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EOS C70

Cinema EOS

Item Code: 4507C002AA

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Features

Canon Super 35mm Dual Gain Output (DGO) Sensor, 16+ stops of Total Dynamic Range

The EOS C70 features Canon's next generation Super 35mm Dual Gain Output (DGO) Sensor. This new sensor is capable of a total dynamic range in excess of 16 stops and includes Canon’s exclusive Dual Pixel CMOS Autofocus technology.

The DGO Sensor is a newly developed imaging system that generates high dynamic range and maintains low noise levels by reading out each photodiode with two different gains. It combines the two with a saturation prioritizing gain for bright areas, and a lower noise prioritizing gain for darker areas.

DIG!C DV7 Image Processor

The EOS C70 features Canon's DIG!C DV7 image processor that takes the extensive RAW information captured from the imaging sensor and processes it for output. DiG!C is also the engine behind features such as high frame rate recording, Dual Gain Output (DGO) Sensor, Dual Pixel Autofocus, HDR (PQ) output, Electronic Image Stabilization, and proxy recording.

Canon Log 2 and 3, PQ, and HLG Recording

The EOS C70 supports both Canon Log 2 and Canon Log 3 Gamma. In post-production, Canon Log is designed to reproduce the entire tonal range that the CMOS image sensor is capable of. Log workflows provide the user with higher dynamic range, more highlight and shadow retention, and more flexibility in color grading.

Canon Log 2 provides the largest dynamic range and image detail. However, while Canon Log 2 provides the most post-production flexibility and full dynamic range of the sensor, it typically requires more time in post and color correction.

For users looking for most of the benefits of a log workflow, but with shorter turnaround times, Canon Log 3 provides an alternative with only a slightly reduced dynamic range of 14 stops.

The EOS C70 also features HLG and PQ compliance with ITU-BT.2100 in Custom Picture (CP) presets, allowing users to record HDR footage instantly without grading.

RF Mount

The EOS C70 is the first Cinema EOS camera engineered with a built-in RF mount making it compatible with Canon’s expanding line of high-performance RF lenses. The short flange distance helps to dramatically reduce body depth, resulting in a more compact design.

EF Lens Compatibility with Mount Adapter EF-EOS R 0.71x

In addition to RF lenses, the EOS C70 offers tremendous flexibility by also being compatible with Canon's broad line of award-winning EF lenses thanks to the new EF - RF optical adapter, Mount Adapter EF-EOS R 0.71x. This adapter converts light transmission from full-frame to Super 35mm image format. It extends the angle of view and optical sensitivity, while seamlessly integrating with the camera’s optical corrections.

The adaptor connects to the camera’s RF mount with additional support from two flanges that securely attach via four screws, making for a very robust connection. Once mounted, the adapter maintains a similar full-frame angle of view on the Super 35mm sensor, while boosting the speed of the attached lens by an average of 1-stop. The adapter also carries all EF information through to the RF contacts, so on certain lenses*, full DPAF, aberration and vignetting correction, and metadata will be available, working just as they do on a native EF mount.

Other adapters that are compatible with EOS C70, include:

• Canon Mount Adapter, EF-EOS R

• Canon Control Ring Mount Adapter, EF-EOS R

• Canon Drop-In Filter Mount Adapter, EF-EOS R with Circular Polarizer Filter

• Canon Drop-In Filter Mount Adapter EF-EOS R with Variable ND Filter

*As of September 25, 2020, the following lenses are compatible: the EF16-35mm f/2.8L III USM (released in October 2016), the EF24-70mm f/2.8L II USM (released in September 2012), the EF24-105mm f/4L IS II USM (released in November 2016). Canon plans to gradually expand the list of compatible lenses by providing free-of-charge firmware updates. EF lenses are still compatible with the camera, but Canon recommends that firmware updates be installed in order to effectively utilize functions which link the camera and lens.

Direct Touch Control

The EOS C70 is equipped with Direct Touch Control which allows easy access to commonly used menu settings on the fully-rotatable LCD screen. Users will be able to simply touch the screen to start/stop recording, access file format and resolution, set ISO/Gain, color temperature and iris, and display important settings. Shooting settings that were once in various places of the menu can now be accessed with one hand, allowing for on-the-spot changes while holding the camera.

9x16 Vertical Shooting

The EOS C70 supports vertical shooting, which is crucial for creators looking to capture content for smart devices and digital signage. The user interface can be switched to support vertical shooting with the same feel as horizontal shooting. A 1/4/20 tripod hole is built into the side of the camera grip, allowing users to easily attach a tripod without special accessories.

New Compact, Uni-Body Design

The EOS C70 features a new uni-body design that exhibits a compact form factor and an ergonomic built-in grip making handheld shooting easy and comfortable.

Built-in Mini-XLRS

The EOS C70 is equipped with two mini-XLR audio input terminals for professional audio recording. Additionally, manual audio control dials let users intuitively and quickly adjust the audio control.

Built-in Neutral Density Filter System

The newly-developed thin, motorized ND filter unit has been specifically designed for the RF mount's short flange back. It offers up to 10 stops of ND, allowing users to shoot in various lighting conditions.

Time Code Terminal

The EOS C70 includes a time code input/output terminal in the lower front of the body that makes synchronizing easier in multi-camera productions.

Dual Pixel CMOS AF, EOS iTR AF X, Dual Pixel Focus Guide

Canon's Dual Pixel CMOS AF technology uses every pixel on the imaging sensor to detect focus and to capture actual image information, offering users high precision focusing and exceptional image quality.

The EOS C70 is the first Cinema EOS camera to feature EOS iTR AF X, which includes a head detection algorithm developed with deep learning technology. In Face Detection mode, the AF works with this advanced algorithm to dramatically improve distance measuring and tracking reliability.

The EOS C70 also features Dual Pixel Focus Guide, which is an innovative UI that gives users both front- and back-focus information telling users if the focus position is in the back or the front, aiding in smooth pulls during manual focus.

Electronic Image Stabilization with Coordinated Control

For the first time in a Cinema EOS camera, enhanced image stabilization is available with coordinated control. With an RF lens and the electronic IS in the EOS C70 , coordinated control optimizes hand-shake correction, resulting in better anti-vibration performance than the conventional EF lens and electronic IS together.

In addition, the EOS C70 adds Super 16 Digital IS, which stabilizes the 2K images by using the peripheral area around the center of the 4K sensor, to provide high performance stabilization.

Auto ISO/Gain Control

The EOS C70 is the first Cinema EOS camera to feature Auto ISO and Gain Control. EOS C70 can automatically adjust sensitivity by utilizing the DGO sensor characteristics to switch gain smoothly, helping users concentrate on framing without worrying about aperture and other camera settings when moving from indoor to outdoor locations with significant changes in lighting.

RC-V100 Remote Control Support

The EOS C70 features a remote terminal that allows users to control the camera with Canon's RC-V100. The multi-functional RC-V100 remote controller provides full access to all important functions, including start/stop, shutter/gain adjustments, zoom/focus/iris parameters, custom picture values, white balance, black gamma, and more.

Dual SD Card Slots with Various Recording Options

The EOS C70 has dual SD card slots for simultaneous recording in different formats, including 4K/HD and XF-AVC/MP4.

High Frame Rate; 4K 120P and 2K CROP 180P

The EOS C70 is capable of ultra-high frame rates with its new chip design and powerful DiG!C DV7 processor. Frame rates up to 120 fps can be obtained in 4K, while 2K CROP mode provides even greater flexibility with speeds up to 180 fps. The EOS C70 supports Dual Pixel CMOS AF, even when shooting at high frame rates, keeping the camera in focus even when mounted on gimbals or drones.

*V90 SD cards are recommended for Slow & Fast motion recording.

Look File for Recording (User LUT)

The EOS C70 has a new option called Look File to import '.Cube' type 3D LUTs for use while recording. This function greatly improves the flexibility of EOS C70 in professional workflows.

Long GOP Supported in 4K/2K

The EOS C70 supports Long GOP with high compression for longer recording times up to 4K 60P. This inter-frame compression method detects differences between frames by referring to preceding and subsequent frames.

Cinema RAW Light Internal Recording (Available Via Free Firmware Upgrade)

The addition of Cinema RAW Light internal recording to the EOS C70 camera further enhances the recording capabilities of what's already a powerful digital imaging machine. This compact cinema camera can now capture 12-bit Cinema RAW Light internally to compatible SD cards. Cinema RAW Light captures the widest dynamic range from the Dual Gain Output sensor (16+ stops total) and allows the most flexibility to grade captured content. Three quality settings of Cinema RAW Light will make their way into the EOS C70 via the firmware update. The settings are: RAW HQ (high quality), RAW ST (standard quality), and RAW LT (light recording). All three modes are 12-bit regardless of frame rate. Lastly, Cinema RAW Light is compatible with Proxy and Double-Slot recording.

https://www.usa.canon.com/internet/portal/us/home/support/details/cameras/cinema-eos/eos-c70?subtab=downloads-firmware

Frame and Interval Recording Modes (Available Via Free Firmware Upgrade)

The addition of Frame and Interval Recording modes is a direct result of user feedback, and adds even more recording flexibility to the EOS C70 camera by allowing easy creation of stop motion and time-lapse sequences when recording in the XF-AVC and MP4 formats. Frame recording is for stop motion capture, and every press of the record button captures a user-determined number of frames. Interval Recording sets the interval and number of frames to be captured for time-lapse sequences. Both recording modes help operators further tell their story in a more creative and inspiring form and are easy to use.

https://www.usa.canon.com/internet/portal/us/home/support/details/cameras/cinema-eos/eos-c70?subtab=downloads-firmware

Specifications

Effective Pixels

4096x2160: when 4096 x 2160 or 2048 x 1080 is selected as the resolution (Approx. 8.85 megapixels)
3840 x 2160: when 3840 x 2160 or 1920 x 1080 is selected as the resolution (Approx. 8.29 megapixels)

Total Pixels


4206 x 2280; Approx. 9.6 megapixels

Sensor Type


CMOS

Sensor Size

Super 35mm
4K: 26.2 x 13.8 (29.6 mm diagonal)
UHD: 4K: 24.6 x 13.8 (28.2 mm diagonal)

Sensor Modes

Super 35mm, Super 16mm(cropped)

Pixel Pitch


6.4 µm

Scanning System


Progressive

Number of Sensors


1

Filter


RGB Primary Color Filter (Bayer Array)

Imaging Processor


DiG!C DV 7

Lens Mount


Default Mount: RF Mount

Zoom/Focus Preset


Not Available

Shockless Zoom


Not Available

Digital Teleconverter


Not Available

ND Filter


Mechanical ND filter system with option of clear, 2, 4, and 6 stops; 8 and 10 stops in extended mode

Peripheral Illumination Correction


Available

Chromatic aberration Correction


Available

Distortion Correction


Available (RF Lenses only)

Difraction Correction


Available

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
(3) Auto ISO mode

Metering Modes


Standard, Spotlight and Backlight

Gain


Normal Setting -6dB to 54dB
Fine Setting -2dB to 54dB in 0.5 dB increments

ISO


100 to 102,400

Auto Gain Control (AGC)


Not Available

Shockless Gain


Not Available

Exposure Compensation/AE Shift


–2.0 to +2.0 in 0.25 point intervals

Shutter Modes


3 Modes: OFF; Speed; Angle; Slow Shutter; Clear Scan
Speed Mode is selected in 1/3 or 1/4 stop increments

Shutter Speed Range


59.94Hz/24.00Hz: 1/12 to 1/2000
50.00Hz: 1/15 to 1/2000

Shutter Angle Settings


59.94Hz/50.00Hz/24.00Hz: 360, 240, 180, 120, 90, 60, 45, 30, 22.5, 15, 11.25

Iris Settings (EF)


Can be set to 1/2 stop, 1/3 stop or Fine.
(1) Push auto iris control
(2) Auto iris control (Compatible lens required)

Focus Control


Dual Pixel CMOS AF with EOSxITR

Focus Modes


Manual focus, Continuous AF, One-Shot AF, AF-Boosted MF, Face Detection AF
Only lenses that support AF functions can be used in AF modes

System Frequency


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

Resolution


Mode Resolution Frame Rates
XF-AVC 4096x2160/
3840x2160
59.94p / 29.97p /
23.98p / 50.00p /
25.00p / 24.00p

2048x1080/
1920x1080
59.94p / 29.97p /
23.98p / 50.00p /
25.00p / 24.00p

 1280x720  59.94p/50p
MP4 4096x2160 / 3840x2160 59.94p / 29.97p / 23.98p /
50.00p / 25.00p / 24.00p
2048x1080 / 1920x1080 59.94p / 29.97p / 23.98p /
50.00p / 25.00p / 24.00p/ 59.94i / 50i
1280x720 59.94p / 50p

Color Gamuts*


Cinema Gamut, BT.709, BT.2020

Gamma Curves*


BT.709, Wide DR, Canon Log 2, Canon Log 3, PQ, HLG


*Enabled for recording (including proxy) and output from each terminal

Video Compression Formats


XF-AVC: MPEG-4 AVC/H.264 (10bit, 8bit (proxy))
MP4(HEVC): H.265/HEVC (10bit)
MP4(H.264) : MPEG-4 AVC/H.264 (8-bit)

Audio Recording System


XF-AVC: Linear PCM (24bit, 48kHz) 4-channel recording
MP4 (1) : MPEG-2 AAC LC (16-bit, 48 kHz, 2-channel)
MP4 (2) : Linear PCM (16-bit, 48 kHz, 4-channel)

SD Cards Approved by Canon Inc.


Model Manufacturer Capacity (GB) Speed Class
RP-SDZA64GAK Panasonic 64 C10/U3/V90
RP-SDZA128AK Panasonic 128 C10/U3/V90
PGSD128GBCKNA ProGrade 128 C10/U3/V90
AVP128SDMK2V90 Angelbird 128 C10/U3/V90
AVP256SDMK2V90 Angelbird 256 C10/U3/V90

Recording Time


  XF-AVC Intraframe
SD Card 410 Mbps 310 Mbps 160 Mbps
64 GB 19 Minutes 25 Minutes 50 Minutes
  XF-AVC Long GOP
SD Card 260 Mbps 160 Mbps 50 Mbps
64 GB 30 Minutes 50 Minutes 160 Minutes
  XF-AVC Long GOP
SD Card 35 Mbps 24 Mbps 17 Mbps
64 GB 229 Minutes 334 Minutes 472 Minutes

 

SD
Card

H.265 MP4

 

64
GB

225 Mbps

170 Mbps

135 Mbps

100 Mbps

35 minutes

47 minutes

59 minutes

80 minutes

50 Mbps

35 Mbps

12 Mbps

9 Mbps

160 minutes

229 minutes

668 minutes

891 minutes

SD
CARD

H.264 MP4

64
GB

150 Mbps

35 Mbps

8 Mbps

 

53 minutes

229 minutes

1003 minutes

 

File Format

SD Card x 2 slots
(Still Images (JPEG), Custom Picture Data, Clip Metadata, and menu settings); SD/SDHC/SDXC Supported

File Format

XF-AVC: MXF (OP-1a)
MPEG4: MP4
HEVC: MP4

File System


SDHC card: (up to 32 GB): FAT32
SDXC card (more than 32 GB): exFAT
File division unit: 4 GB for FAT32, none for exFAT

Maximum Clip Number


999 (per media)

Recording Format


Linear PCM; 4-Channel; 24-Bit; 48 kHz

Built-in Microphone


Stereo/Monaural

External Audio Inputs


2 – Mini-XLR inputs (Auto and Manual level settings)
External microphone terminal: (3.5 mm diameter)

Recording Chanel Selection


Up to 4 channel audio recording is supported.

XLR Mic Trimming


Available; -12dB, -6 dB, 0dB or +12 dB

Limiter


Available

Recording Level Adjustment Range


- Infinity to +18dB

Phantom Power


Available; +48V

Headphone Adjustment


16 Settings; Volume is muted at lowest setting

Built-in Speaker


Available; Volume Adjustable

1KHz Tone


Available (off, -12, -18, or -20 dB)

Playback


Clip Display: 3x4 Index Display.
Clip Playback: Forward Search (x5, x15, x60), Reverse Search (x5, x15, x60), Forward frame Advance, Reverse Frame Advance, Record Review, Skip to next clip, skip to previous clip
Clip information Display: Clip Metadata display, custom picture settings
Playback Functions: Clip Delete
Photo Playback: index, single playback, delete, protect

Slow and Fast Motion Recording


Available; Records at a different frame rate then the playback rate allowing for fast and slow motion effects:
Sensor Mode Recording Mode Available Frame Rates
Super35 XF-AVC
 23.98P/24P: 12-120
 29.97P: 15-120
 25P/50P: 15-120
 59.94P: 15-120
Super16(Crop) XF-AVC
 23.98P/24P: 12-180
 29.97P: 15-180
 25P/50P: 15-180
 59.94P: 15-180
Super35 MP4
 23.98P/24P: 12-120
 29.97P/24P: 15-120
 25P/50P: 15-120
 59.94P: 15-120
Super16(Crop) MP4
 23.98P/24P: 12-120
 29.97P: 15-180
 25P/50P: 15-180
 59.94P: 15-180

Special Recording Functions


Relay Recording*; Double-Slot Recording**
* Not available during Slow Motion recording
** Not available in combination with slow and fast motion recording or relay recording

Photo Recording Mode


Available; Images captured to SD Card

Waveform Monitor


Available (HDR Compatible);
(a) Line display
(b) Line + spot: Line display over a red waveform in a red frame.
(c) Line select display
(d) RGB (parade)
(e) YPrPb (parade)

Output gain can be selected as either 1x or 2x. With gain set to 2x, the vertical axis (Y-position) offset value can be chosen.

When gamma is set to PQ, a PQ index (nits index) can be displayed. When gamma is set to HLG, an HLG index (0.0–1.0 relative index) can be displayed.

Vectorscope


Available

False Color


Available

Exposure / Focus Aids


Peaking (2 types), Zebra Pattern, Magnify, Black and White Mode, Focus Guide

Frame Record


Not Available

Pre-Record


Yes, 3 seconds cache (Audio and Video)

Time code


Drop Frame (DF) and Non-Drop Frame (NDF)

Time Code Modes


Regeneration, Record Run, Free Run and External Source

Auto White Balance (AWB)


Available

White Balance


Kelvin Setting:
2,000K to 15,000K in 100K increment
-20CC to +20CC in 1 CC increments

White Balance Presets


Daylight (5,600K); Tungsten (3,200K), Custom A, Custom B

Auto Black Balance

Available

Custom Picture Settings


20 Custom Picture settings
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 can be saved to an SD card for later use or transferring between cameras

Custom Display


Yes; LCD panel and EVF information display can be customized

On Screen Markers


Available marker options include center, horizontal, grid, aspect, safety zone, and user marker.
With user markers, user can set their preferred size and position.
Markers can be displayed in yellow, blue, green, red, black, gray, or white.

Assign Buttons


13 total assignable buttons on body

Color Bars


Color bars compliant with SMPTE, EBU, or ARIB standards can be selected depending on system frequency selected

Sensitivity


59.94 Hz: f/10 (2048x1080/59.94P) or f/14 (1920x1080/29.97P)
50.00 Hz: f/11 (2048x1080/50.00P) or f/16 (1920x1080/25.00P)
All values for ISO 800, 2000 lux, and reflectance rate of 89.9%

Dynamic Range


Canon Log 2: 1600% / 16+ stops (ISO 800)
Canon Log 3: 1600% / 14 stops (ISO 800)

Type


3.5-inch (8.8 cm diagonal) color wide-screen LCD
Approx. 2,760,000 dots (1280 x RGB x 720),

Aspect Ratio


16:9

Field of View Coverage


100%

Display Adjustments


Brightness, Contrast, Color, Sharpness, and Luminance

Time code In/Out


Yes; BNC Connector (Input and Output)

HDMI


Yes (Type A)
[4096x2160/3840x2160]/1920x1080/1280x720

Audio Input Terminal


2 – Balanced 3-pin XLR (Mic Level, Mic Level with phantom power and Line Level)
3.5mm Microphone terminal

Headphone Jack


Available; 3.5mm stereo mini-jack

Remote Terminals


Remote A (Standard – LANC Compatible or RC-V100)
Remote Control through WiFi/LAN Adapter

USB


Available

CCU


Remote Controller RC-V100 (Optional)

Supply


14.4V DC (Battery Pack)

Power Terminal


14.4 V DC (battery pack), 24.0 V DC (DC IN)

Battery


BP-A Series (BP-A30, BP-A60)

Compact Power Adapter


CA-CP200L (for Camera and Battery charger CG-A20)

GPS Receiver


GP-E2 with Interface cable IFC-40AB III / IFC-150AB III) Via USB-C

Wi-Fi Adapter / Ethernet Adapter


Type Brand Model Notes
Wi-Fi ASUS USB-AC68 Requires USB to USB-C adapter
ASUS USB-AC56 Requires USB to USB-C adapter
TP-LINK Archer T9UH Requires USB to USB-C adapter
Edimax EW-7822UAC Requires USB to USB-C adapter
  I-O DATA WN-AC867U DWA-182(C1)*
*Not compatible with DWA-182(D1)
 
Ethernet StarTech US1GC30W  
TP-Link UE300 Requires USB to USB-C adapter

Adapter


Canon Mount Adapter EF-EOS R 0.71x
Canon Mount Adapter EF-EOS R
Canon Control Ring Mount Adapter EF-EOS R
Canon Drop-In Filter Mont Adapter EF-EOS R with Circular Polarizer Filter
Canon Drop-In Filter Mont Adapter EF-EOS R with Variable ND Filter

Dimensions


(Width x height x depth, excluding cable and grip belt)
Body Only: Approx. 130.2 x 160 x 115.9 mm

Weight


RF Camera body: Approx. 1.17 Kg (2.6 lbs)
Battery Pack BP-A30: Approx. 225 g (7.9 oz.)
Compact Power Adapter CA-CP200L: Approx. 290 g (10.2 oz.) *Not including AC cable
Battery Charger CG-A20: Approx. 145 g (5.10 oz.)
Mic holder unit: Approx. 56 g ( 2.0 oz.)
Body cap: Approx. 17 g (0.60 oz.)

Temperature and Humidity


Performance requirements: 0ºC to 40ºC, 85% (relative humidity)
Operating requirements: -5ºC to 45ºC, 60% (relative humidity)

Language Support


English, Japanese, Chinese, German, Spanish, French, Italian, Korean, Russian

Time and Date


Automatic Calendar range January 1st, 2020 through December 31, 2050

World Clock


World Clock support – UTC time setting: Setting range from +14:00 to -12:00

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EOS C70

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  • Handle Unit
  • SS-1200 Shoulder Strap
  • Battery Charger CG-A20
  • Compact Power Adapter CA-CP200 L
  • AC Power Cable
  • Canon BP-A30 Battery Pack
  • Microphone Holder Unit
  • Show Adapter Base/Knob/Screw (M4)
  • Measure Hook
  • Body Cap

Compatible Supplies & Accessories

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Videos

 

Canon EOS C70 Firmware Update 1.0.3.1

 
The new firmware update for the EOS C70 4K Digital Cinema Camera implements sought after features such as Cinema RAW Light internal recording as well as Frame and Interval recording modes. The added features allow the EOS C70 to be better paired with the EOS C500 Mark II and EOS C300 Mark III workflows, and come as a direct result of end-user feedback from professionals.
 

Eye of the Storm created by Canon Ambassador Sam Newton

 
A short cinematic piece shot on the Canon EOS C70 about the life of Giulia Gartner, a world-renown travel photographer from the Italian Dolomites, who used photography to pull her out of the darkest part of her life.
 

Behind The Scenes of Eye of the Storm with Sam Newton and the EOS C70

 
Shot over the course of 3 days in the Arctic circle in Northern Norway, Eye of the Storm was far from an easy film to put together. This is the behind-the-scenes on how Giulia's story was brought to life with the EOS C70.
 

New Firmware Update - EOS C70

 
Since its introduction, the EOS C70 4K Digital Cinema Camera has been the buzz of the industry, delivering stunning imagery in a compact body. Now, Canon's first RF-mount cinema camera is getting even better, with a firmware update that adds functionality and improves performance. A BT.709 option has been added, and a new View Assist feature allows for a WideDR/BT.709 LUT to be displayed over HDMI when shooting in Canon Log gamma. For your autofocus needs, a new "whole area" option increases the AF area to 80% of the frame. The update also improves the Electronic IS performance, giving you rock steady images even in challenging conditions. For EF lens owners, we've added full adapter compatibility for 7 more lenses! This empowers Dual Pixel CMOS AF, optical corrections, and metadata transmission.
 

Wireless Control of the EOS C70

 
The versatility of the EOS C70 is improved even more when paired with a wireless adapter to enable remote control of camera settings via a smartphone or tablet. To learn more about this combination, please visit https://www.usa.canon.com/internet/portal/us/home/explore/product-showcases/projectors/contact-a-sales-rep
 

The EOS C70 and COMPACT-SERVO Lenses: A Powerful Combination

 
The EOS C70 packs a powerful punch in a small body, making it ideal for almost any production environment. When paired with either of Canon's COMPACT-SERVO lenses, you can choose traditional studio operation with optional zoom and focus demands, or you can use it handheld and have ENG-style control with the built-in lens servo control. To learn more about this combination, speak with a sales rep today! https://www.usa.canon.com/internet/portal/us/home/explore/product-showcases/projectors/contact-a-sales-rep
 

Canon Tech Tip: Direct Touch Control on the EOS C70

 
Senior Pro Market Specialist Jung-Jin Ahn shares tips on using the touch screen interface on the EOS C70 cinema camera.
 

Canon Tech Tip: Autofocus on the EOS C70

 
Senior Trainer Charles Zablan discusses the incredible AF capabilities of the EOS C70 cinema camera.
 

Canon Tech Tip: Mounting Versatility on the EOS C70

 
Senior Trainer Charles Zablan showcases the incredible versatility of the EOS C70 cinema camera.
 

Canon Tech Tip: Image Stabilization on the EOS C70

 
Pro Market Specialist Peter Marr details the rock-solid image stabilization features of the EOS C70 camera.
 

Tech Tip: Input Terminals on the EOS C70

 
Senior Pro Market Specialist Jung-Jin Ahn takes a walk through the input terminals of the EOS C70 camera.
 

Canon Tech Tip: COMPACT-SERVO Lenses and the EOS C70

 
Pro Market Specialist Peter Marr talks about the powerful and compact solution provided by the EOS C70 camera and COMPACT-SERVO lenses.

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Resources

White Papers

EOS C70 Quick-Start Guide

07/26/22
16.7 MB

EOS C70 Advanced Quick-Start Guide: Gamma/Gamut Settings

07/26/22
11.2 MB

EOS C70 IP Streaming Guide

06/22/21
14.8 MB

New Dual Gain Output (DGO) 4K Super 35MM CMOS Image Sensor

09/24/20
5.66 MB

EOS C70: A New Era of Cinema Cameras

12/15/20
14.3 MB

Canon Log Gamma Curves

12/18/18
0.81 MB


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Videos

Canon Tech Tip: Direct Touch Control on the EOS C70

 
Senior Pro Market Specialist Jung-Jin Ahn shares tips on using the touch screen interface on the EOS C70 cinema camera.

Canon Tech Tip: Autofocus on the EOS C70

 
Senior Trainer Charles Zablan discusses the incredible AF capabilities of the EOS C70 cinema camera.

Canon Tech Tip: Mounting Versatility on the EOS C70

 
Senior Trainer Charles Zablan showcases the incredible versatility of the EOS C70 cinema camera.

Canon Tech Tip: Image Stabilization on the EOS C70

 
Pro Market Specialist Peter Marr details the rock-solid image stabilization features of the EOS C70 camera.

Tech Tip: Input Terminals on the EOS C70

 
Senior Pro Market Specialist Jung-Jin Ahn takes a walk through the input terminals of the EOS C70 camera.

Canon Tech Tip: COMPACT-SERVO Lenses and the EOS C70

 
Pro Market Specialist Peter Marr talks about the powerful and compact solution provided by the EOS C70 camera and COMPACT-SERVO lenses.

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