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Header image for article First Look: Canon EOS C300

First Look: Canon EOS C300

Soon after the announcement of the EOS Cinema C300, Canon brought the camera by and let us check it out. I put together this video with my first impressions of the camera.

I have to say that I was pleasantly surprised by both the quality and functionality of the C300. The quality of the image, skin tone rendition and overall resolution make a good impression. Also the form factor, which seemed strange at first, allows the camera to fit nicely in your hand and is fun to operate. Check out my video above to learn more.

Andy Shipsides
Chief Technology Officer / Camera Tech Specialist, AbelCine LA

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