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Header image for article NAB '12: First Look at the Canon EOS-1D C

NAB '12: First Look at the Canon EOS-1D C

Teased at the C300 launch back in November, the Canon EOS-1D C is a 4K (4096x2160) capable HDSLR that can also shoot full HD (1920x1080).

Similar in size to the Canon EOS-1D X, the 1D C is a full frame camera (24mm x 36mm) that shoots 4K (4:2:2) up to 24 fps using an APS-H size section of the sensor. While shooting full HD (4:2:0), you can choose between the full frame sensor or a S35-sized portion of the sensor. I was able to stop by the Canon booth to get some hands-on time with the EOS-1D C, and we'll be sure to spend some more time with the camera soon.

Jeff Lee
Director of Education & Product Specialization, AbelCine

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The Canon EOS 5D Mark II undoubtedly kicked off the large-sensor-in-a-small-body movement, so it's no surprise that Canon would carry this momentum forward with the EOS-1D C. While the Mark II started as a still camera that conveniently shot video, it's apparent that the 1D C was built with filmmakers in mind. As the first HDSLR with 4K and LOG recording capabilities, the 1D C introduces new possibilities for productions of any size.
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