18th November 2014
You are invited to Prokit on the 25th. November 2014 to the first showing in the UK of the exciting new Canon C-100 Mk. II Camera.
This is an open and interactive day designed to give you an opportunity to discuss and evaluate how this camera might benefit you.
Trained and experienced personnel will be here to help you.
The Canon EOS C100 Mark II Digital HD Camera offers all of the advantages of its predecessor while adding advanced new imaging and operational features. The design includes includes a new eyecup that can be paired with the unit's 1.23 megapixel color EVF. Red trigger buttons and a built-in mono microphone have been added to the camera’s body to allow basic capture when the top handle is not attached. The EOS C100 Mark II’s display panel has also been upgraded to a 3.5-inch 1.23 megapixel OLED display that supports easy viewing, even in direct sunlight.
The C100 Mark II also includes Dual Pixel CMOS and Face-Detection autofocus as standard features. The new Canon DIGIC DV4 image processor has also been implemented to showcase what Canon calls 'noticeably improved image quality'; the chip will also assist in reducing video noise at high ISO speeds (up to 80,000).
Other new features include a built-in LUT, allowing users to view what the camera is capturing in Wide DR, and the unit’s new dual integrated 5 GHz and 2.4 GHz transceivers, allowing the camera to easily transfer video files via FTP. Lastly, the unit can also be remote controlled via any compatible smartphone, tablet, or PC.
The Canon EOS C100 Mark II digital video camera will be available in January 2015.
Our Open Day is free to attend, but please register here first. Refreshments will be provided.
Important: Unfortunately we are unable to provide onsite parking for this event, although we are very well served by public transport. By tube take the District line to Gunnersbury Station, a 5 minute walk away. Also, buses 391, H91, 237, 267, & 424 stop at the top of Power Road. Alternatively there are Pay & Display Parking options around Power Road and Chiswick.