button and function buttons. Small ridges between the buttons help prevent activating functions by mistake. A backlit display panel is great for low-light viewing. A tally lamp is clearly visible from the side or behind the camera.
The EOS C300 body is surprisingly small (5.24" x 7.0" x 6.7") and easily hand-held at just over 3 lbs. There is a bright 1.55 megapixel electronic viewfinder that comes bundled with a removable combination 4-inch, 1.23 megapixel monitor and control panel. The camera also has a removable hand grip with a control dial and function buttons for hand-held shooting in DSLR style - or remove it and use the supplied thumb rest for completely stripped down shooting. The EOS C300 has a manually-operated built-in Neutral Density glass filter offering 1/4, 1/16 and 1/64th steps of filtering. Hand-held or using a tripod, on location or in the studio, even on 3-D rigs, the EOS C300 fits shooting situations that are challenging for larger cameras.
The EOS C300 features a 0.52-inch, 1.55 Megapixel Color EVF and approximately 100% field of view coverage for comfortable viewing and accurate judgment of composition, focus and color. The angle of the viewfinder is adjustable for additional user comfort.
CF Memory Card Recording
For versatility and reliability, the EOS C300's recording and terminal specifications are completely compatible with the prevailing industry standards. It records to CF cards through dual slots. From a cost and reliability standpoint, CF cards have no equal. Solid state, and easy to find, 2 hours of 4:2:2 50 Mbps footage can be recorded on two reusable and hot swappable 32 GB CF cards with ease. It's even possible to record to two CF cards simultaneously and relay-record for uninterrupted shots and copy from one card to another.
Multiple Recording Formats and Advanced Recording
With the realities of production in mind, the EOS C300 can record in a number of different modes, resolutions and frame rates, delivering quality recordings perfect for any application. 24.00p mode matches the exact frame rates of film cameras, so there's no need for time-consuming frame-rate conversion. And the camera can shoot in both PAL and NTSC modes at 50 Mbps (CBR), 35 Mbps (VBR) and 25 Mbps (CBR) with a range of settings for resolution, color, frame rate and recording time. Whether shooting with the expectation of significant editing and post-production, recording for compatibility with HDV editing, or simply creating the longest possible HD image files, the EOS C300 camera will perform flawlessly.
High-Speed, Slow-Motion, Time-Lapse and Stop-Motion
Beyond the advantages of file-based recording, the EOS C300 offers a number of creative possibilities in post-production. By capturing fewer frames per second, the camera can transform normal action into intense high-speed motion up to 60x. By capturing more frames per second, the camera can slow down motion to 1/2.5x at 720p. The EOS C300 can also be programmed to record a set number of frames at defined intervals for amazing time-lapse photography - and a frame-recording feature is perfect for stop-frame animation.
To connect to external monitors, switchers, VTRs and NLE systems with SDI inputs, the EOS C300 features industry-standard HD-SDI Output, Genlock, and Timecode terminals plus audio terminals with Linear PCM recording. Timecode and Genlock enable synchronized multiple camera capture, perfect for multiple camera shots, 3D acquisition and more. The HD-SDI Sync terminal can be switched to output to HD Sync, HD Y, Black Burst, and Composite.
Full Manual Control and Focusing Aids
Providing the cinematographer with everything they need in the palm of their hands, the EOS C300 comes ready to produce. The cameras have a Waveform Monitor (WFM) function that shows the overall brightness of a scene, with RGB Parade Display to view red, green and blue brightness or Spot Display to isolate the luminance distribution of a chosen area. The Vectorscope (VS) display shows real-time hue and saturation levels. For sharp focus, the EOS C300 camera has two peaking modes and a magnified focus assist function. An Edge Monitor Focus Assist provides both a waveform representing the overall degree of focus and a red waveform that represents focus in three specific areas displayed on the camera's 4" LCD monitor. To maintain proper highlight exposure, it offers a zebra bar feature as well. It's all in the camera.
With the November 5th, 2015 firmware update, EF Lens communication has been expanded to allow servo lens control from the from the RC-V100 remote control. An external battery/power source is necessary to drive the lens, as power cannot be supplied by the camera.
WFT Wireless Remote Control over Wi-Fi
Offering a new level of mobility, the Canon Wireless File Transmitter WFT-E6A opens up a world of wireless options to the EOS filmmaker. The EOS C300 camera comes preconfigured so that camera settings can be viewed and controlled on third party devices with web browsers, including computers, smartphones and tablets without the need for additional in-camera software. With the WFT-E6A module the camera can be controlled from up to 150 feet away over an 802.11 a/b/g/n wireless network. The WFT-E6A enables superior camera control: users can start and stop recording; adjust focus, white balance, gain and other parameters; and adjust the aperture of Canon EF lenses. This offers huge potential for specialty applications where cameras must be controlled remotely such as nature documentaries or reality TV. It also enables input marking for metadata; and offers a live view of the composition. It supports incorporating GPS information into the file metadata - useful for general cinematic applications, and essential for expedition filmmakers. A basic window mode even enables use with the Apple iPhone®, iPod touch® and iPad®, as well as with handheld devices operating the Android™ operating system.
3840 x 2460 pixels; Approx. 8.29 megapixels
4206 × 2340; Approx. 9.84 megapixels
CMOS sensor (single-panel) equivalent to Super 35 mm
Super 35; 24.6 x 13.8 (28.2 mm diagonal); 6.4 µm cell pitch
Number of Sensors
RGB Primary Color Filter (Bayer Array)
Digic DV III
Interchangeable Lens System
Canon EF Mount
[Canon EF lens group supported, including EF-S lens)
Mechanical ND filter system with option of clear, 1/64. 1/16, and 1,4
Iris Dial located on camera body for use with EOS EF Lenses with electronic Iris control
Peripheral Illumination Correction
Available on EF Mount model only
(1) Manual exposure based on shutter setting
(2) Push auto iris control / Auto iris control(metering system selection/ AE shift possible)
Normal -6 dB to 42 dB
Fine setting 0 dB to 24 dB in 0.5 dB increments
320 to 80,000
1-stop setting or 1/3-stop setting
3 Modes: OFF; Speed; Angle; Slow Shutter; Clear Scan
Shutter Speed Range
59.94i/59.94p: 1/60 to 1/2000 in 1/4 or 1/3 stops; SLS: 1/4, 1/8, 1/15, 1/30; CS: 59.94 Hz -250.70 Hz
29.97p: 1/30 to 1/2000 in 1/4 or 1/3 stops; SLS: 1/4, 1/8, 1/15; CS: 29.97 Hz - 250.70 Hz
23.98p/24p: 1/24 to 1/2000 in 1/4or 1/3 stops; SLS: 1/3, 1/6, 1/12; CS: 23.97 Hz - 250.70 Hz
50i/50p: 1/50 to 1/2000 in 1/4 or 1/3 stops; SLS: 1/3, 1/6, 1/12 1/25; CS: 50.00 Hz - 250.70 Hz
25p: 1/25 to 1/2000 in 1/4 or 1/3 stops; SLS: 1/3, 1/6, 1/12; CS: 25.00 Hz - 250.70 Hz
Shutter Angle Settings
59.94i/59.94p: 360, 240, 216, 180, 120, 90, 60, 45, 30, 22.5, 15, 11.25
29.97p: 360, 240, 216, 180, 120, 108, 90, 60, 45, 30, 22.5, 15, 11.25
23.98p/24p: 360, 345.6, 288, 240, 180, 172.8, 144, 120, 90, 86.4, 72, 60, 45, 30, 22.5, 15, 11.25
50i/50p: 360, 300, 240, 180, 150, 120, 90, 60, 45, 30, 22.50, 15, 11.25
25p: 360, 300, 240, 180, 150, 120, 90, 75, 60, 45, 30, 22.50, 15, 11.25
Iris (Aperture) Range
EF Lens only and lens dependent
Manual Focus/One-Shot AF/ Continuous AF
(AF is dependent on interchangeable lens)
NTSC and PAL
8 Bit MPEG-2 Long GOP
Maximum Bit rate
CF Card (Type 1 Only); 2 Slots (Movie Files); UDMA supported
SD Card (Still Images (JPEG), Custom Picture Data*, Clip Metadata, and menu settings); SD/SDHC/SDXC Supported; MMC Cards are not supported
*Custom Picture Data and settings is not compatible with data from others Canon models
Maximum Clip Number
999 (per media)
Linear PCM; 2-Channel; 16-Bit; 48 kHz
External Audio Inputs
2 - XLR inputs (Auto and Manual level settings)
External microphone terminal: (3.5 mm diameter)
Recording Channel Selection
This is used to set the allocation of the audio channels:
CH1/CH2: The CH1 signals are allocated to the L output channel, and the CH2 signals are allocated to the R output channel.
CH1/CH1: The CH1 signals are allocated to the L output channel, and the CH1 signals are allocated to the R output channel.
CH2/CH2: The CH2 signals are allocated to the L output channel, and the CH2 signals are allocated to the R output channel.
ALL CH/ALL CH: Signals obtained by mixing the CH1 and CH2 signals are allocated to the L and R output channels.
XLR Mic Trimming
Available; -12dB, -6 dB, 0dB or +12 dB
Recording Level Adjustment Range
- Infinity to +18dB
16 Settings; Volume is muted at lowest setting
Available; -12, -18, or -20 dB
Index Displays: Index Display, Normal, “OK Mark” Index, Check Mark Index, “Shot Mark” Index, Expand Index, Photo Index
Clip Playback: Forward Search (x5, x15, x60), Reverse Search (x5, x15, x60), Forward frame Advance, Reverse Frame Advance, Record Review, Clip Jump (Forward and Backward), Skip Playback
Playback Functions: Inter-media Copy (Single Clip, All Clips, Last Clip); Clip Delete (Single Clip, All Clips, Last Clip)
Still Image Playback: index, single playback, erasure, protect
Special Recording Functions
Relay Recording*; Double-Slot Recording**; Copying between Media
* Not available during Slow Motion 50 Mbps recording
** Not available in combination with Slow and fast motion recording
Photo Recording Mode
Available; Images captured to SD Card
Available; 2 Modes (Standard and RGB Component)
Peaking (2 types), Zebra Pattern*, Magnify, Edge Monitor Focus Assist, Black and White Mode
*Can be output via the SDI or HDMI Jack (HD Only)
Available; ability to set time interval and number of frames to record
Interval can be set in 25 levels ranging from 1 second to 10 minutes.
NTSC 59.94i/29.97p/23.98p/24.00p: Selectable between 1, 3, 6, 9 frames
NTSC 59.94p: Selectable between 2, 6, 12 frames
PAL 50i/25p/50p: Selectable between 2, 6, 12 frames
Available; Records a set number of frames each time the record button is pressed
NTSC 59.94i/23.98p/24.00p: Selectable between 1, 3, 6, 9 frames
NTSC 59.94p: Selectable between 2, 6, 12 frames
PAL 50i/25p/50p: Selectable between 2, 6, 12 frames
Yes, 3 seconds cache (Audio and Video)
When using a Depth of Field Converter or other lens adapters it flips or reverses the image automatically so it is recorded correctly.
*Drop Frame (DF) and Non-Drop Frame (NDF)
*Drop frame works with NTSC models only and is not available in 24P
Time Code Modes
Regeneration, Record Run, Free Run and External Source
Drop Frame and Non Drop Frame available
Kelvin Setting 2,000K to 15,000K in 100K increments
White Balance Presets
Daylight (5,400K); Tungsten (3,200K); Kelvin
White balance shift is available within Presets (-9 to +9)
Custom Picture Settings
23 Custom Picture settings
A total of nine 9 Customized Pictures are available in the camera and up to 20 can be saved to an SD card
Custom pictures can be adjusted using the following settings and saved for later recall:
Gamma, Black, Black Gamma, Low Key Saturation, Knee, Sharpness, Noise Reduction, Skin Detail, Selective Noise Reduction, Color Matrix, White Balance, Color Correction, Setup Level
Custom Pictures CP8 and CP9 ship with the following presets:
C8: Cinema - Suited for giving recorded media a film tone.
C9: EOS Standard - Used to match the quality of DSLR video shot in EOS standard mode
Available, 9 total functions
Yes; LCD panel and EVF information display can be customized
Total of 27 display and icons that can be turned on and off
15; Can be assigned functions as desired (30 functions Available)
Color bars compliant with SMPTE, EBU, or ARIB standards can be selected.
Minimum Subject Illumination
59.94 Hz Mode: 0.3 Lux
(f/1.2, 24 dB, 29.97p, 1/30 sec.)
50.00 Hz Mode: 0.25 Lux
(f/1.2, 24 dB, 25p, 1/25 sec.)
F9 (ISO 640 (0db) 2000 lux, 89.9% Reflection, in 1080/59.94i mode)
F10 (ISO 640 (0db) 2000 lux, 89.9% Reflection, in 1080/50.00i mode)
ISO 850, Using Canon Log Gamma)
54B (Typical, 1920x1080
During Normal Shooting: 300%
*With Canon Log Gamma: 800%
*ISO 850 or above - gain 2.5dB or above
0.52-inch Color (1,555,000 dots)
Viewing Angle Adjustment
Available; Viewing Angle can be adjusted up and down 60°
Diopter Adjustment Range
+2.0 to -5.5
Brightness, Contrast, Color, and Backlight (Normal or Bright)
Rotating 4 inch Wide Screen Color LCD Display (1,230,000 dots) on detachable controller
Brightness, Contrast, Color, Sharpness, and Backlight (Normal or Bright)
Yes (with embedded audio);
HD 4:2:2(YCbCr) 1920x1080: 60i/50i, 1280x720: 60p/50p; SD 4:2:2 (YCbCr) 640x480: 60i/50i
BNC Connector, output only
NTSC 480i/PAL 576i: Compliant with SMPTE 259M
Embedded Audio: Compliant with SMPTE 272M
Time Code Standard: (VITC/LTC) SMPTE 12M
HD-SDI: (Compliant with SMPTE 292M)
1080i/720p: Compliant with SMPTE 292M
Embedded Audio: Compliant with SMPTE 299M
Time Code Standard: (VITC/LTC) SMPTE 12M
Time code In/Out
Yes; BNC Connector (Input and Output)
Yes; BNC Connector (Input Only)
Adjustment range: -1023 to +1023
Yes, BNC Connector
(1) HD tri-level signal (HD Sync) The HD standard analog component Y signal with the black muted is output.
(2) HD-Y signals (HD-Y) Only the HD standard analog component Y signal is output.
(3) Black burst signal The SD standard analog composite signal with the black muted is output.
(4) Composite; The SD standard analog composite signals are output.
Yes (Type A)
Audio Input Terminal
2 - Balanced 3-pin XLR (Mic Level, Mic Level with phantom power and Line Level)
Available; 3.5mm stereo mini-jack
Available (Fully LANC Compatible)
DC in on camera (no need for Dummy Battery)
Compact Power Adapter
Tripod Adapter Base
Zoom Remote Controller
Canon ZR 2000
C300 (Body plus Thumb Rest):
Approx. 5.2 x 7.0 x 6.7 in (133 x 179 x 171 mm)
C300 (Body plus Grip):
Approx. 6.9 x 7.0 x 6.7 in (174 x 179 x 171 mm)
The following is the same for both models:
C300 + Monitor Unit: Approx. 7.3 x 9.8 x 7.4 in (185 x 249 x187 mm)
C300 + Handle Unit + Monitor Unit: Approx. 7.3 x 11.2 x 11.9 in ( 185 x 284 x 301 mm)
Main Unit Weight
C300 Body: Approx. 3.2 lb. (1430 g)
C300 PL Body: Approx. 3.6 lb. (1630 g)
Grip: Approx. 8.1 oz. (230 g)
Handle Unit: Approx. 6.3 oz. (180 g)
Total Equipped Weight
C300: Approx. 5.6 lb. (2520 g)*
C300: Approx. 6.0 lb. (2700 g)**
* Weights for both models include the grip, monitor unit, BP-955, 2x CF cards.
** Weights for both models include the grip, monitor unit, Handel Unit, BP-955, 2x CF cards.
Temperature and Humidity
Performance requirements: 0°C to 40°C, 85% (relative humidity)
Operating requirements: -5°C to 45°C, 60% (relative humidity)
English, Japanese, Chinese, German, Spanish, French, Italian, Polish, Russian
Time and Date
Automatic Calendar range January 1st, 2010 through December 31, 2031 selectable in American, Japanese and European Date formats.
World Clock support - UTC time setting: Setting range from +14:00 to - 12:00
Compatible Supplies & Accessories
Canon offers a wide range of compatible supplies and accessories that can enhance your user experience with you EOS C300 that you can purchase direct. Scroll down to easily select items to add to your shopping cart for a faster, easier checkout. Visit the Canon Online Store
Battery Pack 955
Battery Pack 975
CA-930 Power Adapter
CA-940 Compact Power Adapter
Power supply: 100-240 V AC, 50/60 Hz, Rated Output/Consumption 8.4 V DC, 4.8 A / 83 VA (100V) - 107 VA (240 V),Operation Temperature: 0 - 40 ?C (32 - 104 ?F),Dimensions (W x D x H): Approx. 103 x 51 x 139 mm (4.1 x 2.0 x 5.5 in.),Weight: 395 g (13.9 oz.)
Remote Controller RC-V100
The RC-V100 Remote Controller provides full access to all important user functions, in addition to basic controls. Learn More
Tripod Adapter Base
Tripod Adapter TA-100
TA-100 Tripod Adapter allows you to quickly mount/dismount the XL2 on or from a tripod.
Wireless File Transmitter WFT-E6A
New Wireless LAN support for IEEE 802.11n communication in addition to existing IEEE 802.11a/b/g for the EOS-1D X Internal Bluetooth Function for secure communication with Bluetooth compatible equipment Stable design ensures sending errors can be sent automatically Enhanced camera clock synchronization across multiple cameras
Item Code: 0044C002
This package includes the EOS C300 with the Dual Pixel CMOS AF Feature Upgrade.
Item Code: 0044C006
This package includes the EOS C300 with the Dual Pixel CMOS AF Feature Upgrade and the EF 24-70mm f/2.8L IS USM lens.
Item Code: 0044C008
This package includes the EOS C300 with the Dual Pixel CMOS AF Feature Upgrade and the Zacuto Shoulder Mount Kit, which includes the Z-Finder Recoil, Helmet Coldshoe Handle, VCT Universal Baseplate with 15mm rods and Grip Relocator.
NAB NY 2016
Shutter Angle Priority
A constant shutter angle can now be maintained, regardless of any other camera settings being changed.
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.
Dual Pixel CMOS AF Function
The EOS C300 DAF version of the camera can now take advantage of the Dual Pixel CMOS AF technology when used with the CINE-SERVO 17-120mm (EF-mount) and COMPACT SERVO 18-80mmm lenses.
Grip Zoom Function
The zoom functions of the CINE-SERVO 17-120mm (EF-mount), CINE-SERVO 50-1000 (EF-mount) and the COMPACT-SERVO 18-80mm lenses can now be controlled directly from the camera’s grip unit.
Auto Iris and Push Iris Support
The Auto Iris and Push Iris functions will now work when the camera is used with the CINE-SERVO 50-1000mm, CINE-SERVO 17-120mm (EF) and COMPACT SERVO 18-80mm lenses. The Auto Iris feature allows the camera to automatically adjust to maintain proper exposure. The Push Iris feature allows the camera operator to temporarily take control and adjust the aperture (f/stop) for an optimal exposure.
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.
The versatile RC-V100 Remote Controller for EOS C-Series Digital Cinema cameras and the XF305/300/205/200 Professional Camcorders provide full access to all important user functions.
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