We recently covered Canon’s big pre-NAB announcement of the C300 Mark II, and today at the show I was able to stop by their booth for a closer look. This impressive camera has several great, new features as well as an ergonomic design. In order to record 4K internally, Canon is introducing a new XF-AVC codec, which can record 4K up to 30 fps, and a special 2K crop mode allows up to 120 fps. The camera also features a dual pixel autofocus, covering up to 80% of the viewable image area with an adjustable focus box. Additionally, the newly announced Canon Log 2 allows you to get up to 15 stops of dynamic range. Watch the video above to learn more about the C300 Mark II and all of its features.
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Canon C300 Mark II Demo Day – Chicago
October 19, 2015 @ 11:00 am – 5:00 pm
2602 W. 16th street, 4th floor
Chicago IL United States
Please Register at http://training.abelcine.com/event/canon-c300-mark-ii-demo-day-chicago/
- Join Canon and AbelCine for an in-store demonstration of the Canon C300 Mark II on their showroom floor in Chicago.
- Get hands-on with the camera and have your questions answered by Canon representatives and the AbelCine team.
- This is an all day demo, feel free to stop by at any time between 11am-5pm.
The following video presents Introducing the Canon EOS C300 Mark II:
Join Canon U.S.A.’s Technical Advisor Brent Ramsey as he discusses the new features and benefits of the EOS C300 Mark II Cinema camera. This camera is an evolutionary, second-generation CINEMA EOS System model that’s been reworked, redesigned, and reengineered with the valued input of thousands of users worldwide. Starting with a brand new Super 35mm 8.85 MP Sensor, the EOS C300 Mark II offers a dynamic range of 15 stops – and an amazing amount of shadow protection thanks to a new Log gamma that’s been created – Canon Log 2.