At NAB New York earlier today, Canon announced details of the next firmware update for their EOS C300 Mark II and C300 original cameras, which will be released on December 13th. It is particularly nice to see Canon updating their “OG” EOS C300 EF, as after all
Canon EOS Cinema Archive
The Canon EOS C700 was one of the big announcements for this years IBC Show, and it was not surprise why; after all it is Canon’s new flagship 4K high end pro camcorder that takes off where the C500 and C300 Mark II left off aiming at
Well, what do you say what do you know – Canon managed to release the first 4K footage shot with their new flagship Canon EOS C700 camera. Not only that, but the camera it replaced – the trusty old Canon EOS C500 gets (another, and possibly last)
Podcast 042: Why I Bought a Used Canon C100 & What I Expect to See at NAB 2015 Posted by Ogy Stoilov March 30, 2015 In Episode 42 of the 4K Shooters Podcast I go over some of the reasons why I chose to buy a 1080p
Canon Professional is off to a good start in the New Year with some new firmware for their top dog EOS Cinema Linen 4K C500 camera, also getting the new C100 Mark II out to door and generally re-adjusting (once again) their EOC Cinema line pricing. Usually
The Canon C500 is an odd beast. It is Canon’s EOS Cinema lineup flagship, and the only 4K Digital Cinema Camera they manufacture. Canon’s EOS Cinema line of professional cameras targets the film industry, and was a major deal for Canon upon it’s unveiling in November 2011.
You might have heard that recently, earlier this week matter of fact, B&H dropped their price on the broadcast and low-budget filmmakers’ “work-horse” – the Canon EOS C300 EF Mount by $2K. Thus, making the C300 “cheap” in comparison to the original MRSP when it was announced nearly