Canon has released several new firmware updates for its Cinema lineup of cameras, including the EOS R5 C, EOS C70, EOS C300 Mark III, and EOS C500 Mark II.
While these firmware updates are not significant, all cameras will benefit from Auto Focus improvements and more lens support. Here are the details Canon Firmware Updates for the EOS R5 C, EOS C70, C500 Mark II, and C300 Mark III. Continue reading “Canon Firmware Updates Released for EOS R5 C, EOS C70, C500 Mark II, and C300 Mark III”
Canon Japan has released a teaser for an 8K Cinema EOS camera. This is one of the two 8K Cinema EOS cameras expected to be announced in 2021.
According to Canon, the Cinema EOS 8K camera is supposed to be launched in 2021 as the new flagship. 8K display with high brightness, high contrast, and high color gamut. The 8K Cinema EOS Camera is based on the body of the C300 Mark II. It features a Canon EF mount and an 8K (8192 x 4320) S35 sized sensor.
We’ll likely get a 8K camera above the Cinema EOS C700 FF and an 8K camera with a modular design like the Cinema EOS C300 Mark III and Cinema EOS C500 Mark II. Continue reading “New Compact Canon EOS 8K Cinema Camera Coming in 2021”
Canon officially announced the all-new Canon EOS C500 Mark II full frame cinema camera. The US price is $15,999, and it is now available for pre-order at B&H, Adorama. Shipping will start in December 2019.
With its modular design, competitive price point and new features such as a 5.9K Full Frame CMOS sensor, user-changeable lens mounts, electronic image stabilization, internal cinema RAW light recording and the new DIGIC DV 7 Image Processor, the EOS C500 Mark II represents a bold leap forward for Canon’s Cinema EOS system line. The variety of assembly and lensing options help to make this camera ideal for a broad range of applications, from run-and-gun documentary shooting to live television broadcasts and big-budget films. Continue reading “Canon EOS C500 Mark II Cinema Camera Officially Announced”