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Content Style Guide

Your headline for the page - H3

The subheading is a one sentence intro to the topic of the page. It wraps to two lines, if needed. You can be informal. This is H4.

This is a Content Panel (not the one with the icon in front of it - we really need to fix the names). This Lego block allows you to add buttons, but don't add any to this one to match the design. So, each landing page (T5) needs a banner, followed by a Content Panel in this style. After that you can use whichever panels fit your content the best. This is about the right amount of text.

Test Image

Test Image

This links to the calendar list view. Use an image that is dark and not too busy so that you can read these words. 130 char. max.

Split Content Panel

Split Content Panel

Some words about what the page they are going to will be about. Keep it short, sweet, and informal. Get some keywords in for SEO.

Content Panel with Buttons - H3

Subheading for content panel with buttons - H4

This type of block is useful for calling out short bits of content that you want people to take action on. You might be interested to learn that, so far, the CMS has no spell checker. Be diligent about copying everything into Word for proofing purposes. Also, there is no auto save, so remember to save your changes as you work.

This is the Free-Form Content Block - H3

Check the desings to see what headings to use here - H4

Notice how this page looks nice when you alternate beween blocks with gray and white backgrounds. The amount of text you put here is up to you. This is the main content area of a detail page (T6). It can also be used on landing pages to provide more info.

This is a client testimonial. Press return after the last line of text to add a space before the name.

- Person's Name

Overview (H3)

This kit features the Canon EOS C100 Mark II Camera body and the Canon 17-55mm EF-S Mount IS USM Lens with f/2.8 aperture.

Canon EOS C100 Mark II Camera (H4)

The Canon EOS C100 Mark II Camera improves upon its predecessor with added functionality. It is optimized for single shooters and compatible with the CN-E cinema lenses (Canon EF, EF-S, and EF-Mount). Canon added the DIGIC DV 4 Image Processor. The dual codec capability of the C100 MKII provides simultaneous AVCHD and MP4 recording, plus 59.95P capture and slow or fast motion recording. It also includes a Dual Pixel CMOS AF and Face Autofocus and built-in Canon Log LUTs. They even redesigned the 3.5-inch OLED panel which rotates 270 degrees. The EVF tilts and features a larger size eyecup.

The C100 Mark II is ideal for run-and-gun shooters or webcasting. Since it does not record 4K you will change out your memory cards and batteries less often. The compact size will help you pack the C100 and a lens in a backpack, carry-on baggage, or specially padded camera bag for fast setup at multiple locations.

Sensor & Recording (H5)

The Super 35mm Canon CMOS image sensor matches the sensor in other Canon EOS family cameras. The 8.3 megapixel sensor deploys two photodiodes to ensure high speed removal of accumulated charge to elevate the effective dynamic range. The four 1920x1080 HD video components (Red, Green, Green-Blue, and Blue) pre-process the image before sending it for advanced processing to the DIGIC DV 4 processor. The resulting components are sent to the AVCHD and MP4 codecs. The camera yields a maximum ISO speed of 102,400 and a wide dynamic range with up to 12 stops.

The AVCHD enables a 59.94p frame rate up to 28 Mbps (1920x1808 HD video) while the MP4 recording format delivers 35 Mbps. The professional AVCHD standard permits long recording of full HD in what Canon names a “smooth look” while the MP4 is desirable for webcast and social media publication. You can record either format or use the dual SD card slots in the Canon C100 MK II to record both formats simultaneously.

Record slow or fast motion effects when using the MP4 format. Your speeds can range from x0.4 to x2.5. View the handy graph in photos to compare recording frame rates in NTSC or PAL.

NOTE: Sound is not recorded. This feature functions in single-slot recording only. As a general rule, my preference is to not use underlined text for emphasis or headings, since it could be mistaken for a link.

Webcasters and YouTube content creators seeking small file sizes will appreciate the speed and convenience of C100 MK II’s MP4 conversion feature. Place an SD card in the Canon EOS C100 MK II camera’s main slot with an AVCHD or a MP4 recording. The C100 MK II can then convert that into a 3 Mbps (640x360) MP4 file on an SD card inserted into the secondary slot.

This is the H6 style

H6 should not be used in any body copy. It is only used in for CSS styles.

Overview

This kit features the Canon EOS C100 Mark II Camera body and the Canon 17-55mm EF-S Mount IS USM Lens with f/2.8 aperture.

 

Canon EOS C100 Mark II Camera

The Canon EOS C100 Mark II Camera improves upon its predecessor with added functionality. It is optimized for single shooters and compatible with the CN-E cinema lenses (Canon EF, EF-S, and EF-Mount). Canon added the DIGIC DV 4 Image Processor. The dual codec capability of the C100 MKII provides simultaneous AVCHD and MP4 recording, plus 59.95P capture and slow or fast motion recording. It also includes a Dual Pixel CMOS AF and Face Autofocus and built-in Canon Log LUTs. They even redesigned the 3.5-inch OLED panel which rotates 270 degrees. The EVF tilts and features a larger size eyecup.

The C100 Mark II is ideal for run-and-gun shooters or webcasting. Since it does not record 4K you will change out your memory cards and batteries less often. The compact size will help you pack the C100 and a lens in a backpack, carry-on baggage, or specially padded camera bag for fast setup at multiple locations.

 

Sensor & Recording

The Super 35mm Canon CMOS image sensor matches the sensor in other Canon EOS family cameras. The 8.3 megapixel sensor deploys two photodiodes to ensure high speed removal of accumulated charge to elevate the effective dynamic range. The four 1920x1080 HD video components (Red, Green, Green-Blue, and Blue) pre-process the image before sending it for advanced processing to the DIGIC DV 4 processor. The resulting components are sent to the AVCHD and MP4 codecs. The camera yields a maximum ISO speed of 102,400 and a wide dynamic range with up to 12 stops.

The AVCHD enables a 59.94p frame rate up to 28 Mbps (1920x1808 HD video) while the MP4 recording format delivers 35 Mbps. The professional AVCHD standard permits long recording of full HD in what Canon names a “smooth look” while the MP4 is desirable for webcast and social media publication. You can record either format or use the dual SD card slots in the Canon C100 MK II to record both formats simultaneously.

Record slow or fast motion effects when using the MP4 format. Your speeds can range from x0.4 to x2.5. View the handy graph in photos to compare recording frame rates in NTSC or PAL.

NOTE: Sound is not recorded. This feature functions in single-slot recording only.

Webcasters and YouTube content creators seeking small file sizes will appreciate the speed and convenience of C100 MK II’s MP4 conversion feature. Place an SD card in the Canon EOS C100 MK II camera’s main slot with an AVCHD or a MP4 recording. The C100 MK II can then convert that into a 3 Mbps (640x360) MP4 file on an SD card inserted into the secondary slot.

 

Autofocus

Dual Pixel Autofocus features not only a continuous AF setting, but also a lock setting. The lock permits you to change framing and retain focus. Of course, any AF type of functionality suits a single shooter following a moving subject or any fluid documentary-style setting.

NOTE: Dual Pixel CMOS AF will function in the center of the frame. Canon’s documentation also reminds you that it is also compatible with more than 100 Canon EF lenses.

The aptly named Face AF Mode will detect and then focus upon a human face. That way you can concentrate on composition and style.