The following video presents Introducing the Canon Cinema EOS C100 Mark II.
Peter Yabsley from Canon Europe’s Professional Imaging team talks through the latest edition to our Cinema EOS range – the C100 Mark II
Canon to showcase Cinema EOS range at BVE 2015 with hands-on live shoot
United Kingdom, Republic of Ireland, 13 February 2015 – Canon will be showcasing its industry leading Cinema EOS range at BVE 2015 (Stand G12), giving visitors the chance of a hands-on demonstration in a live shooting set up.
Following a highly successful demonstration at BVE 2014, Canon will once again be recreating a live shooting environment allowing visitors to experience the company’s iconic Cinema EOS range, including the C100 MKII and C500 camera models.
Visitors to the Canon stand will be greeted with an immersive experience that also features Canon’s 4K monitor, cine servo and cine prime lenses as well as a DSLR counter for testing Canon’s range of DSLR cameras.
Austin Freshwater, Director, Professional Imaging at Canon UK and Ireland, said: “The broadcast industry is evolving constantly and our aim is to ensure that visitors get a real life feel for Canon’s latest innovations. We will exhibit Canon’s rich heritage in lens technology whilst looking to the future with 4K by allowing videographers the opportunity to get hands-on with our offering.”
Taking place on 24th-26th February at ExCeL London, BVE (Broadcast Video Expo) is Europe’s premier broadcast and production technology event, showcasing technologies and services for the production, management and broadcast of audio visual content.
Visit Canon at BVE on Stand G12.
The following video presents Canon C500 and the 4K Workflow:
Join Oscar nominee and Director of Photography for Saturday Night Live Alex Buono on his “The Art of Visual Storytelling Tour” where he teaches cinematographers how to create dynamic and impactful films. Take his tips and concepts into the real-world and apply them to your films, whether through Cinema EOS cameras or DSLRs.
In this episode, understand Alex’s two reasons for shooting documentaries and “Saturday Night Live” in 4K and the 4K workflow.