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Intro image for article Canon Cinema EOS Camera Lineup
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Canon’s Cinema EOS camera line has matured to include options for all levels of production and all budgets. There are single-operator, handheld cameras like the C100 Mark II and the new C200, with its ability to shoot Canon’s Cinema RAW Light internally. At the higher end are models oriented to feature production: the C700 and the new full format C700 FF, both sporting flexible shooting and recording modes and the ability to send Cinema RAW to an on-board Codex recorder. In the middle sits the C300 Mark II with its class-leading documentary features and high-quality internal codec.
Intro image for article Canon Expands Cinema EOS Lens Lineup With Two More Primes
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Canon is introducing two new lenses to their lineup of Cine Primes, which currently includes the 24mm T1.5, 50mm T1.3 and 85mm T1.3. This prime set has now been expanded on both the wide angle and telephoto ends with a 14mm T3.1 and a 135mm T2.2.
Intro image for article Lenses & Accessories for the Canon EOS-1D C
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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.
Intro image for article NAB '12: First Look at the Canon EOS-1D C
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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).
Intro image for article Technicolor Picture Style for Canon HDSLRs
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There's no denying that Canon HDSLRs have made a big impact on our industry, and while proving to be an amazing tool for cinematographers, some of their limitations become apparent in post-production. While the native HDSLR image is often lauded its for high contrast and saturation, this can also prove challenging to color correct and grade.