Canon's C300 changed the industry when it was released in 2011. With it's super 35mm sensor, modular design, EF mount and 50 mbs bit-rate it was a broadcast-ready camera for the DSLR generation.

Building on the success of the C300 Canon have now released the sequel, the Mark II. It now offers internal capture of stunning 4K/Full HD video with a wide dynamic range, external RAW output and Canon Log2 .


Here's a run-down of its key features:

- 4K Resolution (XF-AVC, 410mbps, 4:2:2, 10bit)
- 2K/1080p Resolution (XF-AVC, 225mbps, 4:4:4, 12bit)
- 2K/1080p at 120fps
- Simultaneously record 4K internally and 4K RAW externally
- CFast & SD card (proxy) internal recording
- Canon Log2 (15 Stops of Dynamic Range)
- 102400 ISO (Native 800)
- Super 35mm Sensor (x1.53 crop on EF lenses)
- Dual Pixel CMOS AF (Covers 80% of image)
- Facial Recognition (works in MF with Focusing Guide)
- 10 Internal ND filters
- 4 Channel 16/24-bit audio
- Advanced Wifi control (Via Browser Remote)

Canon's impressive new XF-AVC codec and its Canon Log2 (which captures 15 stops of dynamic range!) can capture gorgeous images; the colour, depth of the image and the sharpness in this video are stunning:

Pop into our London showroom for a chat and demonstration!