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Canon Cinema EOS C700 Camera and DP-V2420 4K Reference Display Bundle

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Kit Includes: the modular Canon EOS C700 Camera + DP-V2420 4K Reference Display. This kit is ideal for HDR High Dynamic Range content.
Key Highlights
  • Canon C700 Camera + 4K Reference Display
  • Modular camera body accepts accessories
  • 4K up to 60fps & 2K/HD up to 240fps
Abel Code: CONFIG-CN-C700-4KREF

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Overview

Overview

This Canon kit includes:

  • Canon EOS C700 Camera (choose EF or PL Mount)
  • Canon DP-V2420 4K Reference Display

 

CANON EOS C700 CINEMA CAMERA

Featuring a new modular design, the Canon EOS C700 Cinema Camera meets the demands of today’s productions – from feature films to documentaries to episodic dramas. The EOS C700 EF camera features a Super 35mm 4.5K sensor with wide dynamic range. It should be ideal for productions requiring 4K UHD TV or 4K DCI cinema deliverables. In addition to supporting the earlier XF-AVC recording format, the cameras also support Apple ProRes.

DIGIC is Canon's acronym for Digital Imaging Integrated Circuit. The EOS C700 uses three DIGIC DV 5 processors to power the advanced features of this camera. DIGIC works in conjunction with other subsystems of the camera, such as the lens and sensor to support the various features and the image processing engine.

Designed to Match Customer Requirements

Canon recognized its customers demand flexibility and the ability to respond to the changing needs of productions. The EOS C700 allows users to convert between EF mount and PL mounts, and also between a standard CMOS image sensor and a global shutter CMOS image sensor at Canon service facilities. The EF lens mount provides compatibility with Canon’s diverse lineup of over 70 interchangeable EF lenses as well as enabling use of Canon’s Dual Pixel CMOS AF technology.

The EOS C700 has a significantly upgraded power management system to help facilitate connecting with various third party accessories. The camera comes standard with a V-mount plate to accept common professional battery systems. External power supplies of +10 - 34 VDC plug into the camera via an industry-standard 4-pin XLR Style power connector. Camera accessories can be powered via a 24V DC 3-pin and a 12V DC 2-pin connector located on the front of the camera to help with cable management.

The EOS C700 offers a choice of two lens mounts, PL or Cinema Lock EF. The Canon Cinema Lock EF mount is the same ruggedized version first seen on the EOS C300 Mark II.

High Dynamic Range & Canon's Color Science

The EOS C700 is ideal for those wanting to shoot and deliver High Dynamic Range (HDR) content. The image on a global shutter sensor is captured simultaneously by every pixel on the sensor. Standard CMOS sensors capture the image by scanning the scene from top to bottom. Depending on the speed of the scan, the time delay between the scan of the first line and the last sometimes results in a Jello-type effect where straight lines appear curved or wobble as the camera or subject moves. By capturing the entire image at once these artifacts are removed. The EOS C700 GS PL features 14 stops of dynamic range and does not offer Dual Pixel CMOS AF.

Along with Canon’s proprietary Log Gammas (Canon Log3, Canon Log2 and Canon Log) and renowned color science, the C700 camera seamlessly integrate with Canon’s professional 4K displays (DP-V2420DP-V2410, or DP-V1770) for on-set color management and review that conforms to SMPTE ST 2084 standards of HDR display.

Internal Recording

Two modes of internal recording on CFast Media are included in the EOS C700: Canon XF-AVC and Apple ProRes. 

XF-AVC records up to 59.94p in 4K onto CFast media. 

The camera also records Apple ProRes to CFast media. This is the first time a Canon Cinema EOS camera records ProRes internally which can help reduce the time and cost of transcoding video files for productions using ProRes as an intermediate and delivery format. 

Simultaneous dual CFast recording is available to create an immediate backup.

CFast & CD Recording

Two CFast 2.0 card slots exist on the camera along with one SD card slot. The EOS C700 can record XF-AVC and ProRes (along with metadata) simultaneously to either or both CFast cards. Simultaneous recording is helpful where one card might go to the post house and the other could be stored safely in the production company's archive.

Relay recording is also possible for situations where changing cards and losing precious seconds is not an option (sporting events, speeches, nature documentaries).

At the same time, an 8-bit 4:2:0 Proxy XF-AVC file can be recorded to the SD card for immediate editing. The SD card can also capture JPEG still frames (2048x1080 or 1920x1080), metadata, menus and other information.

Be sure to check out the chart in our photos which shows Codec, Recording Media, Resolution, Format, Bits, and Frame Rates for your convenience. If you are interested in product White Papers you can also check out the Maximum Bit Rates recommended by Apple in their ProRes White Paper.

Refined Ergonomics & Design

The EOS C700 features a new design when compared to previous Cinema EOS products. The EOS C700 is a full size cinema camera allowing for both traditional studio style and handheld configurations. 

The camera body includes built in cheese plates with numerous 3/8-16 and 1/4-20 threaded holes on the top and bottom to easily attach accessories. The top handle attaches in a variety of positions for assisting in achieving optimum balance.

Both sides of the camera can have redundant main displays with menus and controls. A built in control panel on the camera operator side allows quick access to the camera controls. Canon's optional new Remote Operation Unit OU-700 attaches to the camera's right side and mimics all the functions of the built-in Main Display. It conveniently flips up for access to the CFast and SD card slots. This allows for camera operation from both sides of the camera making camera adjustment easy for both operator and assistant.

The intuitive six button layout of the menu system allows quick access to frequently used camera functions such as ISO, shutter, slow and fast motion, etc. and may feel very familiar and comfortable to seasoned camera operators. Each quick access function delivers the ability to access deeper menu options. Complete camera control and customization is always accessible while the menu remains clean and easily usable.

Canon offers an optional 0.7-inch OLED Electronic Viewfinder (EVF-V70) to fit the EOS C700. Canon's first professional grade viewfinder features Full HD 1920x1080 viewing, surround view, view assist and false color. The EVF also has the ability to display an HDR simulated picture with a "stretched" dynamic range for increased shadow detail and highlight retention.

The EOS C700 can also be used with an optional accessory Shoulder Support Unit (SU-15) with industry-standard rosettes on each side and 15mm rods in front. The unit has a comfortable shoulder pad which consists of two sections that adjust to fit the width of a camera operator's shoulder. Attaching the shoulder pad to the camera allows for easy handheld operation yet still provides a quick release bottom to connect to a tripod.

Workflow & RAW Recording

To complement these powerful new acquisition tools, Canon has turned to its trusted partner Codex to provide a fully-integrated (no cables) recording and workflow option. The combination of the EOS C700 camera with the optional Codex CDX-36150 recorder allows for high-speed 4.5K RAW recording at up to 100FPS, 4K RAW at up to 120FPS, 4K ProRes at up to 60FPS, 2K ProRes at up to 240FPS and XF-AVC at up to 60FPS.

The Codex CDX-36150 RAW Recorder is attached to the EOS C700 by removing the battery plate at the rear of the EOS C700 and replacing it with the recorder. This modularity of the EOS C700 allows the recorder to be connected securely without wires. It behaves like an integrated part rather than an external accessory. The rear of the Codex recorder has a battery plate with onboard Gold Mount battery connector. External power (10-32 VDC) can also be supplied to the 2-pin connector on the recorder body.

Codex CDX-36150 is an integrated system when attached to the EOS C700. The Codex Recorder allows recording not only 4K RAW, but also ProRes at significantly higher frame rates than internal CFast Cards. When recording RAW files, they are saved as an .RMF frame sequence in an uncompressed format. Clip development can then be easily adjusted in post using Canon Raw Development (CRD) software.

The CDX-36150 uses one Codex Capture Drive 2.0 (1 TB or 2 TB capacity), a familiar and commonly available professional recording media.

Anamorphic Lens Support

Canon’s new EOS C700 is the first Cinema EOS cameras to support anamorphic shooting by utilizing a de-squeeze function for monitoring. You can now create images with a 2.39:1 aspect ratio typical of cinema productions. 

The EOS C700 supports anamorphic format lenses by electronically desqueezing the image in the viewfinder and on connected monitors for viewing. On the sensor users can take advantage of the camera's full 4K resolution by using 1.3x squeeze anamorphic lenses that cover the full 16x9 area of the EOS C700 sensor. Popular 2x squeeze anamorphic lenses that cover a native 1.2:1 aspect ratio on the sensor can be used as well using a cropped area of the sensor.

Canon Log 2 & Log 3

The EOS C700 supports Canon Log 2 and Canon Log 3 Gamma. In post production, Canon Log is designed to reproduce the entire tonal range of the CMOS image sensor. Log workflow provides you with higher dynamic range, more highlight and shadow retention, and more flexibility in grading.

Canon Log 2 provides the largest dynamic range and image detail. While Canon Log 2 provides the most post-production flexibility and the full 15 stops of dynamic range of the sensor, it requires more post time. If you are seeking the benefits of log workflow, but with shorter turnaround times, Canon Log 3 provides an alternative with only a slightly reduced dynamic range of 14 stops.

SMPTE ST 2084 Support for HDR Productions

The EOS C700 features the option to output ST 2084 over the monitor port to assist in HDR production. ST 2084 permits compatible monitors to simulate the HDR look of the final piece and allows for easier lighting and other technical decisions on set during the acquisition process. 

The optional Canon Electronic Viewfinder (EVF-V70) features a ST 2084 simulation mode so the camera operator can see HDR visuals in a format close to what is supplied upon the monitor signal. This can facilitate creative decisions on set when HDR reference equipment and output devices are not available.

Color

The EOS C700 supports Rec. 2020, which is the UHDTV display color space. Rec. 2020 support means productions seeking to go straight to the UHD format can start in that expanded color space without the need to do conversions.

ACES 1.0 of the Academy Color Encoding System is supported by the EOS C700. Using Canon supplied IDTs, images captured on the EOS C700 can be imported directly into the ACES compatible systems. Additionally, video output from the camera can be monitored by selecting the ACES Proxy.

Aces Proxy allows the camera to send a monitor output that simulates ACES space to a compatible monitor or device. Modifications made using the proxy output can be saved and later brought into the editing or grading suite to help insure changes and color choices made on set are accurately reproduced in post.

Canon 17, 24 and 30-inch Reference Displays support ACES image display. The EOS C700 has four 3G-SDI outputs at the rear of the camera. So, while the Codex CDX-36150 records 4K RAW, the EOS C700 can simultaneously send the 4K image to a Canon Reference Display. The Canon Monitor debayers the RAW image and converts it to an ACES color space. In addition to ACES, Canon's new DP-2420 Reference Display nicely supports HDR, Canon Log3, and Hybrid Log Gamma.

Autofocus

The EOS C700 Digital Cinema Camera features next generation Dual Pixel CMOS AF (DAF) Technology for EF Mount cameras. Each pixel in the camera's CMOS sensor is configured with two photodiodes. Two independent image signals can then be detected at each photosite. By implementing phase-difference AF, smooth focusing is accomplished using Canon EF lenses with much higher speed and accuracy than was possible with previous technologies.

The EOS C700 has rapid one-touch AF (with a push-button) and continuous AF within approximately 80% of the overall image area. Face detection AF is another autofocus mode that can track a person's face in the frame and maintain focus on them.

To further fine tune AF performance, the EOS C700 offers the ability to set the AF tracking speed and response.

DAF also makes possible the Dual Pixel Focus Guide. Dual Pixel Focus Guide presents the user with a rectangle in the center of the EVF or monitor. The rectangle turns green when the subject is in focus. If the subject is out of focus the box will turn gray and the arrows will indicate which way to adjust the lens to regain focus.

Now added to the EOS C700 you will find a focus pre-set feature. Separate predetermined focus points can be selected. When the SET button is pushed the lens will move focus from one mark to the other. 

Slow & Fast Motion

The EOS C700 has the fastest frames rates available of any Canon Cinema EOS Camera to date. In addition to the 4K 60P, EOS C700 also features 2K recording up to 120 frame per second and a crop 2K mode featuring up to 240 frames per second.

IP Streaming

IP Streaming enables users to send their video online, in real time, as they shoot. It works with compatible IP decoders, IP streaming software and other devices for live streaming to video websites, news shows, video productions, post production facilities, editing rooms and broadcast stations.

The EOS C700 supports MPEG2-TS with UDP, RTP, RTSP+RTP protocols.

Wireless Remote Capabilities

The EOS C700 can connect to a wireless network using a Canon wireless file transmitter (WFT-E6A / WFT-E8A). Using the WFT Transmitter, users can operate the camera and view live images using a Wi-Fi® connected device with a compatible web browser.

GPS

When an optional Canon GP-E1 GPS receiver is connected to the EOS C700, GPS information can be added to the metadata. This is selected using the menu. GPS position (altitude, latitude, longitude) and time can be recorded where GPS service is available.

 

CANON DP-V2420 PROFESSIONAL 24" 4K REFERENCE DISPLAY

The Canon DP-V2420 professional 24" 4K Reference Display supports HDR standards and display methods3 increasingly used for next-generation video production, and provides high luminance and black luminance performance essential for screening HDR content. Canon's DP-V2420 display qualifies as a Dolby Vision mastering monitor and complies with the ITU-R BT.2100-0 HDR standard which specifies a peak luminance 1000 cd/m2 and a minimum luminance 0.005 cd/m2. Allowing for the review and confirmation of high-quality 4K images, the display's expanded dynamic range greatly increases color expression and the contrast between the light and dark areas of an image to achieve luminance expression close to that of the naked eye while also supporting the expression of natural colors and a sense of three-dimensionality.

The DP-V2420 4K Reference Display is an essential tool if you're working in HDR. In a cinema style workflow, its size and capabilities make it versatile enough to use on set on a DIT cart, as a client display or as a close range grading or QC display in post. For sophisticated broadcast workflows, the DP-V2420 will be right at home in your control room or broadcast truck.

This reference display can also integrate with your Canon Cinema EOS cameras and some ARRI camera systems. See more below.

Features:

  • Ideal 4K(4096x2160) display for on-set, near-set and mastering applications
  • HDR function supported (SMPTE ST 2084 & Hybrid Log Gamma)
  • Qualification as a Dolby Vision mastering monitor and compliance with the ITU-R BT.2100-0 HDR standard which specifies a peak luminance 1000 cd/m2 and a minimum luminance 0.005 cd/m2
  • Accurate color reproduction includes DCI-P3 and ITU-R.BT2020 gamuts
  • Built-in Cinema EOS 4K Raw Debayering and Canon Log/2/3 Gamma
  • Integration with ARRI Camera Systems
  • HDMI and 3G-SDI is supported to 4K 60P

Compatible with HDR Industry Standards

The DP-V2420 4K Reference Display is a full-specification HDR reference display compatible with HDR industry standards, helping to meet demanding HDR workflows.

The display facilitates a high luminance performance meeting the requirements of HDR standards, SMPTE ST 2084 and HLG. The DP-V2420 fully covers this range by actual luminance to help ensure that gradation and color can be accurately confirmed.

Improved Black Luminance / Shadow Area Gradation Performance

Canon's LCD technology helps ensure a black luminance superior to that of older CRT displays. Furthermore, video image quality is improved since it demonstrates high gradation performance even at low luminance levels and gradation in shadow areas can be more accurately reproduced without black defects.

Compatible with both HDR Standards

To monitor HDR content, two or more gamma curves must be supported. The DP-V2420 qualifies as a Dolby Vision mastering monitor, as it supports SMPTE ST 2084. It also supports Hybrid Log Gamma (HLG), which is in the process of being recognized as a global standard. The DP-V2420 is an excellent choice for either workflow.

SMPTE 2084 Compatible

The SMPTE ST 2084's dynamic range of 0.005 to 10,000 nits can be displayed as an arbitrary range. This is a new gamma curve developed by Dolby Laboratories, Inc. based on the human visual characteristics called PQ. Luminance up to a maximum of 10,000 nits is treated as absolute luminance. It is currently adopted in Dolby Vision and next generation Blu-ray standard (Ultra Blu-ray) HDR10.

Two HDR Monitoring Modes Provided for Specific Applications

The DP-V2420 4K Reference Display provides two HDR monitoring modes to suit specific production requirements.

Peak Luminance Priority Mode

Video can be monitored at the maximum luminance (peak luminance) supported on the DP-V2420 main unit. HDR image quality can be confirmed at high luminance on the DP-V2420 as an HDR reference display in post-production editing rooms, for example. Even when the area of bright parts of content changes due to switching between individual scenes in films or dramas, for example, changes in the brightness of the overall screen can be minimized. This allows the capabilities of the DP-V2420 to be fully demonstrated in high-luminance HDR production workflows.

Sustained Luminance Mode

In this mode, whatever the luminance of the video content that is being input, video is monitored without altering the luminance of the display main unit. The performance of the DP-V2420 can be fully demonstrated in scenes where shooting conditions during sports and music broadcasts fluctuate in real time due to changing weather and stage lighting even if the camera angle is fixed. This allows high-luminance HDR video images to be monitored without varying image quality at the individual luminance of displayed content, without so-called loading characteristics.

HDR/SDR Split Screen Display

The DP-V2420 4K Reference Display supports split-screen display of HDR and SDR signals. Since video is displayed simultaneously on the left and right screens, differences in luminance ranges and gradation/brightness can be compared at a glance, thus allowing HDR shooting to be conducted more confidence and efficiency.

Various other features can be combined to make HDR production easier to perform: Range Compression Display according to specific production applications, Clipped Display, Camera Information Display, and Waveform Monitor Display.

HDR Compatible Waveform Monitor Display

The Wave Form Monitor can be selected to display HDR scales (e.g. SMPTE ST 2084 nit) or Canon Log (%) for maximum flexibility in HDR production.

HDR Range Variable Adjustment Function

Variable adjustment of the HDR range is possible to suit specific applications. For example, the dynamic range of the HDR standard signal or LOG signal can be displayed to fit within the luminance supported by the display main unit (range compression), or required actual luminance parts of the range can be displayed with the highlight range area excluded (range upper limit clipping). Desired values can also be registered in advance to function or channel buttons. This lets you call up respective HDR standard videos for confirmation by one-touch operation.

HDR Meta-Information Display

Metadata information (color gamut, gamma, maximum luminance, average luminance maximum value of content) from PCs for HDMI-compatible video editing and Blu-ray players, cameras and other devices can be displayed on screen. This is useful for appropriate HDR production since videos can be monitored while confirming the HDR information at the same time.

Integration with Your Canon Cinema EOS and ARRI Camera Systems

The Camera Link-Up feature of the DP-V2420 4K Reference Display allows seamless linking to your EOS C500 and EOS C300 Mark II digital cinema cameras and your ARRI ALEXA SXT camera system, allowing for increased flexibility on-set for camera assistants and DITs.

Camera Information Displays

When a Cinema EOS System camera or ARRI Camera system is connected to the DP-V2420, the camera's metadata can be obtained, and its contents can be displayed. This means that camera set up and confidence checks during shooting can all be done on the DP-V2420 itself rather than on the camera's viewfinder or display. This allows checks without disturbing the operator and increases on-set flexibility. (This feature is available when the 3G-SDI RAW format has been selected by Cinema EOS System camera, the 3G/HD-SDI format has been selected by ARRI Camera system.)

Camera Image Quality Linkup

An image quality linkup function automatically switches the image quality of the display based on the camera's meta information. This occurs when the Cinema EOS System camera or ARRI Camera system is connected to the DP-V2420. The fact that the image quality settings are linked automatically for the camera and for the display means that setting errors can be minimized.

Pre-Set Log

Presetting by Cinema EOS System's Canon Log/Canon Log2/Canon Log3 and the ARRI Log C video display are also supported. Log C is preset to the main unit menu. So, all you have to do to check image quality is connect the camera- there is no need to add any special LUTs.

Information that can be displayed includes:

  • Color temperature
  • f-value
  • ISO speed
  • Shutter speed
  • Gamma
  • Color gamut
  • Resolution
  • Frame Rate
  • I/P/PsF
  • Camera Status (shooting / playback)

Canon Cinema EOS Workflow with 4K RAW Format Image Debrayering

The RAW data which is output through the 3G-SDI cables from the Cinema EOS C500/C500PL or Cinema EOS C300 Mark II can be debayered in the DP-V2420 4K Reference Display and displayed. The fact that the 4K RAW format image debayering is done in the display unit itself means that there is no need for any external debayering equipment. This enables a 4K-production environment to be constructed with minimal wiring connections. This makes for a more compact camera and display combination and can help increase mobility during shooting.

On-Set LUT and CDL Functions

Color Grading System Link-up

The DP-V2420 (and the DP-V2410) 4K Reference Display can connect to various color grading systems. For example, while shooting on location you can connect to LiveGrade via a LAN, and manage your color using LUTs and CDLs while RAW debayering is executed. This information can later be transferred to your editing or grading session, helping to simplify your workflow and give you more consistency.

User LUT and CDL Functions

The DP-V2420 4K Reference Display allows you to set multiple LUTs for each picture mode same as the DP-V2410. 

As a result, users can select up to eight LUTs in one picture mode for improved convenience. In addition, presets from CDL1 to CDL15 and a CDL details setting screen have been added. Users can also change the name settings for CDL1 to CDL15.

Signal Input Formats & Connectivity Options

There is a broad choice in signal inputs to the DP-V2420 4K Reference Display including two variants of 4K and the ability to upscale either 2K or HD all at multiple frame rates, the table below summarizes the key input signals. All of the signal interfaces are in full conformance with established SMPTE Standards for serial digital inputs.

The DP-V2420 4K Reference Display features the following connections:

INPUTS

3G/HD-SDI

  • 4x BNC (75 Ω) receptacle connectors (1 line)
  • 3G-SDI: SMPTE 2048-2/274M/296/372/425-1/428-19/428-9 standards supported
  • HD-SDI: SMPTE 2048-2/274M/292-1/296/428-19/428-9 standards supported

HDMI

  • 1x Type A connector (1 line)
  • Authorized standard: HDCP 2.2

OUTPUTS

3G/HD-SDI

  • 4x Connectors (1 line for pass-through)

Headphones

  • 1x stereo mini-jack

USB (Control)

  • 1x USB-A receptacle connector
  • Universal serial bus specification revision 2.0 compliant LS (Low Speed)/FS (Full Speed)/HS (High Speed) modes supported
    Enhanced host controller interface specification revision 1.0 compliant

LAN

  • 1x RJ-45 connector
  • IEEE 802.3 10BASE-TX, IEEE 802.3u 100BASE-TX compliant

Power

  • 100-240 Volt AC
  • 50/60hz

Interface - Input:

  • 4 x 3G/HD-SDI (1 system) BNC (75Ω)
  • 1 x HDMI (1 system) Type A terminal (4K 60P Support); copy protection: HDCP 2.2

Interface - Output:

  • 4 x 3G/HD-SDI (1 pass-thru system)
  • 1 x Headphone Stereo Mini-Jack; supported impedance: 32-64Ω

Interface - Control:

  • 1 x USB A Receptacle TerminalUniversal Serial Bus Specification Revision 2.0 Compliant LS (Low Speed)/FS (Full Speed)/HS (High Speed) Mode Compatible
    Enhanced Host Controller Interface Specification Revision 1.0 compliantLAN
  • 1 x RJ-45 LAN terminal IEEE802.3 10BASE-TX / IEEE802.3u 100BASE-TX compliant

Supplied Accessories:

  • AC Power Cord
  • Instructional Manual

 

 

 

Specifications

Specifications

Key Highlights

  • Canon C700 Camera + 4K Reference Display
  • Modular camera body accepts accessories
  • 4K up to 60fps & 2K/HD up to 240fps
  • (4096x2160) 4K display
  • Dual Pixel CMOS AF
  • Record Apple ProRes to CFast Media
  • Display ideal for DIT cart work
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