Canon C300 Mark II - The Sequel. Now in 4K!
4th November 2015
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!