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Sony HXR-MC2500E-11

Sony HXR-MC2500E

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Sony FDR-AX700 4K-25 Sony FDR-AX700 4K-1
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<h2>Unleash the Power of Cinema with Sony FDR-AX700 4K HDR Camcorder</h2> <p></p> <p>Indulge in a revolution of visual aesthetics with the Sony FDR-AX700, your doorway to stunning 4K HDR (High Dynamic Range) films. Powered by HDR technology, the FDR-AX700 presents you with a broad spectrum of colors and brightness, revealing the prodigious potential of high-resolution 4K images. With Hybrid Log-Gamma (HLG) recording capabilities, you can instantly enjoy HDR images without any additional processing - simply connect to a Sony HLG-compatible TV with a USB cable.</p> <p></p> <p>Immerse in the luxurious details of your footage with the FDR-AX700's high-bitrate XAVC S format, utilized for both 4K and HD recordings. The lofty bitrates - up to 100 Mbit/s for 4K recording and 50 Mbit/s for Full HD - ensure your videos are beautifully detailed with minimal compression noise. And with 100 Mbit/s recording at the maximum speed of 120 fps in Full HD, high-quality slow-motion effects during post-processing are at your fingertips.</p> <p></p> <p>Featuring a large, 14.2-megapixel (effective) stacked 1.0-type Exmor RS CMOS sensor, the FDR-AX700 delivers superior sensitivity, enabling the capture of high-quality images with less noise, even in low or strong light. The sensor integrates up to 273 phase-detection autofocus points, covering approximately 84% of the image, enabling precise subject tracking across the entire frame.</p> <p></p> <p>Improve your autofocus coverage with a maximum of 273 phase-detection autofocus points, spanning across 84% of the image area, enabling efficient and expansive focus coverage for subjects that move quickly or are hard to focus on.</p> <p></p> <p>The FDR-AX700 sports a Carl Zeiss Vario-Sonnar T lens, optimized to showcase the splendor of 4K with intricate detail across the image. Capture vast landscapes or zoom into your subjects up to 12x with the optical zoom or 24x with the Clear Image zoom, thanks to the 29mm wide angle.</p> <p></p> <p>Equipped with an improved BIONZ X™ image processing engine, the FDR-AX700 is optimized to deliver faster processing, swift focusing, stunning 4K HDR (HLG) captures, and brilliant slow motion up to 960 fps (NTSC) or 1000 fps (PAL).</p> <p></p> <p>Monitor your shots with the high-resolution OLED Tru-Finder™ viewfinder, offering 2,359 dots for precise color reproduction. This high-contrast electronic viewfinder allows you to monitor the composition, shooting, and playback of your footage with confidence, even in bright light.</p> <p></p> <p>Select from Clear, 1/4, 1/16, and 1/64 Neutral Density (ND) filters to adjust the amount of light entering the lens, allowing filmmakers to freely and precisely control aperture and shutter speed for limitless creative possibilities. Paired with the camcorder's large image sensor, you can create stunning Bokeh effects without increasing the shutter speed, even when shooting outdoors in sunny weather.</p> <p></p> <p>Utilize the Zebra function, especially helpful during S-Log gamma shooting, where accurate exposure assessment may be challenging. Zebra measurements highlight overexposed areas with bright stripes during image preview. An adjustable scale lets you accurately select the perfect exposure for each element, from skin tones to sunlit landscapes.</p> <p></p> <p>Experience the joy of cinematic freedom with the Sony FDR-AX700 4K HDR Camcorder, your companion in creating visually arresting films that bring your stories to life. Order now and start your journey into the world of 4K cinematography.</p>
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Sony FDR-AX700 4K-25

Sony FDR-AX700 4K

€1,547.00
Canon XA40 4K-3 Canon XA40 4K-1
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Canon XA40 4K-3

Canon XA40 4K

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Canon XA50 4K-8 Canon XA50 4K-1
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Canon XA50 4K-8

Canon XA50 4K

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Canon XF400 4K-12

Canon XF400 4K

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Canon XF405 4K-12 Canon XF405 4K-1
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Canon XF405 4K-12

Canon XF405 4K

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Sony FX30 - Cinema Camera-7 Sony FX30 - Cinema Camera-1
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<p>The new Sony FX30, following in the footsteps of the popular <a title="Discover the Sony FX3" href="https://www.mczdirect.com/gb/sony-fx3/-sony-fx3-cinema-camera--8294.html">Sony FX3 (FX3)</a>, is a <strong>small cinema camera</strong> with a 26MP stabilized APS-C sensor. This leaves room for interpretation for those interested in the Super 35mm format, while retaining all the great ergonomic features that made its predecessor so successful.</p> <p>The FX3, announced in the winter of 2021 by Sony, is a mirrorless camera that falls somewhere between a <strong>cinema camera</strong> and a mirrorless. The camera took the codes of cameras such as the FX6 but had a size closer to that of the <a title="Discover the Sony A7C" href="https://www.mczdirect.com/gb/sony-alpha-a7c/-sony-alpha-a7c-body-black-2-years-warranty--7706.html">Sony Alpha 7C (A7C)</a>, albeit a bit bloated. This camera is now back with its little sister, the FX30.</p> <p>The Sony FX 30 is similar to the <a title="Discover the Sony A7S III" href="https://www.mczdirect.com/gb/sony-a7s-iii/-sony-alpha-a7s-iii-body-2-years-warranty--7601.html">Sony Alpha 7S III (A7SIII)</a> in terms of features, but without the electronic viewfinder and with a fan included to prevent overheating and increase battery life.</p> <p>In addition, it should be noted that the FX30 is <strong>approved for Netflix</strong>.</p> <p><img src="https://www.mczdirect.com/img/cms/Sony%20FX30/sony-fx30-1.jpg" alt="Sony FX30 cinema" width="900" height="600" /></p> <h2><strong>WHAT WE LIKE ABOUT THE SONY FX30 CINEMA CAMERA:</strong></h2> <ul> <li>Compact, lightweight Super 35mm <strong>cinema camera with professional features</strong> to take your videos to the next level.</li> <li>Record in high-quality 4K 120p upsampled 4:2:2 10-bit as well as high-speed FHD 240p for slow-motion playback.</li> <li>Enjoy 14-stop dynamic range in S-Log3 and take advantage of fast, reliable mirrorless AF with subject detection and tracking.</li> <li>Versatile recording with a wide range of settings, including XAVC S, S-Cinetone, Cine El and 16-bit RAW over HDMI.</li> <li>Professional features include a Tally lamp, zoom lever, TC input with dedicated adapter, custom LUTs and more.</li> </ul> <p> </p> <h2><strong>WHAT YOU NEED TO KNOW ABOUT THE SONY FX 30 CINEMA CAMERA</strong></h2> <p>The Sony FX30 Cinema Line camera is the first <strong>Sony cinema camera</strong> with an all-new <strong>APS-C format sensor</strong>. It is designed for creators who want to produce incredible video content.</p> <p>The back-illuminated sensor with 6K oversampling combines perfectly with the ultra-fast BIONZ XR processor to create stunning XAVC S 4K/120p 10bit 4:2:2 and FHD 240p footage internally, with an amazing 14-stop dynamic range when shooting in Sony's S-Log3 gamma curve.</p> <p>If you prefer post-processed RAW footage to the S-Log curve, you can record 16-bit RAW footage to an external recorder via a full-size HDMI interface.</p> <p>The Sony FX 30 camera is a lightweight and versatile option for professional filmmakers. It includes features such as an internal cooling fan, 5-axis stabilization, hybrid AF with Eye-AF and tracking (human, animal, bird), a Tally lamp, a zoom lever, Timecode sync and more.</p> <p>The Super 35 camera also compares to the Sony FX3 and Sony FX6 full-frame cameras, sharing features such as dual base ISO (s-Log3) and breath compensation.</p> <p><img src="https://www.mczdirect.com/img/cms/Sony%20FX30/sony-fx30-2.jpg" alt="Sony FX30" width="900" height="600" /></p> <h2><strong>SONY FX30 CAMERA FEATURES:</strong></h2> <ul> <li>New APS-C Super 35 4K backlit sensor</li> <li>BIONZ XR processing engine</li> <li>4K 120p / FHD 240p upsampled recording in 10bit 4:2:2, Long GOP, All-I / H.264, H.265</li> <li>Dual ISO base in S-Log3</li> <li>14-level dynamic range with S-Log3</li> <li>Fast and reliable hybrid AF / Eye-AF tracking (human, animal, bird)</li> <li>5-axis stabilization (active / standard) in the camera</li> <li>16-bit RAW output via HDMI Type-A to external monitor/recorder</li> <li>Tally lamp, zoom lever, TC IN with dedicated adapter, custom LUTs, etc.</li> <li>Two CFexpress Type-A / SD memory card slots</li> <li>Compact size of 129.7 x 77.8 x 84.5 mm and light weight of 562 g (body only)</li> </ul> <p> </p> <h2><strong>THE SONY FX30 CINEMA CAMERA IN DETAIL</strong></h2> <h3><strong>IMPRESSIVE IMAGE QUALITY</strong></h3> <p>The Sony Cinema Line FX 30 camera delivers high-end performance and features for a true cinematic experience.</p> <p>With industry-leading image sensor technology, you get high sensitivity, low noise and wide dynamic range with 4K Super 35 resolution, while maintaining excellent image quality.</p> <p>In addition, the ILMEFX30B is equipped with S-Cinetone(TM) technology, inherited from other <strong>digital cinema cameras</strong> such as the VENICE 2, which ensures natural midtones, beautiful colors, and stunning highlights, essential elements of cinematic expression.</p> <p>Recording with the S-Log3 gamma curve allows for smooth cinematic grading, and three modes are provided for this purpose. Imported custom LUTs can be recorded to reduce the post-production grading load.</p> <p>Dual Base ISO (800 / 2500) also allows capturing high quality images in different lighting situations. 4K Super 35/ S-Cinetone/ PPLUT/ Dual Base ISO/S- Log3 recording is possible with this product.</p> <h3><strong><img src="https://www.mczdirect.com/img/cms/Sony%20FX30/sony-fx30-6.jpg" alt="Cinema Sony FX 30" width="900" height="600" /></strong></h3> <h3><strong>BOOSTED AF PERFORMANCE</strong></h3> <p>The Sony ILMEFX30B camera is renowned for its reliable and accurate autofocus performance, with wide-area tracking over the entire frame. Real-time eye AF tracks the face and eyes of humans and animals, making it easy to focus accurately on the subject.</p> <p>This feature is effective even when using shallow depth of field or when tracking fast-moving subjects with Sony's AI-based real-time tracking.</p> <p>The Sony FX30 also offers stable AF and flexible focusing for a wide variety of shooting situations.</p> <p>Finally, support features such as AF Assist, focus map, and breath compensation are all additional reasons to choose the Sony FX 30 cinema camera.</p> <h3> </h3> <h3><strong>COMPACT DESIGN WITHOUT CAGE</strong></h3> <p>The Sony Cinema Line FX30 is designed to be both lightweight and compact for easy mobility. The housing has five threaded holes that can accommodate accessories, eliminating the need for a cage while providing optimal flexibility and stability.</p> <p>Built-in stabilization allows the entire rig to be highly mobile and handle more challenging shooting situations, without the need for a stabilizer or gimbal in some situations.</p> <h3> </h3> <h3><strong>FLEXIBLE OPTIONS FOR FILM MAKING</strong></h3> <p>The new main menu gives you quicker access to the items you use most, so you can focus on taking great pictures and videos. You'll know when a recording is in progress with the lamp and recording display, so you can stay focused.</p> <p>With the Sony FX30's flexible, high-resolution touchscreen LCD, you can freely position and frame gimbal-mounted shots. The zoom lever also gives you control over compatible motorized zooms and allows you to use Clear Image Zoom with non-motorized zooms and prime lenses while delivering excellent image quality.</p> <p>In addition, automatic and manual modes for iris, shutter speed and ISO can be set independently for a more customizable exposure mode.</p> <p>You'll also find vertical aspect markers useful for confirming framing in horizontal orientation.</p> <h3><strong><img src="https://www.mczdirect.com/img/cms/Sony%20FX30/sony-fx30-5.jpg" alt="FX 30 SONY" width="900" height="600" /></strong></h3> <h3><strong>THE CONNECTIVITY OF THE CINEMA SYSTEMS IS EXCELLENT</strong></h3> <p>The camera has two XLR audio inputs for high quality recording.</p> <p>An optional XLR microphone can transfer digital audio directly to the camera, providing exceptional sound quality without signal interference. Other connectors include USB Type-C, Multi/micro-USB, headphone, and a multi-interface hot shoe with built-in digital audio interface.</p> <p>The ILMEFX30B's extensive expandability to meet a number of shooting needs makes it an excellent choice for photographers.</p> <p>In addition, its support for UVC (USB Video Class) and UAC (USB Audio Class) standards allows the camera to act as a high-performance webcam when connected to compatible devices via USB.</p> <h3> </h3> <h3><strong>WIDE RANGE OF COMPATIBLE SONY LENSES</strong></h3> <p>E-mount lenses offer creators a wide range of creative possibilities.</p> <p>Combining a Super 35 sensor and a Sony E-mount lens with a remote camera opens up new possibilities for cinematic expression, such as breathtaking sharpness and pleasing bokeh for content creation.</p> <p>Only native Sony lenses allow you to take full advantage of the camera's performance and achieve outstanding image quality with the best stabilization and autofocus support.</p> <p> </p> <h3><strong>CMOS EXMOR R™ APS-C SENSOR</strong></h3> <p>Sony's new Exmor R APS-C back-illuminated CMOS sensor delivers high-resolution images with memorable detail.</p> <p>This efficient imaging technology is built into a new <strong>Super 35 format sensor</strong> (20.1 megapixels), allowing you to capture the scene in 4K resolution with expressive depth of field, bokeh and cinematic freedom.</p> <p> </p> <h3><strong>S-CINETONE™ KINEMATIC EFFECT WITHOUT CALIBRATION</strong></h3> <p>The Sony FX 30, which uses the same color science as the FX9 and FX6 cinema cameras for natural skin tones, produces stunning midtones that are essential for healthy-looking skin.</p> <p>The S-Cinetone also offers great highlights and soft colors that are easy to achieve without post-production calibration.</p> <p><img src="https://www.mczdirect.com/img/cms/Sony%20FX30/sony-fx30-7.jpg" alt="FX30 Sony Cinema" width="900" height="600" /></p> <h3><strong>VERSATILE RECORDING FORMATS</strong></h3> <p>Record full, natural gradations in 10-bit 4:2:2 video internally using Long GOP or All-Intra compression. The XAVC HS format approximately doubles the compression efficiency, resulting in exceptionally clear 10-bit video with 4:2:2 color sampling at comparable or lower data rates.</p> <p> </p> <h3><strong>DUAL ISO BASE FOR SHARP SHOTS IN LOW LIGHT</strong></h3> <p>The Dual Base ISO feature gives you two settings for your base ISO, one at 800 and one at 2500.</p> <p>This feature allows you to get sharp images with low noise and optimize the Sony FX30's dynamic range when shooting in both low and high light conditions.</p> <p>A latitude of more than 14 stops minimizes the chance of highlights or blackness in your photos.</p> <p> </p> <h3><strong>RECORDING OF CINEMATIC LOGS</strong></h3> <p>The Sony FX 30's S-Log3 gamma curve is designed for visually appealing gradations, making it easy to achieve cinematic image quality during post-production color grading - perfect for large productions.</p> <p>Both S-Log3 and S-Gamut3 Cine provide excellent color reproduction over a wide latitude.</p> <p>Sony has taken meticulous care in setting the camera output so that everyone can easily achieve the best possible image quality in post processing.</p> <p> </p> <h3><strong>NEW SHOOTING OPPORTUNITIES FOR THE NEWSPAPER</strong></h3> <p>Three additional logarithmic shooting modes are available for use with the S-Log3 gamma curve.</p> <ol> <li>Cine EI, found in Sony's luxurious Cinema Line models, allows for a wide range of shooting latitude to produce stunning image quality.</li> <li>Cine EI Quick makes it easy to get started by automatically setting the camera's base ISO to the selected exposure index (EI).</li> <li>Sony's s709 has been added to the available LUT presets, offering the greatest flexibility for exposure adjustments.</li> </ol> <h3><img src="https://www.mczdirect.com/img/cms/Sony%20FX30/sony-fx30-8.jpg" alt="Cinema FX 30 Sony" width="900" height="600" /></h3> <h3><strong>LUTS OF THE USER</strong></h3> <p>With S-Log3, it can be difficult to know what the final recording will look like because of the way the image appears on the monitor.</p> <p>However, with the FX30's customizable LUTs that can be applied to both the LCD monitor preview and the HDMI output, as well as to embedded clips in post-production, this problem no longer exists!</p> <p>There are also preset LUTs in addition to the 16 user LUTs that can be easily imported into memory via a card.</p> <p> </p> <h3><strong>FOCUS ON RELIABILITY</strong></h3> <p>Sony's tracking technology keeps your subject in focus, so you can worry about composition and lighting.</p> <p>Wide-area AF with Smart Tracking uses focal plane phase detection to tenaciously track the subject across most of the frame.</p> <p>"Real-time Eye AF" ensures accurate focus on human faces and eyes, while "Real-time Tracking" delivers reliable results every time using Sony's recognition software.</p> <p> </p> <h3><strong>RECORDING UP TO 4K / 120P</strong></h3> <p>The Sony FX30 gives you the ability to record in 4K at up to 120 frames per second for incredibly smooth 5x slow-motion images with autofocus.</p> <p>This allows for new capabilities of expression and opens up a new world of creative potential.</p> <p> </p> <h3><strong>IMAGE STABILIZATION IN ACTIVE MODE</strong></h3> <p>With the active 5-axis optical image stabilization mode, it's possible to capture stable 4K footage even when shooting handheld without a gimbal or while walking.</p> <p>This feature measures camera shake with a precision gyro sensor and makes optical compensations accordingly.</p> <p> </p> <h3><strong>CATALYST METADATA</strong></h3> <p>Five types of metadata are recorded by the Sony FX30 camera: LUTs, image stabilization, breathing, camera rotation, and shot marks.</p> <p>This metadata can be useful when viewing footage and preparing to edit it with Sony's free Catalyst Browse software or the paid Catalyst Prepare software.</p> <p> </p> <h2><strong>TAKING STILL IMAGES</strong></h2> <p>The Sony FX 30 is a versatile tool that can take stills or movies, which is very handy when you're scouting.</p> <p>You can use it to take pictures for storyboards or presentations during pre-production, and for other purposes.</p> <p> </p> <h2><strong>BODY DESIGN WITHOUT CAGE</strong></h2> <p>The Sony FX 30 has five threaded holes (1/4-20 UNC) for mounting additional accessories, eliminating the need for an additional cage.</p> <p>The optional XLR handle also has three additional threaded holes, allowing you to stably and securely attach other accessories if necessary.</p> <p>By dispensing with a cage, Sony was able to keep size and weight to a minimum.</p> <p> </p> <h2><strong>NEW MENU DESIGN</strong></h2> <p>The new list-style main menu gives you easier access to frame rate, shutter speed and other key settings.</p> <p>You can also assign the main menu display to a custom button for quick and easy access.</p> <p> </p> <h2><strong>TALLY LAMPS</strong></h2> <p>The recording lights on the top front and back of the camera let you know when it's in use, while the REC button on top of the camera also lights up.</p> <p>This makes it easy to tell when the camera is recording, as does the red frame that appears on the screen.</p> <p> </p> <h2><strong>VERTICAL ASPECT MARKERS</strong></h2> <p>With so many creators producing images in a variety of aspect ratios and orientations, it's hard to keep up.</p> <p>The Sony FX30 offers several horizontal orientation markers that can be used to ensure your image is framed correctly.</p> <p> </p> <h3><strong>XLR AUDIO CONNECTORS</strong></h3> <p>For high-quality audio recording, the optional XLR handle unit provides two XLR audio inputs.</p> <p>With an optional XLR microphone, digital audio can be transferred directly to the camera for superior sound quality without any noise or signal degradation.</p> <p>In addition, there is a 3.5 mm stereo mini jack for 4-channel recording, allowing compatibility with both 2-channel and 4-channel audio formats.</p> <p> </p> <h3><strong>16-BIT RAW VIA HDMI</strong></h3> <p>External recorders can capture 16-bit RAW footage at a resolution of 4672 x 2628 [16:9], which exceeds DCI-4K quality.</p> <p>In addition, XAVC HS 4K, XAVC S 4K or XAVC S-I 4k and proxy files are recorded simultaneously in the camera.</p> <p> </p> <h2><strong>ROBUST MAGNESIUM ALLOY BODY</strong></h2> <p>The camera body and covers, made from a magnesium alloy, are lightweight but strong enough to perform well even in difficult shooting conditions.</p> <p> </p> <h3><strong>LCD TOUCH SCREEN</strong></h3> <p>The Sony FX30 <strong>cinema camera</strong> also features a variable angle rear LCD that opens to the side for more natural positioning and framing when shooting with a gimbal, handheld, ground level and any other shooting situation.</p> <p>The 3.0 type 2.36 million-dot touchscreen LCD provides a clear display even in bright outdoor environments. You can quickly access the functions menu (Fn) by swiping upward.</p> <h3> </h3> <h2><strong>BOX CONTENT OF THE CAMERA SONY FX30:</strong></h2> <ul> <li>Sony FX30 Super 35mm <strong>Cinema Line Camera</strong></li> <li>Power Adapter</li> <li>Accessory shoe cap</li> <li>Housing cap</li> <li>Power Adapter</li> <li>Rechargeable battery NP-FZ100</li> <li>USB-A to USB-C (USB 3.2) cable</li> </ul> <p> </p> <h2><strong>SONY FX30 REVIEW</strong></h2> <p><strong>Sony's latest professional cinema camera</strong>, the Sony FX30 Cinema Line APS-C 4K Super 35mm format camera, completes the line of video-centric hybrid mirrorless cameras.</p> <p>This affordable professional camera is perfect for videographers and film creators who want to improve the production value of their films without breaking the bank.</p> <p>Although small and easily portable, the Sony FX 30 is a powerful tool for creators with its advanced features, some of which are not available on other models.</p> <p>You'll be surprised by the superb video quality, thanks to the new 4K sensor working in tandem with the award-winning BIONZ XR processor. The Super 35 sensor is used for 6K oversampling without pixel binning for 4K 120p / FHD 240p recording capabilities in a variety of formats and codecs, such as XAVC S, 10bit 4:2:2 Long GOP All-I and H.264/H.265</p> <p>Sony's S-Cinetone allows you to record high-quality footage ready for use right from the camera. In addition, the S-Log3 format offers 14-stop dynamic range and flexible color grading options in post-production.</p> <p>Finally, a full-size HDMI connection allows you to record RAW footage externally to an additional recorder.</p> <p>The Sony FX30 is packed with great features like 5-axis stabilization for more stable shooting, Hybrid AF with subject detection and tracking, and professional video capabilities like Tally Lamp and Timecode IN.</p> <p>Any videographer worth their salt would be happy to have this camera in their collection for shooting solo or team productions.</p>
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Sony FX30 - Cinema Camera-7

Sony FX30 - Cinema Camera

€1,881.00
Canon EOS R5 C Body + 2 SanDisk 64GB Extreme PRO CFexpress Type B-1
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<p>Canon has unveiled a new mirrorless camera in the EOS Cinema line, the <strong>Canon EOS R5 C</strong>.</p> <p>It's aimed at experienced videographers and professionals, and it can produce 8K 60p RAW video. It also has the same design as the <a title="Discover the Canon EOS R5" href="https://www.mczdirect.com/gb/canon-eos-r5/-canon-eos-r5-body-2-years-warranty--6394.html"><strong>Canon EOS R5</strong></a>, with an RF mount and active heat dissipation system to prevent overheating.</p> <p>It is also capable of shooting 45MP at 20fps. Here is a summary of all its features.</p> <p id="f70692aa-2b0c-460c-96bc-a1eb3b7279c9" class="quill-block"><img src="https://www.mczdirect.com/img/cms/EOS%20R5%20C/Canon-eos-r5c.jpg" alt="Discover the Canon EOS R5 C" width="900" height="600" /></p> <h2><strong>Canon EOS R5 C: combining the EOS Cinema and EOS R ecosystems</strong></h2> <p>Announced in July 2020, the Canon EOS R5, the first "consumer" (and photo oriented) camera capable of capturing 8K RAW, has been the talk of the town since its launch. Unfortunately, the R5's overheating issues dampened the enthusiasm of videographers at its debut.</p> <p>The Canon EOS R5 C is a new "version" of the EOS R5 camera that is expressly focused on video. The Japanese firm intends this new model mainly for content creators, independent filmmakers, video reporters, corporate photographers or directors specialized in events or documentaries.</p> <p>A big potential target, but the majority of its sales are concentrated on popular cameras that are both photo and video, such as the Sony and Panasonic bodies (hello GH5 and A7S series).</p> <p>The new Canon EOS R5 C camera bridges the gap between the <strong>Canon EOS C cinema line</strong> and the EOS R ecosystem. The latter camera, like the recent EOS C70, uses an RF mount - which definitely moves.</p> <p class="quill-block"><img src="https://www.mczdirect.com/img/cms/EOS%20R5%20C/Canon-eos-r5c-1.jpg" alt="Canon EOS R5 C rear" width="900" height="600" /></p> <h2><strong>The EOS R5 with a ventilation system</strong></h2> <p>The EOS R5 and EOS R5 C are almost identical, with only a few changes. The camera body is identical, at 14.2 centimeters wide and 10.1 centimeters high. However, a number of changes have been made to this cinema camera to differentiate it from previous Canon mirrorless cameras. The original R mark has been replaced by the C mark that designates cinema bodies.</p> <p>Note the red shutter release and the small indicator light in the upper left corner of the body. On the back, you'll find at least 13 customizable buttons, to which you can assign one of 80 different capabilities.</p> <p>On the top edge, there is a "new generation" hot shoe, which we had already seen on the <a title="Discover the Canon EOS R3" href="https://www.mczdirect.com/gb/canon-r3/-canon-eos-r3--9689.html"><strong>EOS R3</strong></a>. It makes the EOS R5 C compatible with Tascam's accessories for high quality sound recording by adding more connections.</p> <p>The most important distinction is on the back of the camera. The new Canon EOS R5 C camera includes an active ventilation system, which is placed on the back of the camera (like the Panasonic S1H), to remedy the overheating problems that the EOS R5 suffered from.</p> <p>The EOS R5 C is thus clearly heavier than its big brother (11.1 cm against 8.8 cm). Fortunately, the weight is well contained (680 g).</p> <p>We should be able to shoot very long sequences using this active fan approach. In this regard, consider that the EOS R5 C also removes the 30-minute limit imposed on videos by the (now repealed) European legislation on camcorders.</p> <p>The EOS R5 C also has many of the same components as its big brother, the EOS R5. The 0.5-inch OLED viewfinder with 5.76 megapixels, as well as the tiny top-edge monitor, are both present.</p> <p>The 3.2-inch rear screen is again mounted on a swivel and offers 2.1 million dots, as on the EOS R5. Note that it can be used to see more clearly by activating the Zebra mode or the "false color" control (to more easily view the exposure). A Zebra setting is also available.</p> <p>The EOS R5 C has the same three elements as the EOS R5: a 45 MP CMOS sensor (here unstabilized), a Digic X processor and an RF mount. The three elements that allow to <strong>record videos in 8K</strong> while capturing photos at 70 frames per second in burst (with electronic shutter).</p> <p>Another notable feature is that the EOS R5 C is a dual-headed camera due to its separate photo and video capabilities. The mode dial, for example, must be turned off before switching from photo to video (and vice versa).</p> <p>Even better: the "photo" firmware and the video firmware are completely separate - and different. We find the same menu structure in photo as on the EOS R5 (see below). The autofocus modes, however, are different. WiFi is only accessible in photo mode: you will have to use a separate accessory if you want to use it in video mode.</p> <p>The separate separation of photo and video operations within the same camera is surprising, as it gives the impression of having two separate cameras in the same housing.</p> <p class="quill-block"><img src="https://www.mczdirect.com/img/cms/EOS%20R5%20C/Canon-eos-r5c-3.jpg" alt="Canon EOS R5C top view" width="900" height="600" /></p> <h2><strong>The Canon EOS R5 C records 8K 60p RAW video internally.</strong></h2> <p>Beyond these factors, the EOS R5 C is a serious combat video camera that can shoot RAW in 8K at 30p internally - all thanks to the full width of the sensor. The result is 8192 x 4320 pixels (oversampling) and a maximum bitrate of 2140 Mbps.</p> <p>And, if you want to make the most of this camera's capabilities, it can record up to 60 frames per second... but only if it is connected to an external power source. Otherwise, recording is possible but without the "motorized" functions (aperture, focus, zoom).</p> <p>The EOS R5 C also has "crop" modes that allow filming in Super 35 and Super 16. Note also that the camera can produce 4K (or 2K) images by oversampling the photos taken with 8K resolution.</p> <p>Photos are captured in 12-bit and Cinema RAW Light format, which includes similar color grading options to "classic" Cinema RAW. The latter offers the same degree of color customization as "classic" Cinema RAW, but with smaller file sizes. Canon claims to have incorporated "three distinct variations of the new RAW format": Raw HQ, Raw Standard and Raw Light.</p> <p>However, 8K 60p RAW recording is only available in RAW Light format. The same goes for RAW 8K 25p: it is only available in 5.9K at 25p or 3K at 25/50p (in RAW light). In terms of maximum duration, it takes 31 minutes for 8K 50p, 63 minutes for 8K 25p (in RAW light), 41 minutes for 8K 25p (in RAW standard), and 38 minutes for 5.9K at 25i (in Raw HQ).</p> <p>Obviously, the time required to process low-resolution video is much longer than the time required to process high-resolution video (up to 8 hours in continuous 2.9K at 25p in RAW).</p> <p>The EOS R5 C also has an HDMI output that allows you to record images in 8K RAW. The ability to shoot ProRes RAW footage with the EOS R5 C has been confirmed by the brand, so an Atomos Ninja V+ can be used to capture ProRes RAW video with the EOS R5 C.</p> <h2><img src="https://www.mczdirect.com/img/cms/EOS%20R5%20C/Canon-eos-r5c-6.jpg" alt="Canon R5C rear view" width="900" height="600" /></h2> <h2><strong>There are several possibilities for filming.</strong></h2> <p>The EOS R5 C records in 12-bit Cinema RAW Light format as well as Canon's 10-bit XF-AVC format (up to 810 Mbps). MP4 recording is also available (10-bit HEVC 4:2:2 and 8-bit H.264 4:2:2), especially for creating proxy video files.</p> <p>Therefore, keep in mind that the EOS R5 C allows for two simultaneous recordings thanks to the inclusion of an SDXC slot (UHS-II compatible) next to the CFexpress card slot.</p> <p>The EOS R5 C will also be capable of capturing slow motion footage in 4K at 120p with autofocus, compatible with 10-bit 4:2:2. For colorimetry, the camera offers the ability to capture in Canon Log 3 and is HDR PQ (Perceptual Quantization) compatible for those who want to shoot in HDR.</p> <p>However, there are no built-in ND filters; they remain the domain of the EOS C70 camera. We can rely on user LUT tables to help, as well as the ability to design your own custom LUT.</p> <p>The EOS R5 C is compatible with anamorphic lenses thanks to electronic image decompression in the viewfinder and on connected monitors. All three anamorphic formats 2x, 1.8x and 1.3x are accessible.</p> <p>The EOS R5 C's sensor is not stabilized, but the camera includes an in-body electronic image stabilizer (IS) that can correct motion blur in 5 axes. A system developed by Canon in late 2020 for use with the EOS C500 Mark II RF lenses.</p> <p>The camera takes advantage of the gyro chip built into the lenses to improve roll and pitch stabilization when shooting with RF lenses. In standard mode, 10 percent crop is required, while in "enhanced stability" mode, 30 percent crop is required.</p> <p>The EOS R5 C's Dual Pixel autofocus is inherited from the EOS R5. The camera uses EOS iTR AF X technology in video, with automatic face and head detection and tracking (even when the subject's back is turned or is hidden behind an obstacle). The AF should be able to adjust speed and responsiveness in ten steps each.</p> <p>In still mode, however, the system behaves similarly to the EOS R5; it detects and tracks subjects' eyes.</p> <p>Finally, Canon would like to assure its former customers that their EF mount lenses can be used with the EOS R5 C using EF-RF adapter rings.</p> <p>Therefore, we should note that the camera is compatible with the original EF-EOS R 0.71x adapter ring, which was created for use with Super 35mm cameras.</p> <p>Finally, the EOS R5 C becomes the second camera to be compatible with its RF 5.2mm f/2.8L Dual Fisheye lens and virtual reality platform. </p> <p class="quill-block"><img src="https://www.mczdirect.com/img/cms/EOS%20R5%20C/Canon-eos-r5c-4.jpg" alt="Canon EOS R5C side view" width="900" height="600" /></p> <h2><strong>The EOS R5 C uses the same battery as the EOS R5</strong></h2> <p>When it comes to connectivity, the EOS R5 C is no slouch. In addition to the two "classic" 3.5mm jacks for headphones and microphones, there is a micro-HDMI port and a USB Type C 3.2 port. There is also a DIN Time Code connector and an N3 port for the wired remote control, as mentioned before.</p> <p>In addition, there is the multi-functional flash shoe compatible with the Tascam CA-XLR2dc-C adapter to connect four XLR cables for high quality sound.</p> <p>The R5C can accommodate CFexpress 2.0 Type B cards in its slot. The presence of an SDXC card slot, as mentioned earlier, is a pleasant surprise.</p> <p>On the battery side, the EOS R5 C uses a rechargeable Li-ion LP-E6NH battery, identical to that used in the EOS R5. Canon has indicated a maximum shooting time of 50 minutes in 8K RAW 25p or 35 minutes in 4K XF-AVC 50p at the moment.</p> <p>However, the camera can be used in wired mode with the PD-E1 USB-C adapter or the DR-E6 power coupler (which has the advantage of continuing to power the camera even after it's powered up). Note that the BG-R10 grip of the EOS R5 doubles the battery life.</p> <p>The EOS R5 C is compatible with Bluetooth and Wi-Fi (2.4 and 5 GHz). Video mode requires the use of the WFT-R10 grip, which has Wi-Fi capabilities as well as image transfer to a server.</p> <p>The EOS R5 C, meanwhile, comes with a new Canon CTM app. Exclusively for iOS, it allows you to connect the camera to your iPhone via USB or Wifi to send video and metadata to an external server.</p> <p>The EOS R5 C is also compatible with a "browser remote" feature that allows you to control the camera remotely using its IP address using a basic browser. Finally, the camera is compatible with Canon's image.canon service, created two years ago.</p>
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Canon EOS R5 C Body + 2 SanDisk 64GB Extreme PRO CFexpress Type B-1

Canon EOS R5 C Body + 2 SanDisk 64GB...

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Canon EOS R5 C Body + 3 SanDisk 64GB Extreme PRO CFexpress Type B-1
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<p>Canon has unveiled a new mirrorless camera in the EOS Cinema line, the <strong>Canon EOS R5 C</strong>.</p> <p>It's aimed at experienced videographers and professionals, and it can produce 8K 60p RAW video. It also has the same design as the <a title="Discover the Canon EOS R5" href="https://www.mczdirect.com/gb/canon-eos-r5/-canon-eos-r5-body-2-years-warranty--6394.html"><strong>Canon EOS R5</strong></a>, with an RF mount and active heat dissipation system to prevent overheating.</p> <p>It is also capable of shooting 45MP at 20fps. Here is a summary of all its features.</p> <p id="f70692aa-2b0c-460c-96bc-a1eb3b7279c9" class="quill-block"><img src="https://www.mczdirect.com/img/cms/EOS%20R5%20C/Canon-eos-r5c.jpg" alt="Discover the Canon EOS R5 C" width="900" height="600" /></p> <h2><strong>Canon EOS R5 C: combining the EOS Cinema and EOS R ecosystems</strong></h2> <p>Announced in July 2020, the Canon EOS R5, the first "consumer" (and photo oriented) camera capable of capturing 8K RAW, has been the talk of the town since its launch. Unfortunately, the R5's overheating issues dampened the enthusiasm of videographers at its debut.</p> <p>The Canon EOS R5 C is a new "version" of the EOS R5 camera that is expressly focused on video. The Japanese firm intends this new model mainly for content creators, independent filmmakers, video reporters, corporate photographers or directors specialized in events or documentaries.</p> <p>A big potential target, but the majority of its sales are concentrated on popular cameras that are both photo and video, such as the Sony and Panasonic bodies (hello GH5 and A7S series).</p> <p>The new Canon EOS R5 C camera bridges the gap between the <strong>Canon EOS C cinema line</strong> and the EOS R ecosystem. The latter camera, like the recent EOS C70, uses an RF mount - which definitely moves.</p> <p class="quill-block"><img src="https://www.mczdirect.com/img/cms/EOS%20R5%20C/Canon-eos-r5c-1.jpg" alt="Canon EOS R5 C rear" width="900" height="600" /></p> <h2><strong>The EOS R5 with a ventilation system</strong></h2> <p>The EOS R5 and EOS R5 C are almost identical, with only a few changes. The camera body is identical, at 14.2 centimeters wide and 10.1 centimeters high. However, a number of changes have been made to this cinema camera to differentiate it from previous Canon mirrorless cameras. The original R mark has been replaced by the C mark that designates cinema bodies.</p> <p>Note the red shutter release and the small indicator light in the upper left corner of the body. On the back, you'll find at least 13 customizable buttons, to which you can assign one of 80 different capabilities.</p> <p>On the top edge, there is a "new generation" hot shoe, which we had already seen on the <a title="Discover the Canon EOS R3" href="https://www.mczdirect.com/gb/canon-r3/-canon-eos-r3--9689.html"><strong>EOS R3</strong></a>. It makes the EOS R5 C compatible with Tascam's accessories for high quality sound recording by adding more connections.</p> <p>The most important distinction is on the back of the camera. The new Canon EOS R5 C camera includes an active ventilation system, which is placed on the back of the camera (like the Panasonic S1H), to remedy the overheating problems that the EOS R5 suffered from.</p> <p>The EOS R5 C is thus clearly heavier than its big brother (11.1 cm against 8.8 cm). Fortunately, the weight is well contained (680 g).</p> <p>We should be able to shoot very long sequences using this active fan approach. In this regard, consider that the EOS R5 C also removes the 30-minute limit imposed on videos by the (now repealed) European legislation on camcorders.</p> <p>The EOS R5 C also has many of the same components as its big brother, the EOS R5. The 0.5-inch OLED viewfinder with 5.76 megapixels, as well as the tiny top-edge monitor, are both present.</p> <p>The 3.2-inch rear screen is again mounted on a swivel and offers 2.1 million dots, as on the EOS R5. Note that it can be used to see more clearly by activating the Zebra mode or the "false color" control (to more easily view the exposure). A Zebra setting is also available.</p> <p>The EOS R5 C has the same three elements as the EOS R5: a 45 MP CMOS sensor (here unstabilized), a Digic X processor and an RF mount. The three elements that allow to <strong>record videos in 8K</strong> while capturing photos at 70 frames per second in burst (with electronic shutter).</p> <p>Another notable feature is that the EOS R5 C is a dual-headed camera due to its separate photo and video capabilities. The mode dial, for example, must be turned off before switching from photo to video (and vice versa).</p> <p>Even better: the "photo" firmware and the video firmware are completely separate - and different. We find the same menu structure in photo as on the EOS R5 (see below). The autofocus modes, however, are different. WiFi is only accessible in photo mode: you will have to use a separate accessory if you want to use it in video mode.</p> <p>The separate separation of photo and video operations within the same camera is surprising, as it gives the impression of having two separate cameras in the same housing.</p> <p class="quill-block"><img src="https://www.mczdirect.com/img/cms/EOS%20R5%20C/Canon-eos-r5c-3.jpg" alt="Canon EOS R5C top view" width="900" height="600" /></p> <h2><strong>The Canon EOS R5 C records 8K 60p RAW video internally.</strong></h2> <p>Beyond these factors, the EOS R5 C is a serious combat video camera that can shoot RAW in 8K at 30p internally - all thanks to the full width of the sensor. The result is 8192 x 4320 pixels (oversampling) and a maximum bitrate of 2140 Mbps.</p> <p>And, if you want to make the most of this camera's capabilities, it can record up to 60 frames per second... but only if it is connected to an external power source. Otherwise, recording is possible but without the "motorized" functions (aperture, focus, zoom).</p> <p>The EOS R5 C also has "crop" modes that allow filming in Super 35 and Super 16. Note also that the camera can produce 4K (or 2K) images by oversampling the photos taken with 8K resolution.</p> <p>Photos are captured in 12-bit and Cinema RAW Light format, which includes similar color grading options to "classic" Cinema RAW. The latter offers the same degree of color customization as "classic" Cinema RAW, but with smaller file sizes. Canon claims to have incorporated "three distinct variations of the new RAW format": Raw HQ, Raw Standard and Raw Light.</p> <p>However, 8K 60p RAW recording is only available in RAW Light format. The same goes for RAW 8K 25p: it is only available in 5.9K at 25p or 3K at 25/50p (in RAW light). In terms of maximum duration, it takes 31 minutes for 8K 50p, 63 minutes for 8K 25p (in RAW light), 41 minutes for 8K 25p (in RAW standard), and 38 minutes for 5.9K at 25i (in Raw HQ).</p> <p>Obviously, the time required to process low-resolution video is much longer than the time required to process high-resolution video (up to 8 hours in continuous 2.9K at 25p in RAW).</p> <p>The EOS R5 C also has an HDMI output that allows you to record images in 8K RAW. The ability to shoot ProRes RAW footage with the EOS R5 C has been confirmed by the brand, so an Atomos Ninja V+ can be used to capture ProRes RAW video with the EOS R5 C.</p> <h2><img src="https://www.mczdirect.com/img/cms/EOS%20R5%20C/Canon-eos-r5c-6.jpg" alt="Canon R5C rear view" width="900" height="600" /></h2> <h2><strong>There are several possibilities for filming.</strong></h2> <p>The EOS R5 C records in 12-bit Cinema RAW Light format as well as Canon's 10-bit XF-AVC format (up to 810 Mbps). MP4 recording is also available (10-bit HEVC 4:2:2 and 8-bit H.264 4:2:2), especially for creating proxy video files.</p> <p>Therefore, keep in mind that the EOS R5 C allows for two simultaneous recordings thanks to the inclusion of an SDXC slot (UHS-II compatible) next to the CFexpress card slot.</p> <p>The EOS R5 C will also be capable of capturing slow motion footage in 4K at 120p with autofocus, compatible with 10-bit 4:2:2. For colorimetry, the camera offers the ability to capture in Canon Log 3 and is HDR PQ (Perceptual Quantization) compatible for those who want to shoot in HDR.</p> <p>However, there are no built-in ND filters; they remain the domain of the EOS C70 camera. We can rely on user LUT tables to help, as well as the ability to design your own custom LUT.</p> <p>The EOS R5 C is compatible with anamorphic lenses thanks to electronic image decompression in the viewfinder and on connected monitors. All three anamorphic formats 2x, 1.8x and 1.3x are accessible.</p> <p>The EOS R5 C's sensor is not stabilized, but the camera includes an in-body electronic image stabilizer (IS) that can correct motion blur in 5 axes. A system developed by Canon in late 2020 for use with the EOS C500 Mark II RF lenses.</p> <p>The camera takes advantage of the gyro chip built into the lenses to improve roll and pitch stabilization when shooting with RF lenses. In standard mode, 10 percent crop is required, while in "enhanced stability" mode, 30 percent crop is required.</p> <p>The EOS R5 C's Dual Pixel autofocus is inherited from the EOS R5. The camera uses EOS iTR AF X technology in video, with automatic face and head detection and tracking (even when the subject's back is turned or is hidden behind an obstacle). The AF should be able to adjust speed and responsiveness in ten steps each.</p> <p>In still mode, however, the system behaves similarly to the EOS R5; it detects and tracks subjects' eyes.</p> <p>Finally, Canon would like to assure its former customers that their EF mount lenses can be used with the EOS R5 C using EF-RF adapter rings.</p> <p>Therefore, we should note that the camera is compatible with the original EF-EOS R 0.71x adapter ring, which was created for use with Super 35mm cameras.</p> <p>Finally, the EOS R5 C becomes the second camera to be compatible with its RF 5.2mm f/2.8L Dual Fisheye lens and virtual reality platform. </p> <p class="quill-block"><img src="https://www.mczdirect.com/img/cms/EOS%20R5%20C/Canon-eos-r5c-4.jpg" alt="Canon EOS R5C side view" width="900" height="600" /></p> <h2><strong>The EOS R5 C uses the same battery as the EOS R5</strong></h2> <p>When it comes to connectivity, the EOS R5 C is no slouch. In addition to the two "classic" 3.5mm jacks for headphones and microphones, there is a micro-HDMI port and a USB Type C 3.2 port. There is also a DIN Time Code connector and an N3 port for the wired remote control, as mentioned before.</p> <p>In addition, there is the multi-functional flash shoe compatible with the Tascam CA-XLR2dc-C adapter to connect four XLR cables for high quality sound.</p> <p>The R5C can accommodate CFexpress 2.0 Type B cards in its slot. The presence of an SDXC card slot, as mentioned earlier, is a pleasant surprise.</p> <p>On the battery side, the EOS R5 C uses a rechargeable Li-ion LP-E6NH battery, identical to that used in the EOS R5. Canon has indicated a maximum shooting time of 50 minutes in 8K RAW 25p or 35 minutes in 4K XF-AVC 50p at the moment.</p> <p>However, the camera can be used in wired mode with the PD-E1 USB-C adapter or the DR-E6 power coupler (which has the advantage of continuing to power the camera even after it's powered up). Note that the BG-R10 grip of the EOS R5 doubles the battery life.</p> <p>The EOS R5 C is compatible with Bluetooth and Wi-Fi (2.4 and 5 GHz). Video mode requires the use of the WFT-R10 grip, which has Wi-Fi capabilities as well as image transfer to a server.</p> <p>The EOS R5 C, meanwhile, comes with a new Canon CTM app. Exclusively for iOS, it allows you to connect the camera to your iPhone via USB or Wifi to send video and metadata to an external server.</p> <p>The EOS R5 C is also compatible with a "browser remote" feature that allows you to control the camera remotely using its IP address using a basic browser. Finally, the camera is compatible with Canon's image.canon service, created two years ago.</p>
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Canon EOS R5 C Body + 3 SanDisk 64GB Extreme PRO CFexpress Type B-1

Canon EOS R5 C Body + 3 SanDisk 64GB...

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Canon EOS R5 C Body + 2 SanDisk 128GB Extreme PRO CFexpress Type B-1
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<p>Canon has unveiled a new mirrorless camera in the EOS Cinema line, the <strong>Canon EOS R5 C</strong>.</p> <p>It's aimed at experienced videographers and professionals, and it can produce 8K 60p RAW video. It also has the same design as the <a title="Discover the Canon EOS R5" href="https://www.mczdirect.com/gb/canon-eos-r5/-canon-eos-r5-body-2-years-warranty--6394.html"><strong>Canon EOS R5</strong></a>, with an RF mount and active heat dissipation system to prevent overheating.</p> <p>It is also capable of shooting 45MP at 20fps. Here is a summary of all its features.</p> <p id="f70692aa-2b0c-460c-96bc-a1eb3b7279c9" class="quill-block"><img src="https://www.mczdirect.com/img/cms/EOS%20R5%20C/Canon-eos-r5c.jpg" alt="Discover the Canon EOS R5 C" width="900" height="600" /></p> <h2><strong>Canon EOS R5 C: combining the EOS Cinema and EOS R ecosystems</strong></h2> <p>Announced in July 2020, the Canon EOS R5, the first "consumer" (and photo oriented) camera capable of capturing 8K RAW, has been the talk of the town since its launch. Unfortunately, the R5's overheating issues dampened the enthusiasm of videographers at its debut.</p> <p>The Canon EOS R5 C is a new "version" of the EOS R5 camera that is expressly focused on video. The Japanese firm intends this new model mainly for content creators, independent filmmakers, video reporters, corporate photographers or directors specialized in events or documentaries.</p> <p>A big potential target, but the majority of its sales are concentrated on popular cameras that are both photo and video, such as the Sony and Panasonic bodies (hello GH5 and A7S series).</p> <p>The new Canon EOS R5 C camera bridges the gap between the <strong>Canon EOS C cinema line</strong> and the EOS R ecosystem. The latter camera, like the recent EOS C70, uses an RF mount - which definitely moves.</p> <p class="quill-block"><img src="https://www.mczdirect.com/img/cms/EOS%20R5%20C/Canon-eos-r5c-1.jpg" alt="Canon EOS R5 C rear" width="900" height="600" /></p> <h2><strong>The EOS R5 with a ventilation system</strong></h2> <p>The EOS R5 and EOS R5 C are almost identical, with only a few changes. The camera body is identical, at 14.2 centimeters wide and 10.1 centimeters high. However, a number of changes have been made to this cinema camera to differentiate it from previous Canon mirrorless cameras. The original R mark has been replaced by the C mark that designates cinema bodies.</p> <p>Note the red shutter release and the small indicator light in the upper left corner of the body. On the back, you'll find at least 13 customizable buttons, to which you can assign one of 80 different capabilities.</p> <p>On the top edge, there is a "new generation" hot shoe, which we had already seen on the <a title="Discover the Canon EOS R3" href="https://www.mczdirect.com/gb/canon-r3/-canon-eos-r3--9689.html"><strong>EOS R3</strong></a>. It makes the EOS R5 C compatible with Tascam's accessories for high quality sound recording by adding more connections.</p> <p>The most important distinction is on the back of the camera. The new Canon EOS R5 C camera includes an active ventilation system, which is placed on the back of the camera (like the Panasonic S1H), to remedy the overheating problems that the EOS R5 suffered from.</p> <p>The EOS R5 C is thus clearly heavier than its big brother (11.1 cm against 8.8 cm). Fortunately, the weight is well contained (680 g).</p> <p>We should be able to shoot very long sequences using this active fan approach. In this regard, consider that the EOS R5 C also removes the 30-minute limit imposed on videos by the (now repealed) European legislation on camcorders.</p> <p>The EOS R5 C also has many of the same components as its big brother, the EOS R5. The 0.5-inch OLED viewfinder with 5.76 megapixels, as well as the tiny top-edge monitor, are both present.</p> <p>The 3.2-inch rear screen is again mounted on a swivel and offers 2.1 million dots, as on the EOS R5. Note that it can be used to see more clearly by activating the Zebra mode or the "false color" control (to more easily view the exposure). A Zebra setting is also available.</p> <p>The EOS R5 C has the same three elements as the EOS R5: a 45 MP CMOS sensor (here unstabilized), a Digic X processor and an RF mount. The three elements that allow to <strong>record videos in 8K</strong> while capturing photos at 70 frames per second in burst (with electronic shutter).</p> <p>Another notable feature is that the EOS R5 C is a dual-headed camera due to its separate photo and video capabilities. The mode dial, for example, must be turned off before switching from photo to video (and vice versa).</p> <p>Even better: the "photo" firmware and the video firmware are completely separate - and different. We find the same menu structure in photo as on the EOS R5 (see below). The autofocus modes, however, are different. WiFi is only accessible in photo mode: you will have to use a separate accessory if you want to use it in video mode.</p> <p>The separate separation of photo and video operations within the same camera is surprising, as it gives the impression of having two separate cameras in the same housing.</p> <p class="quill-block"><img src="https://www.mczdirect.com/img/cms/EOS%20R5%20C/Canon-eos-r5c-3.jpg" alt="Canon EOS R5C top view" width="900" height="600" /></p> <h2><strong>The Canon EOS R5 C records 8K 60p RAW video internally.</strong></h2> <p>Beyond these factors, the EOS R5 C is a serious combat video camera that can shoot RAW in 8K at 30p internally - all thanks to the full width of the sensor. The result is 8192 x 4320 pixels (oversampling) and a maximum bitrate of 2140 Mbps.</p> <p>And, if you want to make the most of this camera's capabilities, it can record up to 60 frames per second... but only if it is connected to an external power source. Otherwise, recording is possible but without the "motorized" functions (aperture, focus, zoom).</p> <p>The EOS R5 C also has "crop" modes that allow filming in Super 35 and Super 16. Note also that the camera can produce 4K (or 2K) images by oversampling the photos taken with 8K resolution.</p> <p>Photos are captured in 12-bit and Cinema RAW Light format, which includes similar color grading options to "classic" Cinema RAW. The latter offers the same degree of color customization as "classic" Cinema RAW, but with smaller file sizes. Canon claims to have incorporated "three distinct variations of the new RAW format": Raw HQ, Raw Standard and Raw Light.</p> <p>However, 8K 60p RAW recording is only available in RAW Light format. The same goes for RAW 8K 25p: it is only available in 5.9K at 25p or 3K at 25/50p (in RAW light). In terms of maximum duration, it takes 31 minutes for 8K 50p, 63 minutes for 8K 25p (in RAW light), 41 minutes for 8K 25p (in RAW standard), and 38 minutes for 5.9K at 25i (in Raw HQ).</p> <p>Obviously, the time required to process low-resolution video is much longer than the time required to process high-resolution video (up to 8 hours in continuous 2.9K at 25p in RAW).</p> <p>The EOS R5 C also has an HDMI output that allows you to record images in 8K RAW. The ability to shoot ProRes RAW footage with the EOS R5 C has been confirmed by the brand, so an Atomos Ninja V+ can be used to capture ProRes RAW video with the EOS R5 C.</p> <h2><img src="https://www.mczdirect.com/img/cms/EOS%20R5%20C/Canon-eos-r5c-6.jpg" alt="Canon R5C rear view" width="900" height="600" /></h2> <h2><strong>There are several possibilities for filming.</strong></h2> <p>The EOS R5 C records in 12-bit Cinema RAW Light format as well as Canon's 10-bit XF-AVC format (up to 810 Mbps). MP4 recording is also available (10-bit HEVC 4:2:2 and 8-bit H.264 4:2:2), especially for creating proxy video files.</p> <p>Therefore, keep in mind that the EOS R5 C allows for two simultaneous recordings thanks to the inclusion of an SDXC slot (UHS-II compatible) next to the CFexpress card slot.</p> <p>The EOS R5 C will also be capable of capturing slow motion footage in 4K at 120p with autofocus, compatible with 10-bit 4:2:2. For colorimetry, the camera offers the ability to capture in Canon Log 3 and is HDR PQ (Perceptual Quantization) compatible for those who want to shoot in HDR.</p> <p>However, there are no built-in ND filters; they remain the domain of the EOS C70 camera. We can rely on user LUT tables to help, as well as the ability to design your own custom LUT.</p> <p>The EOS R5 C is compatible with anamorphic lenses thanks to electronic image decompression in the viewfinder and on connected monitors. All three anamorphic formats 2x, 1.8x and 1.3x are accessible.</p> <p>The EOS R5 C's sensor is not stabilized, but the camera includes an in-body electronic image stabilizer (IS) that can correct motion blur in 5 axes. A system developed by Canon in late 2020 for use with the EOS C500 Mark II RF lenses.</p> <p>The camera takes advantage of the gyro chip built into the lenses to improve roll and pitch stabilization when shooting with RF lenses. In standard mode, 10 percent crop is required, while in "enhanced stability" mode, 30 percent crop is required.</p> <p>The EOS R5 C's Dual Pixel autofocus is inherited from the EOS R5. The camera uses EOS iTR AF X technology in video, with automatic face and head detection and tracking (even when the subject's back is turned or is hidden behind an obstacle). The AF should be able to adjust speed and responsiveness in ten steps each.</p> <p>In still mode, however, the system behaves similarly to the EOS R5; it detects and tracks subjects' eyes.</p> <p>Finally, Canon would like to assure its former customers that their EF mount lenses can be used with the EOS R5 C using EF-RF adapter rings.</p> <p>Therefore, we should note that the camera is compatible with the original EF-EOS R 0.71x adapter ring, which was created for use with Super 35mm cameras.</p> <p>Finally, the EOS R5 C becomes the second camera to be compatible with its RF 5.2mm f/2.8L Dual Fisheye lens and virtual reality platform. </p> <p class="quill-block"><img src="https://www.mczdirect.com/img/cms/EOS%20R5%20C/Canon-eos-r5c-4.jpg" alt="Canon EOS R5C side view" width="900" height="600" /></p> <h2><strong>The EOS R5 C uses the same battery as the EOS R5</strong></h2> <p>When it comes to connectivity, the EOS R5 C is no slouch. In addition to the two "classic" 3.5mm jacks for headphones and microphones, there is a micro-HDMI port and a USB Type C 3.2 port. There is also a DIN Time Code connector and an N3 port for the wired remote control, as mentioned before.</p> <p>In addition, there is the multi-functional flash shoe compatible with the Tascam CA-XLR2dc-C adapter to connect four XLR cables for high quality sound.</p> <p>The R5C can accommodate CFexpress 2.0 Type B cards in its slot. The presence of an SDXC card slot, as mentioned earlier, is a pleasant surprise.</p> <p>On the battery side, the EOS R5 C uses a rechargeable Li-ion LP-E6NH battery, identical to that used in the EOS R5. Canon has indicated a maximum shooting time of 50 minutes in 8K RAW 25p or 35 minutes in 4K XF-AVC 50p at the moment.</p> <p>However, the camera can be used in wired mode with the PD-E1 USB-C adapter or the DR-E6 power coupler (which has the advantage of continuing to power the camera even after it's powered up). Note that the BG-R10 grip of the EOS R5 doubles the battery life.</p> <p>The EOS R5 C is compatible with Bluetooth and Wi-Fi (2.4 and 5 GHz). Video mode requires the use of the WFT-R10 grip, which has Wi-Fi capabilities as well as image transfer to a server.</p> <p>The EOS R5 C, meanwhile, comes with a new Canon CTM app. Exclusively for iOS, it allows you to connect the camera to your iPhone via USB or Wifi to send video and metadata to an external server.</p> <p>The EOS R5 C is also compatible with a "browser remote" feature that allows you to control the camera remotely using its IP address using a basic browser. Finally, the camera is compatible with Canon's image.canon service, created two years ago.</p>
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<p>Canon has unveiled a new mirrorless camera in the EOS Cinema line, the <strong>Canon EOS R5 C</strong>.</p> <p>It's aimed at experienced videographers and professionals, and it can produce 8K 60p RAW video. It also has the same design as the <a title="Discover the Canon EOS R5" href="https://www.mczdirect.com/gb/canon-eos-r5/-canon-eos-r5-body-2-years-warranty--6394.html"><strong>Canon EOS R5</strong></a>, with an RF mount and active heat dissipation system to prevent overheating.</p> <p>It is also capable of shooting 45MP at 20fps. Here is a summary of all its features.</p> <p id="f70692aa-2b0c-460c-96bc-a1eb3b7279c9" class="quill-block"><img src="https://www.mczdirect.com/img/cms/EOS%20R5%20C/Canon-eos-r5c.jpg" alt="Discover the Canon EOS R5 C" width="900" height="600" /></p> <h2><strong>Canon EOS R5 C: combining the EOS Cinema and EOS R ecosystems</strong></h2> <p>Announced in July 2020, the Canon EOS R5, the first "consumer" (and photo oriented) camera capable of capturing 8K RAW, has been the talk of the town since its launch. Unfortunately, the R5's overheating issues dampened the enthusiasm of videographers at its debut.</p> <p>The Canon EOS R5 C is a new "version" of the EOS R5 camera that is expressly focused on video. The Japanese firm intends this new model mainly for content creators, independent filmmakers, video reporters, corporate photographers or directors specialized in events or documentaries.</p> <p>A big potential target, but the majority of its sales are concentrated on popular cameras that are both photo and video, such as the Sony and Panasonic bodies (hello GH5 and A7S series).</p> <p>The new Canon EOS R5 C camera bridges the gap between the <strong>Canon EOS C cinema line</strong> and the EOS R ecosystem. The latter camera, like the recent EOS C70, uses an RF mount - which definitely moves.</p> <p class="quill-block"><img src="https://www.mczdirect.com/img/cms/EOS%20R5%20C/Canon-eos-r5c-1.jpg" alt="Canon EOS R5 C rear" width="900" height="600" /></p> <h2><strong>The EOS R5 with a ventilation system</strong></h2> <p>The EOS R5 and EOS R5 C are almost identical, with only a few changes. The camera body is identical, at 14.2 centimeters wide and 10.1 centimeters high. However, a number of changes have been made to this cinema camera to differentiate it from previous Canon mirrorless cameras. The original R mark has been replaced by the C mark that designates cinema bodies.</p> <p>Note the red shutter release and the small indicator light in the upper left corner of the body. On the back, you'll find at least 13 customizable buttons, to which you can assign one of 80 different capabilities.</p> <p>On the top edge, there is a "new generation" hot shoe, which we had already seen on the <a title="Discover the Canon EOS R3" href="https://www.mczdirect.com/gb/canon-r3/-canon-eos-r3--9689.html"><strong>EOS R3</strong></a>. It makes the EOS R5 C compatible with Tascam's accessories for high quality sound recording by adding more connections.</p> <p>The most important distinction is on the back of the camera. The new Canon EOS R5 C camera includes an active ventilation system, which is placed on the back of the camera (like the Panasonic S1H), to remedy the overheating problems that the EOS R5 suffered from.</p> <p>The EOS R5 C is thus clearly heavier than its big brother (11.1 cm against 8.8 cm). Fortunately, the weight is well contained (680 g).</p> <p>We should be able to shoot very long sequences using this active fan approach. In this regard, consider that the EOS R5 C also removes the 30-minute limit imposed on videos by the (now repealed) European legislation on camcorders.</p> <p>The EOS R5 C also has many of the same components as its big brother, the EOS R5. The 0.5-inch OLED viewfinder with 5.76 megapixels, as well as the tiny top-edge monitor, are both present.</p> <p>The 3.2-inch rear screen is again mounted on a swivel and offers 2.1 million dots, as on the EOS R5. Note that it can be used to see more clearly by activating the Zebra mode or the "false color" control (to more easily view the exposure). A Zebra setting is also available.</p> <p>The EOS R5 C has the same three elements as the EOS R5: a 45 MP CMOS sensor (here unstabilized), a Digic X processor and an RF mount. The three elements that allow to <strong>record videos in 8K</strong> while capturing photos at 70 frames per second in burst (with electronic shutter).</p> <p>Another notable feature is that the EOS R5 C is a dual-headed camera due to its separate photo and video capabilities. The mode dial, for example, must be turned off before switching from photo to video (and vice versa).</p> <p>Even better: the "photo" firmware and the video firmware are completely separate - and different. We find the same menu structure in photo as on the EOS R5 (see below). The autofocus modes, however, are different. WiFi is only accessible in photo mode: you will have to use a separate accessory if you want to use it in video mode.</p> <p>The separate separation of photo and video operations within the same camera is surprising, as it gives the impression of having two separate cameras in the same housing.</p> <p class="quill-block"><img src="https://www.mczdirect.com/img/cms/EOS%20R5%20C/Canon-eos-r5c-3.jpg" alt="Canon EOS R5C top view" width="900" height="600" /></p> <h2><strong>The Canon EOS R5 C records 8K 60p RAW video internally.</strong></h2> <p>Beyond these factors, the EOS R5 C is a serious combat video camera that can shoot RAW in 8K at 30p internally - all thanks to the full width of the sensor. The result is 8192 x 4320 pixels (oversampling) and a maximum bitrate of 2140 Mbps.</p> <p>And, if you want to make the most of this camera's capabilities, it can record up to 60 frames per second... but only if it is connected to an external power source. Otherwise, recording is possible but without the "motorized" functions (aperture, focus, zoom).</p> <p>The EOS R5 C also has "crop" modes that allow filming in Super 35 and Super 16. Note also that the camera can produce 4K (or 2K) images by oversampling the photos taken with 8K resolution.</p> <p>Photos are captured in 12-bit and Cinema RAW Light format, which includes similar color grading options to "classic" Cinema RAW. The latter offers the same degree of color customization as "classic" Cinema RAW, but with smaller file sizes. Canon claims to have incorporated "three distinct variations of the new RAW format": Raw HQ, Raw Standard and Raw Light.</p> <p>However, 8K 60p RAW recording is only available in RAW Light format. The same goes for RAW 8K 25p: it is only available in 5.9K at 25p or 3K at 25/50p (in RAW light). In terms of maximum duration, it takes 31 minutes for 8K 50p, 63 minutes for 8K 25p (in RAW light), 41 minutes for 8K 25p (in RAW standard), and 38 minutes for 5.9K at 25i (in Raw HQ).</p> <p>Obviously, the time required to process low-resolution video is much longer than the time required to process high-resolution video (up to 8 hours in continuous 2.9K at 25p in RAW).</p> <p>The EOS R5 C also has an HDMI output that allows you to record images in 8K RAW. The ability to shoot ProRes RAW footage with the EOS R5 C has been confirmed by the brand, so an Atomos Ninja V+ can be used to capture ProRes RAW video with the EOS R5 C.</p> <h2><img src="https://www.mczdirect.com/img/cms/EOS%20R5%20C/Canon-eos-r5c-6.jpg" alt="Canon R5C rear view" width="900" height="600" /></h2> <h2><strong>There are several possibilities for filming.</strong></h2> <p>The EOS R5 C records in 12-bit Cinema RAW Light format as well as Canon's 10-bit XF-AVC format (up to 810 Mbps). MP4 recording is also available (10-bit HEVC 4:2:2 and 8-bit H.264 4:2:2), especially for creating proxy video files.</p> <p>Therefore, keep in mind that the EOS R5 C allows for two simultaneous recordings thanks to the inclusion of an SDXC slot (UHS-II compatible) next to the CFexpress card slot.</p> <p>The EOS R5 C will also be capable of capturing slow motion footage in 4K at 120p with autofocus, compatible with 10-bit 4:2:2. For colorimetry, the camera offers the ability to capture in Canon Log 3 and is HDR PQ (Perceptual Quantization) compatible for those who want to shoot in HDR.</p> <p>However, there are no built-in ND filters; they remain the domain of the EOS C70 camera. We can rely on user LUT tables to help, as well as the ability to design your own custom LUT.</p> <p>The EOS R5 C is compatible with anamorphic lenses thanks to electronic image decompression in the viewfinder and on connected monitors. All three anamorphic formats 2x, 1.8x and 1.3x are accessible.</p> <p>The EOS R5 C's sensor is not stabilized, but the camera includes an in-body electronic image stabilizer (IS) that can correct motion blur in 5 axes. A system developed by Canon in late 2020 for use with the EOS C500 Mark II RF lenses.</p> <p>The camera takes advantage of the gyro chip built into the lenses to improve roll and pitch stabilization when shooting with RF lenses. In standard mode, 10 percent crop is required, while in "enhanced stability" mode, 30 percent crop is required.</p> <p>The EOS R5 C's Dual Pixel autofocus is inherited from the EOS R5. The camera uses EOS iTR AF X technology in video, with automatic face and head detection and tracking (even when the subject's back is turned or is hidden behind an obstacle). The AF should be able to adjust speed and responsiveness in ten steps each.</p> <p>In still mode, however, the system behaves similarly to the EOS R5; it detects and tracks subjects' eyes.</p> <p>Finally, Canon would like to assure its former customers that their EF mount lenses can be used with the EOS R5 C using EF-RF adapter rings.</p> <p>Therefore, we should note that the camera is compatible with the original EF-EOS R 0.71x adapter ring, which was created for use with Super 35mm cameras.</p> <p>Finally, the EOS R5 C becomes the second camera to be compatible with its RF 5.2mm f/2.8L Dual Fisheye lens and virtual reality platform. </p> <p class="quill-block"><img src="https://www.mczdirect.com/img/cms/EOS%20R5%20C/Canon-eos-r5c-4.jpg" alt="Canon EOS R5C side view" width="900" height="600" /></p> <h2><strong>The EOS R5 C uses the same battery as the EOS R5</strong></h2> <p>When it comes to connectivity, the EOS R5 C is no slouch. In addition to the two "classic" 3.5mm jacks for headphones and microphones, there is a micro-HDMI port and a USB Type C 3.2 port. There is also a DIN Time Code connector and an N3 port for the wired remote control, as mentioned before.</p> <p>In addition, there is the multi-functional flash shoe compatible with the Tascam CA-XLR2dc-C adapter to connect four XLR cables for high quality sound.</p> <p>The R5C can accommodate CFexpress 2.0 Type B cards in its slot. The presence of an SDXC card slot, as mentioned earlier, is a pleasant surprise.</p> <p>On the battery side, the EOS R5 C uses a rechargeable Li-ion LP-E6NH battery, identical to that used in the EOS R5. Canon has indicated a maximum shooting time of 50 minutes in 8K RAW 25p or 35 minutes in 4K XF-AVC 50p at the moment.</p> <p>However, the camera can be used in wired mode with the PD-E1 USB-C adapter or the DR-E6 power coupler (which has the advantage of continuing to power the camera even after it's powered up). Note that the BG-R10 grip of the EOS R5 doubles the battery life.</p> <p>The EOS R5 C is compatible with Bluetooth and Wi-Fi (2.4 and 5 GHz). Video mode requires the use of the WFT-R10 grip, which has Wi-Fi capabilities as well as image transfer to a server.</p> <p>The EOS R5 C, meanwhile, comes with a new Canon CTM app. Exclusively for iOS, it allows you to connect the camera to your iPhone via USB or Wifi to send video and metadata to an external server.</p> <p>The EOS R5 C is also compatible with a "browser remote" feature that allows you to control the camera remotely using its IP address using a basic browser. Finally, the camera is compatible with Canon's image.canon service, created two years ago.</p>
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Canon EOS R5 C Body + 2 SanDisk 32GB Extreme PRO UHS-II SDXC 300 MB/s-1

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<p>Canon has unveiled a new mirrorless camera in the EOS Cinema line, the <strong>Canon EOS R5 C</strong>.</p> <p>It's aimed at experienced videographers and professionals, and it can produce 8K 60p RAW video. It also has the same design as the <a title="Discover the Canon EOS R5" href="https://www.mczdirect.com/gb/canon-eos-r5/-canon-eos-r5-body-2-years-warranty--6394.html"><strong>Canon EOS R5</strong></a>, with an RF mount and active heat dissipation system to prevent overheating.</p> <p>It is also capable of shooting 45MP at 20fps. Here is a summary of all its features.</p> <p id="f70692aa-2b0c-460c-96bc-a1eb3b7279c9" class="quill-block"><img src="https://www.mczdirect.com/img/cms/EOS%20R5%20C/Canon-eos-r5c.jpg" alt="Discover the Canon EOS R5 C" width="900" height="600" /></p> <h2><strong>Canon EOS R5 C: combining the EOS Cinema and EOS R ecosystems</strong></h2> <p>Announced in July 2020, the Canon EOS R5, the first "consumer" (and photo oriented) camera capable of capturing 8K RAW, has been the talk of the town since its launch. Unfortunately, the R5's overheating issues dampened the enthusiasm of videographers at its debut.</p> <p>The Canon EOS R5 C is a new "version" of the EOS R5 camera that is expressly focused on video. The Japanese firm intends this new model mainly for content creators, independent filmmakers, video reporters, corporate photographers or directors specialized in events or documentaries.</p> <p>A big potential target, but the majority of its sales are concentrated on popular cameras that are both photo and video, such as the Sony and Panasonic bodies (hello GH5 and A7S series).</p> <p>The new Canon EOS R5 C camera bridges the gap between the <strong>Canon EOS C cinema line</strong> and the EOS R ecosystem. The latter camera, like the recent EOS C70, uses an RF mount - which definitely moves.</p> <p class="quill-block"><img src="https://www.mczdirect.com/img/cms/EOS%20R5%20C/Canon-eos-r5c-1.jpg" alt="Canon EOS R5 C rear" width="900" height="600" /></p> <h2><strong>The EOS R5 with a ventilation system</strong></h2> <p>The EOS R5 and EOS R5 C are almost identical, with only a few changes. The camera body is identical, at 14.2 centimeters wide and 10.1 centimeters high. However, a number of changes have been made to this cinema camera to differentiate it from previous Canon mirrorless cameras. The original R mark has been replaced by the C mark that designates cinema bodies.</p> <p>Note the red shutter release and the small indicator light in the upper left corner of the body. On the back, you'll find at least 13 customizable buttons, to which you can assign one of 80 different capabilities.</p> <p>On the top edge, there is a "new generation" hot shoe, which we had already seen on the <a title="Discover the Canon EOS R3" href="https://www.mczdirect.com/gb/canon-r3/-canon-eos-r3--9689.html"><strong>EOS R3</strong></a>. It makes the EOS R5 C compatible with Tascam's accessories for high quality sound recording by adding more connections.</p> <p>The most important distinction is on the back of the camera. The new Canon EOS R5 C camera includes an active ventilation system, which is placed on the back of the camera (like the Panasonic S1H), to remedy the overheating problems that the EOS R5 suffered from.</p> <p>The EOS R5 C is thus clearly heavier than its big brother (11.1 cm against 8.8 cm). Fortunately, the weight is well contained (680 g).</p> <p>We should be able to shoot very long sequences using this active fan approach. In this regard, consider that the EOS R5 C also removes the 30-minute limit imposed on videos by the (now repealed) European legislation on camcorders.</p> <p>The EOS R5 C also has many of the same components as its big brother, the EOS R5. The 0.5-inch OLED viewfinder with 5.76 megapixels, as well as the tiny top-edge monitor, are both present.</p> <p>The 3.2-inch rear screen is again mounted on a swivel and offers 2.1 million dots, as on the EOS R5. Note that it can be used to see more clearly by activating the Zebra mode or the "false color" control (to more easily view the exposure). A Zebra setting is also available.</p> <p>The EOS R5 C has the same three elements as the EOS R5: a 45 MP CMOS sensor (here unstabilized), a Digic X processor and an RF mount. The three elements that allow to <strong>record videos in 8K</strong> while capturing photos at 70 frames per second in burst (with electronic shutter).</p> <p>Another notable feature is that the EOS R5 C is a dual-headed camera due to its separate photo and video capabilities. The mode dial, for example, must be turned off before switching from photo to video (and vice versa).</p> <p>Even better: the "photo" firmware and the video firmware are completely separate - and different. We find the same menu structure in photo as on the EOS R5 (see below). The autofocus modes, however, are different. WiFi is only accessible in photo mode: you will have to use a separate accessory if you want to use it in video mode.</p> <p>The separate separation of photo and video operations within the same camera is surprising, as it gives the impression of having two separate cameras in the same housing.</p> <p class="quill-block"><img src="https://www.mczdirect.com/img/cms/EOS%20R5%20C/Canon-eos-r5c-3.jpg" alt="Canon EOS R5C top view" width="900" height="600" /></p> <h2><strong>The Canon EOS R5 C records 8K 60p RAW video internally.</strong></h2> <p>Beyond these factors, the EOS R5 C is a serious combat video camera that can shoot RAW in 8K at 30p internally - all thanks to the full width of the sensor. The result is 8192 x 4320 pixels (oversampling) and a maximum bitrate of 2140 Mbps.</p> <p>And, if you want to make the most of this camera's capabilities, it can record up to 60 frames per second... but only if it is connected to an external power source. Otherwise, recording is possible but without the "motorized" functions (aperture, focus, zoom).</p> <p>The EOS R5 C also has "crop" modes that allow filming in Super 35 and Super 16. Note also that the camera can produce 4K (or 2K) images by oversampling the photos taken with 8K resolution.</p> <p>Photos are captured in 12-bit and Cinema RAW Light format, which includes similar color grading options to "classic" Cinema RAW. The latter offers the same degree of color customization as "classic" Cinema RAW, but with smaller file sizes. Canon claims to have incorporated "three distinct variations of the new RAW format": Raw HQ, Raw Standard and Raw Light.</p> <p>However, 8K 60p RAW recording is only available in RAW Light format. The same goes for RAW 8K 25p: it is only available in 5.9K at 25p or 3K at 25/50p (in RAW light). In terms of maximum duration, it takes 31 minutes for 8K 50p, 63 minutes for 8K 25p (in RAW light), 41 minutes for 8K 25p (in RAW standard), and 38 minutes for 5.9K at 25i (in Raw HQ).</p> <p>Obviously, the time required to process low-resolution video is much longer than the time required to process high-resolution video (up to 8 hours in continuous 2.9K at 25p in RAW).</p> <p>The EOS R5 C also has an HDMI output that allows you to record images in 8K RAW. The ability to shoot ProRes RAW footage with the EOS R5 C has been confirmed by the brand, so an Atomos Ninja V+ can be used to capture ProRes RAW video with the EOS R5 C.</p> <h2><img src="https://www.mczdirect.com/img/cms/EOS%20R5%20C/Canon-eos-r5c-6.jpg" alt="Canon R5C rear view" width="900" height="600" /></h2> <h2><strong>There are several possibilities for filming.</strong></h2> <p>The EOS R5 C records in 12-bit Cinema RAW Light format as well as Canon's 10-bit XF-AVC format (up to 810 Mbps). MP4 recording is also available (10-bit HEVC 4:2:2 and 8-bit H.264 4:2:2), especially for creating proxy video files.</p> <p>Therefore, keep in mind that the EOS R5 C allows for two simultaneous recordings thanks to the inclusion of an SDXC slot (UHS-II compatible) next to the CFexpress card slot.</p> <p>The EOS R5 C will also be capable of capturing slow motion footage in 4K at 120p with autofocus, compatible with 10-bit 4:2:2. For colorimetry, the camera offers the ability to capture in Canon Log 3 and is HDR PQ (Perceptual Quantization) compatible for those who want to shoot in HDR.</p> <p>However, there are no built-in ND filters; they remain the domain of the EOS C70 camera. We can rely on user LUT tables to help, as well as the ability to design your own custom LUT.</p> <p>The EOS R5 C is compatible with anamorphic lenses thanks to electronic image decompression in the viewfinder and on connected monitors. All three anamorphic formats 2x, 1.8x and 1.3x are accessible.</p> <p>The EOS R5 C's sensor is not stabilized, but the camera includes an in-body electronic image stabilizer (IS) that can correct motion blur in 5 axes. A system developed by Canon in late 2020 for use with the EOS C500 Mark II RF lenses.</p> <p>The camera takes advantage of the gyro chip built into the lenses to improve roll and pitch stabilization when shooting with RF lenses. In standard mode, 10 percent crop is required, while in "enhanced stability" mode, 30 percent crop is required.</p> <p>The EOS R5 C's Dual Pixel autofocus is inherited from the EOS R5. The camera uses EOS iTR AF X technology in video, with automatic face and head detection and tracking (even when the subject's back is turned or is hidden behind an obstacle). The AF should be able to adjust speed and responsiveness in ten steps each.</p> <p>In still mode, however, the system behaves similarly to the EOS R5; it detects and tracks subjects' eyes.</p> <p>Finally, Canon would like to assure its former customers that their EF mount lenses can be used with the EOS R5 C using EF-RF adapter rings.</p> <p>Therefore, we should note that the camera is compatible with the original EF-EOS R 0.71x adapter ring, which was created for use with Super 35mm cameras.</p> <p>Finally, the EOS R5 C becomes the second camera to be compatible with its RF 5.2mm f/2.8L Dual Fisheye lens and virtual reality platform. </p> <p class="quill-block"><img src="https://www.mczdirect.com/img/cms/EOS%20R5%20C/Canon-eos-r5c-4.jpg" alt="Canon EOS R5C side view" width="900" height="600" /></p> <h2><strong>The EOS R5 C uses the same battery as the EOS R5</strong></h2> <p>When it comes to connectivity, the EOS R5 C is no slouch. In addition to the two "classic" 3.5mm jacks for headphones and microphones, there is a micro-HDMI port and a USB Type C 3.2 port. There is also a DIN Time Code connector and an N3 port for the wired remote control, as mentioned before.</p> <p>In addition, there is the multi-functional flash shoe compatible with the Tascam CA-XLR2dc-C adapter to connect four XLR cables for high quality sound.</p> <p>The R5C can accommodate CFexpress 2.0 Type B cards in its slot. The presence of an SDXC card slot, as mentioned earlier, is a pleasant surprise.</p> <p>On the battery side, the EOS R5 C uses a rechargeable Li-ion LP-E6NH battery, identical to that used in the EOS R5. Canon has indicated a maximum shooting time of 50 minutes in 8K RAW 25p or 35 minutes in 4K XF-AVC 50p at the moment.</p> <p>However, the camera can be used in wired mode with the PD-E1 USB-C adapter or the DR-E6 power coupler (which has the advantage of continuing to power the camera even after it's powered up). Note that the BG-R10 grip of the EOS R5 doubles the battery life.</p> <p>The EOS R5 C is compatible with Bluetooth and Wi-Fi (2.4 and 5 GHz). Video mode requires the use of the WFT-R10 grip, which has Wi-Fi capabilities as well as image transfer to a server.</p> <p>The EOS R5 C, meanwhile, comes with a new Canon CTM app. Exclusively for iOS, it allows you to connect the camera to your iPhone via USB or Wifi to send video and metadata to an external server.</p> <p>The EOS R5 C is also compatible with a "browser remote" feature that allows you to control the camera remotely using its IP address using a basic browser. Finally, the camera is compatible with Canon's image.canon service, created two years ago.</p>
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<p>Canon has unveiled a new mirrorless camera in the EOS Cinema line, the <strong>Canon EOS R5 C</strong>.</p> <p>It's aimed at experienced videographers and professionals, and it can produce 8K 60p RAW video. It also has the same design as the <a title="Discover the Canon EOS R5" href="https://www.mczdirect.com/gb/canon-eos-r5/-canon-eos-r5-body-2-years-warranty--6394.html"><strong>Canon EOS R5</strong></a>, with an RF mount and active heat dissipation system to prevent overheating.</p> <p>It is also capable of shooting 45MP at 20fps. Here is a summary of all its features.</p> <p id="f70692aa-2b0c-460c-96bc-a1eb3b7279c9" class="quill-block"><img src="https://www.mczdirect.com/img/cms/EOS%20R5%20C/Canon-eos-r5c.jpg" alt="Discover the Canon EOS R5 C" width="900" height="600" /></p> <h2><strong>Canon EOS R5 C: combining the EOS Cinema and EOS R ecosystems</strong></h2> <p>Announced in July 2020, the Canon EOS R5, the first "consumer" (and photo oriented) camera capable of capturing 8K RAW, has been the talk of the town since its launch. Unfortunately, the R5's overheating issues dampened the enthusiasm of videographers at its debut.</p> <p>The Canon EOS R5 C is a new "version" of the EOS R5 camera that is expressly focused on video. The Japanese firm intends this new model mainly for content creators, independent filmmakers, video reporters, corporate photographers or directors specialized in events or documentaries.</p> <p>A big potential target, but the majority of its sales are concentrated on popular cameras that are both photo and video, such as the Sony and Panasonic bodies (hello GH5 and A7S series).</p> <p>The new Canon EOS R5 C camera bridges the gap between the <strong>Canon EOS C cinema line</strong> and the EOS R ecosystem. The latter camera, like the recent EOS C70, uses an RF mount - which definitely moves.</p> <p class="quill-block"><img src="https://www.mczdirect.com/img/cms/EOS%20R5%20C/Canon-eos-r5c-1.jpg" alt="Canon EOS R5 C rear" width="900" height="600" /></p> <h2><strong>The EOS R5 with a ventilation system</strong></h2> <p>The EOS R5 and EOS R5 C are almost identical, with only a few changes. The camera body is identical, at 14.2 centimeters wide and 10.1 centimeters high. However, a number of changes have been made to this cinema camera to differentiate it from previous Canon mirrorless cameras. The original R mark has been replaced by the C mark that designates cinema bodies.</p> <p>Note the red shutter release and the small indicator light in the upper left corner of the body. On the back, you'll find at least 13 customizable buttons, to which you can assign one of 80 different capabilities.</p> <p>On the top edge, there is a "new generation" hot shoe, which we had already seen on the <a title="Discover the Canon EOS R3" href="https://www.mczdirect.com/gb/canon-r3/-canon-eos-r3--9689.html"><strong>EOS R3</strong></a>. It makes the EOS R5 C compatible with Tascam's accessories for high quality sound recording by adding more connections.</p> <p>The most important distinction is on the back of the camera. The new Canon EOS R5 C camera includes an active ventilation system, which is placed on the back of the camera (like the Panasonic S1H), to remedy the overheating problems that the EOS R5 suffered from.</p> <p>The EOS R5 C is thus clearly heavier than its big brother (11.1 cm against 8.8 cm). Fortunately, the weight is well contained (680 g).</p> <p>We should be able to shoot very long sequences using this active fan approach. In this regard, consider that the EOS R5 C also removes the 30-minute limit imposed on videos by the (now repealed) European legislation on camcorders.</p> <p>The EOS R5 C also has many of the same components as its big brother, the EOS R5. The 0.5-inch OLED viewfinder with 5.76 megapixels, as well as the tiny top-edge monitor, are both present.</p> <p>The 3.2-inch rear screen is again mounted on a swivel and offers 2.1 million dots, as on the EOS R5. Note that it can be used to see more clearly by activating the Zebra mode or the "false color" control (to more easily view the exposure). A Zebra setting is also available.</p> <p>The EOS R5 C has the same three elements as the EOS R5: a 45 MP CMOS sensor (here unstabilized), a Digic X processor and an RF mount. The three elements that allow to <strong>record videos in 8K</strong> while capturing photos at 70 frames per second in burst (with electronic shutter).</p> <p>Another notable feature is that the EOS R5 C is a dual-headed camera due to its separate photo and video capabilities. The mode dial, for example, must be turned off before switching from photo to video (and vice versa).</p> <p>Even better: the "photo" firmware and the video firmware are completely separate - and different. We find the same menu structure in photo as on the EOS R5 (see below). The autofocus modes, however, are different. WiFi is only accessible in photo mode: you will have to use a separate accessory if you want to use it in video mode.</p> <p>The separate separation of photo and video operations within the same camera is surprising, as it gives the impression of having two separate cameras in the same housing.</p> <p class="quill-block"><img src="https://www.mczdirect.com/img/cms/EOS%20R5%20C/Canon-eos-r5c-3.jpg" alt="Canon EOS R5C top view" width="900" height="600" /></p> <h2><strong>The Canon EOS R5 C records 8K 60p RAW video internally.</strong></h2> <p>Beyond these factors, the EOS R5 C is a serious combat video camera that can shoot RAW in 8K at 30p internally - all thanks to the full width of the sensor. The result is 8192 x 4320 pixels (oversampling) and a maximum bitrate of 2140 Mbps.</p> <p>And, if you want to make the most of this camera's capabilities, it can record up to 60 frames per second... but only if it is connected to an external power source. Otherwise, recording is possible but without the "motorized" functions (aperture, focus, zoom).</p> <p>The EOS R5 C also has "crop" modes that allow filming in Super 35 and Super 16. Note also that the camera can produce 4K (or 2K) images by oversampling the photos taken with 8K resolution.</p> <p>Photos are captured in 12-bit and Cinema RAW Light format, which includes similar color grading options to "classic" Cinema RAW. The latter offers the same degree of color customization as "classic" Cinema RAW, but with smaller file sizes. Canon claims to have incorporated "three distinct variations of the new RAW format": Raw HQ, Raw Standard and Raw Light.</p> <p>However, 8K 60p RAW recording is only available in RAW Light format. The same goes for RAW 8K 25p: it is only available in 5.9K at 25p or 3K at 25/50p (in RAW light). In terms of maximum duration, it takes 31 minutes for 8K 50p, 63 minutes for 8K 25p (in RAW light), 41 minutes for 8K 25p (in RAW standard), and 38 minutes for 5.9K at 25i (in Raw HQ).</p> <p>Obviously, the time required to process low-resolution video is much longer than the time required to process high-resolution video (up to 8 hours in continuous 2.9K at 25p in RAW).</p> <p>The EOS R5 C also has an HDMI output that allows you to record images in 8K RAW. The ability to shoot ProRes RAW footage with the EOS R5 C has been confirmed by the brand, so an Atomos Ninja V+ can be used to capture ProRes RAW video with the EOS R5 C.</p> <h2><img src="https://www.mczdirect.com/img/cms/EOS%20R5%20C/Canon-eos-r5c-6.jpg" alt="Canon R5C rear view" width="900" height="600" /></h2> <h2><strong>There are several possibilities for filming.</strong></h2> <p>The EOS R5 C records in 12-bit Cinema RAW Light format as well as Canon's 10-bit XF-AVC format (up to 810 Mbps). MP4 recording is also available (10-bit HEVC 4:2:2 and 8-bit H.264 4:2:2), especially for creating proxy video files.</p> <p>Therefore, keep in mind that the EOS R5 C allows for two simultaneous recordings thanks to the inclusion of an SDXC slot (UHS-II compatible) next to the CFexpress card slot.</p> <p>The EOS R5 C will also be capable of capturing slow motion footage in 4K at 120p with autofocus, compatible with 10-bit 4:2:2. For colorimetry, the camera offers the ability to capture in Canon Log 3 and is HDR PQ (Perceptual Quantization) compatible for those who want to shoot in HDR.</p> <p>However, there are no built-in ND filters; they remain the domain of the EOS C70 camera. We can rely on user LUT tables to help, as well as the ability to design your own custom LUT.</p> <p>The EOS R5 C is compatible with anamorphic lenses thanks to electronic image decompression in the viewfinder and on connected monitors. All three anamorphic formats 2x, 1.8x and 1.3x are accessible.</p> <p>The EOS R5 C's sensor is not stabilized, but the camera includes an in-body electronic image stabilizer (IS) that can correct motion blur in 5 axes. A system developed by Canon in late 2020 for use with the EOS C500 Mark II RF lenses.</p> <p>The camera takes advantage of the gyro chip built into the lenses to improve roll and pitch stabilization when shooting with RF lenses. In standard mode, 10 percent crop is required, while in "enhanced stability" mode, 30 percent crop is required.</p> <p>The EOS R5 C's Dual Pixel autofocus is inherited from the EOS R5. The camera uses EOS iTR AF X technology in video, with automatic face and head detection and tracking (even when the subject's back is turned or is hidden behind an obstacle). The AF should be able to adjust speed and responsiveness in ten steps each.</p> <p>In still mode, however, the system behaves similarly to the EOS R5; it detects and tracks subjects' eyes.</p> <p>Finally, Canon would like to assure its former customers that their EF mount lenses can be used with the EOS R5 C using EF-RF adapter rings.</p> <p>Therefore, we should note that the camera is compatible with the original EF-EOS R 0.71x adapter ring, which was created for use with Super 35mm cameras.</p> <p>Finally, the EOS R5 C becomes the second camera to be compatible with its RF 5.2mm f/2.8L Dual Fisheye lens and virtual reality platform. </p> <p class="quill-block"><img src="https://www.mczdirect.com/img/cms/EOS%20R5%20C/Canon-eos-r5c-4.jpg" alt="Canon EOS R5C side view" width="900" height="600" /></p> <h2><strong>The EOS R5 C uses the same battery as the EOS R5</strong></h2> <p>When it comes to connectivity, the EOS R5 C is no slouch. In addition to the two "classic" 3.5mm jacks for headphones and microphones, there is a micro-HDMI port and a USB Type C 3.2 port. There is also a DIN Time Code connector and an N3 port for the wired remote control, as mentioned before.</p> <p>In addition, there is the multi-functional flash shoe compatible with the Tascam CA-XLR2dc-C adapter to connect four XLR cables for high quality sound.</p> <p>The R5C can accommodate CFexpress 2.0 Type B cards in its slot. The presence of an SDXC card slot, as mentioned earlier, is a pleasant surprise.</p> <p>On the battery side, the EOS R5 C uses a rechargeable Li-ion LP-E6NH battery, identical to that used in the EOS R5. Canon has indicated a maximum shooting time of 50 minutes in 8K RAW 25p or 35 minutes in 4K XF-AVC 50p at the moment.</p> <p>However, the camera can be used in wired mode with the PD-E1 USB-C adapter or the DR-E6 power coupler (which has the advantage of continuing to power the camera even after it's powered up). Note that the BG-R10 grip of the EOS R5 doubles the battery life.</p> <p>The EOS R5 C is compatible with Bluetooth and Wi-Fi (2.4 and 5 GHz). Video mode requires the use of the WFT-R10 grip, which has Wi-Fi capabilities as well as image transfer to a server.</p> <p>The EOS R5 C, meanwhile, comes with a new Canon CTM app. Exclusively for iOS, it allows you to connect the camera to your iPhone via USB or Wifi to send video and metadata to an external server.</p> <p>The EOS R5 C is also compatible with a "browser remote" feature that allows you to control the camera remotely using its IP address using a basic browser. Finally, the camera is compatible with Canon's image.canon service, created two years ago.</p>
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<p>Canon has unveiled a new mirrorless camera in the EOS Cinema line, the <strong>Canon EOS R5 C</strong>.</p> <p>It's aimed at experienced videographers and professionals, and it can produce 8K 60p RAW video. It also has the same design as the <a title="Discover the Canon EOS R5" href="https://www.mczdirect.com/gb/canon-eos-r5/-canon-eos-r5-body-2-years-warranty--6394.html"><strong>Canon EOS R5</strong></a>, with an RF mount and active heat dissipation system to prevent overheating.</p> <p>It is also capable of shooting 45MP at 20fps. Here is a summary of all its features.</p> <p id="f70692aa-2b0c-460c-96bc-a1eb3b7279c9" class="quill-block"><img src="https://www.mczdirect.com/img/cms/EOS%20R5%20C/Canon-eos-r5c.jpg" alt="Discover the Canon EOS R5 C" width="900" height="600" /></p> <h2><strong>Canon EOS R5 C: combining the EOS Cinema and EOS R ecosystems</strong></h2> <p>Announced in July 2020, the Canon EOS R5, the first "consumer" (and photo oriented) camera capable of capturing 8K RAW, has been the talk of the town since its launch. Unfortunately, the R5's overheating issues dampened the enthusiasm of videographers at its debut.</p> <p>The Canon EOS R5 C is a new "version" of the EOS R5 camera that is expressly focused on video. The Japanese firm intends this new model mainly for content creators, independent filmmakers, video reporters, corporate photographers or directors specialized in events or documentaries.</p> <p>A big potential target, but the majority of its sales are concentrated on popular cameras that are both photo and video, such as the Sony and Panasonic bodies (hello GH5 and A7S series).</p> <p>The new Canon EOS R5 C camera bridges the gap between the <strong>Canon EOS C cinema line</strong> and the EOS R ecosystem. The latter camera, like the recent EOS C70, uses an RF mount - which definitely moves.</p> <p class="quill-block"><img src="https://www.mczdirect.com/img/cms/EOS%20R5%20C/Canon-eos-r5c-1.jpg" alt="Canon EOS R5 C rear" width="900" height="600" /></p> <h2><strong>The EOS R5 with a ventilation system</strong></h2> <p>The EOS R5 and EOS R5 C are almost identical, with only a few changes. The camera body is identical, at 14.2 centimeters wide and 10.1 centimeters high. However, a number of changes have been made to this cinema camera to differentiate it from previous Canon mirrorless cameras. The original R mark has been replaced by the C mark that designates cinema bodies.</p> <p>Note the red shutter release and the small indicator light in the upper left corner of the body. On the back, you'll find at least 13 customizable buttons, to which you can assign one of 80 different capabilities.</p> <p>On the top edge, there is a "new generation" hot shoe, which we had already seen on the <a title="Discover the Canon EOS R3" href="https://www.mczdirect.com/gb/canon-r3/-canon-eos-r3--9689.html"><strong>EOS R3</strong></a>. It makes the EOS R5 C compatible with Tascam's accessories for high quality sound recording by adding more connections.</p> <p>The most important distinction is on the back of the camera. The new Canon EOS R5 C camera includes an active ventilation system, which is placed on the back of the camera (like the Panasonic S1H), to remedy the overheating problems that the EOS R5 suffered from.</p> <p>The EOS R5 C is thus clearly heavier than its big brother (11.1 cm against 8.8 cm). Fortunately, the weight is well contained (680 g).</p> <p>We should be able to shoot very long sequences using this active fan approach. In this regard, consider that the EOS R5 C also removes the 30-minute limit imposed on videos by the (now repealed) European legislation on camcorders.</p> <p>The EOS R5 C also has many of the same components as its big brother, the EOS R5. The 0.5-inch OLED viewfinder with 5.76 megapixels, as well as the tiny top-edge monitor, are both present.</p> <p>The 3.2-inch rear screen is again mounted on a swivel and offers 2.1 million dots, as on the EOS R5. Note that it can be used to see more clearly by activating the Zebra mode or the "false color" control (to more easily view the exposure). A Zebra setting is also available.</p> <p>The EOS R5 C has the same three elements as the EOS R5: a 45 MP CMOS sensor (here unstabilized), a Digic X processor and an RF mount. The three elements that allow to <strong>record videos in 8K</strong> while capturing photos at 70 frames per second in burst (with electronic shutter).</p> <p>Another notable feature is that the EOS R5 C is a dual-headed camera due to its separate photo and video capabilities. The mode dial, for example, must be turned off before switching from photo to video (and vice versa).</p> <p>Even better: the "photo" firmware and the video firmware are completely separate - and different. We find the same menu structure in photo as on the EOS R5 (see below). The autofocus modes, however, are different. WiFi is only accessible in photo mode: you will have to use a separate accessory if you want to use it in video mode.</p> <p>The separate separation of photo and video operations within the same camera is surprising, as it gives the impression of having two separate cameras in the same housing.</p> <p class="quill-block"><img src="https://www.mczdirect.com/img/cms/EOS%20R5%20C/Canon-eos-r5c-3.jpg" alt="Canon EOS R5C top view" width="900" height="600" /></p> <h2><strong>The Canon EOS R5 C records 8K 60p RAW video internally.</strong></h2> <p>Beyond these factors, the EOS R5 C is a serious combat video camera that can shoot RAW in 8K at 30p internally - all thanks to the full width of the sensor. The result is 8192 x 4320 pixels (oversampling) and a maximum bitrate of 2140 Mbps.</p> <p>And, if you want to make the most of this camera's capabilities, it can record up to 60 frames per second... but only if it is connected to an external power source. Otherwise, recording is possible but without the "motorized" functions (aperture, focus, zoom).</p> <p>The EOS R5 C also has "crop" modes that allow filming in Super 35 and Super 16. Note also that the camera can produce 4K (or 2K) images by oversampling the photos taken with 8K resolution.</p> <p>Photos are captured in 12-bit and Cinema RAW Light format, which includes similar color grading options to "classic" Cinema RAW. The latter offers the same degree of color customization as "classic" Cinema RAW, but with smaller file sizes. Canon claims to have incorporated "three distinct variations of the new RAW format": Raw HQ, Raw Standard and Raw Light.</p> <p>However, 8K 60p RAW recording is only available in RAW Light format. The same goes for RAW 8K 25p: it is only available in 5.9K at 25p or 3K at 25/50p (in RAW light). In terms of maximum duration, it takes 31 minutes for 8K 50p, 63 minutes for 8K 25p (in RAW light), 41 minutes for 8K 25p (in RAW standard), and 38 minutes for 5.9K at 25i (in Raw HQ).</p> <p>Obviously, the time required to process low-resolution video is much longer than the time required to process high-resolution video (up to 8 hours in continuous 2.9K at 25p in RAW).</p> <p>The EOS R5 C also has an HDMI output that allows you to record images in 8K RAW. The ability to shoot ProRes RAW footage with the EOS R5 C has been confirmed by the brand, so an Atomos Ninja V+ can be used to capture ProRes RAW video with the EOS R5 C.</p> <h2><img src="https://www.mczdirect.com/img/cms/EOS%20R5%20C/Canon-eos-r5c-6.jpg" alt="Canon R5C rear view" width="900" height="600" /></h2> <h2><strong>There are several possibilities for filming.</strong></h2> <p>The EOS R5 C records in 12-bit Cinema RAW Light format as well as Canon's 10-bit XF-AVC format (up to 810 Mbps). MP4 recording is also available (10-bit HEVC 4:2:2 and 8-bit H.264 4:2:2), especially for creating proxy video files.</p> <p>Therefore, keep in mind that the EOS R5 C allows for two simultaneous recordings thanks to the inclusion of an SDXC slot (UHS-II compatible) next to the CFexpress card slot.</p> <p>The EOS R5 C will also be capable of capturing slow motion footage in 4K at 120p with autofocus, compatible with 10-bit 4:2:2. For colorimetry, the camera offers the ability to capture in Canon Log 3 and is HDR PQ (Perceptual Quantization) compatible for those who want to shoot in HDR.</p> <p>However, there are no built-in ND filters; they remain the domain of the EOS C70 camera. We can rely on user LUT tables to help, as well as the ability to design your own custom LUT.</p> <p>The EOS R5 C is compatible with anamorphic lenses thanks to electronic image decompression in the viewfinder and on connected monitors. All three anamorphic formats 2x, 1.8x and 1.3x are accessible.</p> <p>The EOS R5 C's sensor is not stabilized, but the camera includes an in-body electronic image stabilizer (IS) that can correct motion blur in 5 axes. A system developed by Canon in late 2020 for use with the EOS C500 Mark II RF lenses.</p> <p>The camera takes advantage of the gyro chip built into the lenses to improve roll and pitch stabilization when shooting with RF lenses. In standard mode, 10 percent crop is required, while in "enhanced stability" mode, 30 percent crop is required.</p> <p>The EOS R5 C's Dual Pixel autofocus is inherited from the EOS R5. The camera uses EOS iTR AF X technology in video, with automatic face and head detection and tracking (even when the subject's back is turned or is hidden behind an obstacle). The AF should be able to adjust speed and responsiveness in ten steps each.</p> <p>In still mode, however, the system behaves similarly to the EOS R5; it detects and tracks subjects' eyes.</p> <p>Finally, Canon would like to assure its former customers that their EF mount lenses can be used with the EOS R5 C using EF-RF adapter rings.</p> <p>Therefore, we should note that the camera is compatible with the original EF-EOS R 0.71x adapter ring, which was created for use with Super 35mm cameras.</p> <p>Finally, the EOS R5 C becomes the second camera to be compatible with its RF 5.2mm f/2.8L Dual Fisheye lens and virtual reality platform. </p> <p class="quill-block"><img src="https://www.mczdirect.com/img/cms/EOS%20R5%20C/Canon-eos-r5c-4.jpg" alt="Canon EOS R5C side view" width="900" height="600" /></p> <h2><strong>The EOS R5 C uses the same battery as the EOS R5</strong></h2> <p>When it comes to connectivity, the EOS R5 C is no slouch. In addition to the two "classic" 3.5mm jacks for headphones and microphones, there is a micro-HDMI port and a USB Type C 3.2 port. There is also a DIN Time Code connector and an N3 port for the wired remote control, as mentioned before.</p> <p>In addition, there is the multi-functional flash shoe compatible with the Tascam CA-XLR2dc-C adapter to connect four XLR cables for high quality sound.</p> <p>The R5C can accommodate CFexpress 2.0 Type B cards in its slot. The presence of an SDXC card slot, as mentioned earlier, is a pleasant surprise.</p> <p>On the battery side, the EOS R5 C uses a rechargeable Li-ion LP-E6NH battery, identical to that used in the EOS R5. Canon has indicated a maximum shooting time of 50 minutes in 8K RAW 25p or 35 minutes in 4K XF-AVC 50p at the moment.</p> <p>However, the camera can be used in wired mode with the PD-E1 USB-C adapter or the DR-E6 power coupler (which has the advantage of continuing to power the camera even after it's powered up). Note that the BG-R10 grip of the EOS R5 doubles the battery life.</p> <p>The EOS R5 C is compatible with Bluetooth and Wi-Fi (2.4 and 5 GHz). Video mode requires the use of the WFT-R10 grip, which has Wi-Fi capabilities as well as image transfer to a server.</p> <p>The EOS R5 C, meanwhile, comes with a new Canon CTM app. Exclusively for iOS, it allows you to connect the camera to your iPhone via USB or Wifi to send video and metadata to an external server.</p> <p>The EOS R5 C is also compatible with a "browser remote" feature that allows you to control the camera remotely using its IP address using a basic browser. Finally, the camera is compatible with Canon's image.canon service, created two years ago.</p>
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Canon EOS R5 C Body + 2 SanDisk 64GB Extreme PRO UHS-II SDXC 300 MB/s-1

Canon EOS R5 C Body + 2 SanDisk 64GB...

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5/ 5
<p>Canon has unveiled a new mirrorless camera in the EOS Cinema line, the <strong>Canon EOS R5 C</strong>.</p> <p>It's aimed at experienced videographers and professionals, and it can produce 8K 60p RAW video. It also has the same design as the <a title="Discover the Canon EOS R5" href="https://www.mczdirect.com/gb/canon-eos-r5/-canon-eos-r5-body-2-years-warranty--6394.html"><strong>Canon EOS R5</strong></a>, with an RF mount and active heat dissipation system to prevent overheating.</p> <p>It is also capable of shooting 45MP at 20fps. Here is a summary of all its features.</p> <p id="f70692aa-2b0c-460c-96bc-a1eb3b7279c9" class="quill-block"><img src="https://www.mczdirect.com/img/cms/EOS%20R5%20C/Canon-eos-r5c.jpg" alt="Discover the Canon EOS R5 C" width="900" height="600" /></p> <h2><strong>Canon EOS R5 C: combining the EOS Cinema and EOS R ecosystems</strong></h2> <p>Announced in July 2020, the Canon EOS R5, the first "consumer" (and photo oriented) camera capable of capturing 8K RAW, has been the talk of the town since its launch. Unfortunately, the R5's overheating issues dampened the enthusiasm of videographers at its debut.</p> <p>The Canon EOS R5 C is a new "version" of the EOS R5 camera that is expressly focused on video. The Japanese firm intends this new model mainly for content creators, independent filmmakers, video reporters, corporate photographers or directors specialized in events or documentaries.</p> <p>A big potential target, but the majority of its sales are concentrated on popular cameras that are both photo and video, such as the Sony and Panasonic bodies (hello GH5 and A7S series).</p> <p>The new Canon EOS R5 C camera bridges the gap between the <strong>Canon EOS C cinema line</strong> and the EOS R ecosystem. The latter camera, like the recent EOS C70, uses an RF mount - which definitely moves.</p> <p class="quill-block"><img src="https://www.mczdirect.com/img/cms/EOS%20R5%20C/Canon-eos-r5c-1.jpg" alt="Canon EOS R5 C rear" width="900" height="600" /></p> <h2><strong>The EOS R5 with a ventilation system</strong></h2> <p>The EOS R5 and EOS R5 C are almost identical, with only a few changes. The camera body is identical, at 14.2 centimeters wide and 10.1 centimeters high. However, a number of changes have been made to this cinema camera to differentiate it from previous Canon mirrorless cameras. The original R mark has been replaced by the C mark that designates cinema bodies.</p> <p>Note the red shutter release and the small indicator light in the upper left corner of the body. On the back, you'll find at least 13 customizable buttons, to which you can assign one of 80 different capabilities.</p> <p>On the top edge, there is a "new generation" hot shoe, which we had already seen on the <a title="Discover the Canon EOS R3" href="https://www.mczdirect.com/gb/canon-r3/-canon-eos-r3--9689.html"><strong>EOS R3</strong></a>. It makes the EOS R5 C compatible with Tascam's accessories for high quality sound recording by adding more connections.</p> <p>The most important distinction is on the back of the camera. The new Canon EOS R5 C camera includes an active ventilation system, which is placed on the back of the camera (like the Panasonic S1H), to remedy the overheating problems that the EOS R5 suffered from.</p> <p>The EOS R5 C is thus clearly heavier than its big brother (11.1 cm against 8.8 cm). Fortunately, the weight is well contained (680 g).</p> <p>We should be able to shoot very long sequences using this active fan approach. In this regard, consider that the EOS R5 C also removes the 30-minute limit imposed on videos by the (now repealed) European legislation on camcorders.</p> <p>The EOS R5 C also has many of the same components as its big brother, the EOS R5. The 0.5-inch OLED viewfinder with 5.76 megapixels, as well as the tiny top-edge monitor, are both present.</p> <p>The 3.2-inch rear screen is again mounted on a swivel and offers 2.1 million dots, as on the EOS R5. Note that it can be used to see more clearly by activating the Zebra mode or the "false color" control (to more easily view the exposure). A Zebra setting is also available.</p> <p>The EOS R5 C has the same three elements as the EOS R5: a 45 MP CMOS sensor (here unstabilized), a Digic X processor and an RF mount. The three elements that allow to <strong>record videos in 8K</strong> while capturing photos at 70 frames per second in burst (with electronic shutter).</p> <p>Another notable feature is that the EOS R5 C is a dual-headed camera due to its separate photo and video capabilities. The mode dial, for example, must be turned off before switching from photo to video (and vice versa).</p> <p>Even better: the "photo" firmware and the video firmware are completely separate - and different. We find the same menu structure in photo as on the EOS R5 (see below). The autofocus modes, however, are different. WiFi is only accessible in photo mode: you will have to use a separate accessory if you want to use it in video mode.</p> <p>The separate separation of photo and video operations within the same camera is surprising, as it gives the impression of having two separate cameras in the same housing.</p> <p class="quill-block"><img src="https://www.mczdirect.com/img/cms/EOS%20R5%20C/Canon-eos-r5c-3.jpg" alt="Canon EOS R5C top view" width="900" height="600" /></p> <h2><strong>The Canon EOS R5 C records 8K 60p RAW video internally.</strong></h2> <p>Beyond these factors, the EOS R5 C is a serious combat video camera that can shoot RAW in 8K at 30p internally - all thanks to the full width of the sensor. The result is 8192 x 4320 pixels (oversampling) and a maximum bitrate of 2140 Mbps.</p> <p>And, if you want to make the most of this camera's capabilities, it can record up to 60 frames per second... but only if it is connected to an external power source. Otherwise, recording is possible but without the "motorized" functions (aperture, focus, zoom).</p> <p>The EOS R5 C also has "crop" modes that allow filming in Super 35 and Super 16. Note also that the camera can produce 4K (or 2K) images by oversampling the photos taken with 8K resolution.</p> <p>Photos are captured in 12-bit and Cinema RAW Light format, which includes similar color grading options to "classic" Cinema RAW. The latter offers the same degree of color customization as "classic" Cinema RAW, but with smaller file sizes. Canon claims to have incorporated "three distinct variations of the new RAW format": Raw HQ, Raw Standard and Raw Light.</p> <p>However, 8K 60p RAW recording is only available in RAW Light format. The same goes for RAW 8K 25p: it is only available in 5.9K at 25p or 3K at 25/50p (in RAW light). In terms of maximum duration, it takes 31 minutes for 8K 50p, 63 minutes for 8K 25p (in RAW light), 41 minutes for 8K 25p (in RAW standard), and 38 minutes for 5.9K at 25i (in Raw HQ).</p> <p>Obviously, the time required to process low-resolution video is much longer than the time required to process high-resolution video (up to 8 hours in continuous 2.9K at 25p in RAW).</p> <p>The EOS R5 C also has an HDMI output that allows you to record images in 8K RAW. The ability to shoot ProRes RAW footage with the EOS R5 C has been confirmed by the brand, so an Atomos Ninja V+ can be used to capture ProRes RAW video with the EOS R5 C.</p> <h2><img src="https://www.mczdirect.com/img/cms/EOS%20R5%20C/Canon-eos-r5c-6.jpg" alt="Canon R5C rear view" width="900" height="600" /></h2> <h2><strong>There are several possibilities for filming.</strong></h2> <p>The EOS R5 C records in 12-bit Cinema RAW Light format as well as Canon's 10-bit XF-AVC format (up to 810 Mbps). MP4 recording is also available (10-bit HEVC 4:2:2 and 8-bit H.264 4:2:2), especially for creating proxy video files.</p> <p>Therefore, keep in mind that the EOS R5 C allows for two simultaneous recordings thanks to the inclusion of an SDXC slot (UHS-II compatible) next to the CFexpress card slot.</p> <p>The EOS R5 C will also be capable of capturing slow motion footage in 4K at 120p with autofocus, compatible with 10-bit 4:2:2. For colorimetry, the camera offers the ability to capture in Canon Log 3 and is HDR PQ (Perceptual Quantization) compatible for those who want to shoot in HDR.</p> <p>However, there are no built-in ND filters; they remain the domain of the EOS C70 camera. We can rely on user LUT tables to help, as well as the ability to design your own custom LUT.</p> <p>The EOS R5 C is compatible with anamorphic lenses thanks to electronic image decompression in the viewfinder and on connected monitors. All three anamorphic formats 2x, 1.8x and 1.3x are accessible.</p> <p>The EOS R5 C's sensor is not stabilized, but the camera includes an in-body electronic image stabilizer (IS) that can correct motion blur in 5 axes. A system developed by Canon in late 2020 for use with the EOS C500 Mark II RF lenses.</p> <p>The camera takes advantage of the gyro chip built into the lenses to improve roll and pitch stabilization when shooting with RF lenses. In standard mode, 10 percent crop is required, while in "enhanced stability" mode, 30 percent crop is required.</p> <p>The EOS R5 C's Dual Pixel autofocus is inherited from the EOS R5. The camera uses EOS iTR AF X technology in video, with automatic face and head detection and tracking (even when the subject's back is turned or is hidden behind an obstacle). The AF should be able to adjust speed and responsiveness in ten steps each.</p> <p>In still mode, however, the system behaves similarly to the EOS R5; it detects and tracks subjects' eyes.</p> <p>Finally, Canon would like to assure its former customers that their EF mount lenses can be used with the EOS R5 C using EF-RF adapter rings.</p> <p>Therefore, we should note that the camera is compatible with the original EF-EOS R 0.71x adapter ring, which was created for use with Super 35mm cameras.</p> <p>Finally, the EOS R5 C becomes the second camera to be compatible with its RF 5.2mm f/2.8L Dual Fisheye lens and virtual reality platform. </p> <p class="quill-block"><img src="https://www.mczdirect.com/img/cms/EOS%20R5%20C/Canon-eos-r5c-4.jpg" alt="Canon EOS R5C side view" width="900" height="600" /></p> <h2><strong>The EOS R5 C uses the same battery as the EOS R5</strong></h2> <p>When it comes to connectivity, the EOS R5 C is no slouch. In addition to the two "classic" 3.5mm jacks for headphones and microphones, there is a micro-HDMI port and a USB Type C 3.2 port. There is also a DIN Time Code connector and an N3 port for the wired remote control, as mentioned before.</p> <p>In addition, there is the multi-functional flash shoe compatible with the Tascam CA-XLR2dc-C adapter to connect four XLR cables for high quality sound.</p> <p>The R5C can accommodate CFexpress 2.0 Type B cards in its slot. The presence of an SDXC card slot, as mentioned earlier, is a pleasant surprise.</p> <p>On the battery side, the EOS R5 C uses a rechargeable Li-ion LP-E6NH battery, identical to that used in the EOS R5. Canon has indicated a maximum shooting time of 50 minutes in 8K RAW 25p or 35 minutes in 4K XF-AVC 50p at the moment.</p> <p>However, the camera can be used in wired mode with the PD-E1 USB-C adapter or the DR-E6 power coupler (which has the advantage of continuing to power the camera even after it's powered up). Note that the BG-R10 grip of the EOS R5 doubles the battery life.</p> <p>The EOS R5 C is compatible with Bluetooth and Wi-Fi (2.4 and 5 GHz). Video mode requires the use of the WFT-R10 grip, which has Wi-Fi capabilities as well as image transfer to a server.</p> <p>The EOS R5 C, meanwhile, comes with a new Canon CTM app. Exclusively for iOS, it allows you to connect the camera to your iPhone via USB or Wifi to send video and metadata to an external server.</p> <p>The EOS R5 C is also compatible with a "browser remote" feature that allows you to control the camera remotely using its IP address using a basic browser. Finally, the camera is compatible with Canon's image.canon service, created two years ago.</p>
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Canon EOS R5 C Body - EOS Cinema Camera-1

Canon EOS R5 C Body - EOS Cinema Camera

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Canon EOS R5 C Body + 2 SanDisk 256GB Extreme PRO CFexpress Type B-1
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<p>Canon has unveiled a new mirrorless camera in the EOS Cinema line, the <strong>Canon EOS R5 C</strong>.</p> <p>It's aimed at experienced videographers and professionals, and it can produce 8K 60p RAW video. It also has the same design as the <a title="Discover the Canon EOS R5" href="https://www.mczdirect.com/gb/canon-eos-r5/-canon-eos-r5-body-2-years-warranty--6394.html"><strong>Canon EOS R5</strong></a>, with an RF mount and active heat dissipation system to prevent overheating.</p> <p>It is also capable of shooting 45MP at 20fps. Here is a summary of all its features.</p> <p id="f70692aa-2b0c-460c-96bc-a1eb3b7279c9" class="quill-block"><img src="https://www.mczdirect.com/img/cms/EOS%20R5%20C/Canon-eos-r5c.jpg" alt="Discover the Canon EOS R5 C" width="900" height="600" /></p> <h2><strong>Canon EOS R5 C: combining the EOS Cinema and EOS R ecosystems</strong></h2> <p>Announced in July 2020, the Canon EOS R5, the first "consumer" (and photo oriented) camera capable of capturing 8K RAW, has been the talk of the town since its launch. Unfortunately, the R5's overheating issues dampened the enthusiasm of videographers at its debut.</p> <p>The Canon EOS R5 C is a new "version" of the EOS R5 camera that is expressly focused on video. The Japanese firm intends this new model mainly for content creators, independent filmmakers, video reporters, corporate photographers or directors specialized in events or documentaries.</p> <p>A big potential target, but the majority of its sales are concentrated on popular cameras that are both photo and video, such as the Sony and Panasonic bodies (hello GH5 and A7S series).</p> <p>The new Canon EOS R5 C camera bridges the gap between the <strong>Canon EOS C cinema line</strong> and the EOS R ecosystem. The latter camera, like the recent EOS C70, uses an RF mount - which definitely moves.</p> <p class="quill-block"><img src="https://www.mczdirect.com/img/cms/EOS%20R5%20C/Canon-eos-r5c-1.jpg" alt="Canon EOS R5 C rear" width="900" height="600" /></p> <h2><strong>The EOS R5 with a ventilation system</strong></h2> <p>The EOS R5 and EOS R5 C are almost identical, with only a few changes. The camera body is identical, at 14.2 centimeters wide and 10.1 centimeters high. However, a number of changes have been made to this cinema camera to differentiate it from previous Canon mirrorless cameras. The original R mark has been replaced by the C mark that designates cinema bodies.</p> <p>Note the red shutter release and the small indicator light in the upper left corner of the body. On the back, you'll find at least 13 customizable buttons, to which you can assign one of 80 different capabilities.</p> <p>On the top edge, there is a "new generation" hot shoe, which we had already seen on the <a title="Discover the Canon EOS R3" href="https://www.mczdirect.com/gb/canon-r3/-canon-eos-r3--9689.html"><strong>EOS R3</strong></a>. It makes the EOS R5 C compatible with Tascam's accessories for high quality sound recording by adding more connections.</p> <p>The most important distinction is on the back of the camera. The new Canon EOS R5 C camera includes an active ventilation system, which is placed on the back of the camera (like the Panasonic S1H), to remedy the overheating problems that the EOS R5 suffered from.</p> <p>The EOS R5 C is thus clearly heavier than its big brother (11.1 cm against 8.8 cm). Fortunately, the weight is well contained (680 g).</p> <p>We should be able to shoot very long sequences using this active fan approach. In this regard, consider that the EOS R5 C also removes the 30-minute limit imposed on videos by the (now repealed) European legislation on camcorders.</p> <p>The EOS R5 C also has many of the same components as its big brother, the EOS R5. The 0.5-inch OLED viewfinder with 5.76 megapixels, as well as the tiny top-edge monitor, are both present.</p> <p>The 3.2-inch rear screen is again mounted on a swivel and offers 2.1 million dots, as on the EOS R5. Note that it can be used to see more clearly by activating the Zebra mode or the "false color" control (to more easily view the exposure). A Zebra setting is also available.</p> <p>The EOS R5 C has the same three elements as the EOS R5: a 45 MP CMOS sensor (here unstabilized), a Digic X processor and an RF mount. The three elements that allow to <strong>record videos in 8K</strong> while capturing photos at 70 frames per second in burst (with electronic shutter).</p> <p>Another notable feature is that the EOS R5 C is a dual-headed camera due to its separate photo and video capabilities. The mode dial, for example, must be turned off before switching from photo to video (and vice versa).</p> <p>Even better: the "photo" firmware and the video firmware are completely separate - and different. We find the same menu structure in photo as on the EOS R5 (see below). The autofocus modes, however, are different. WiFi is only accessible in photo mode: you will have to use a separate accessory if you want to use it in video mode.</p> <p>The separate separation of photo and video operations within the same camera is surprising, as it gives the impression of having two separate cameras in the same housing.</p> <p class="quill-block"><img src="https://www.mczdirect.com/img/cms/EOS%20R5%20C/Canon-eos-r5c-3.jpg" alt="Canon EOS R5C top view" width="900" height="600" /></p> <h2><strong>The Canon EOS R5 C records 8K 60p RAW video internally.</strong></h2> <p>Beyond these factors, the EOS R5 C is a serious combat video camera that can shoot RAW in 8K at 30p internally - all thanks to the full width of the sensor. The result is 8192 x 4320 pixels (oversampling) and a maximum bitrate of 2140 Mbps.</p> <p>And, if you want to make the most of this camera's capabilities, it can record up to 60 frames per second... but only if it is connected to an external power source. Otherwise, recording is possible but without the "motorized" functions (aperture, focus, zoom).</p> <p>The EOS R5 C also has "crop" modes that allow filming in Super 35 and Super 16. Note also that the camera can produce 4K (or 2K) images by oversampling the photos taken with 8K resolution.</p> <p>Photos are captured in 12-bit and Cinema RAW Light format, which includes similar color grading options to "classic" Cinema RAW. The latter offers the same degree of color customization as "classic" Cinema RAW, but with smaller file sizes. Canon claims to have incorporated "three distinct variations of the new RAW format": Raw HQ, Raw Standard and Raw Light.</p> <p>However, 8K 60p RAW recording is only available in RAW Light format. The same goes for RAW 8K 25p: it is only available in 5.9K at 25p or 3K at 25/50p (in RAW light). In terms of maximum duration, it takes 31 minutes for 8K 50p, 63 minutes for 8K 25p (in RAW light), 41 minutes for 8K 25p (in RAW standard), and 38 minutes for 5.9K at 25i (in Raw HQ).</p> <p>Obviously, the time required to process low-resolution video is much longer than the time required to process high-resolution video (up to 8 hours in continuous 2.9K at 25p in RAW).</p> <p>The EOS R5 C also has an HDMI output that allows you to record images in 8K RAW. The ability to shoot ProRes RAW footage with the EOS R5 C has been confirmed by the brand, so an Atomos Ninja V+ can be used to capture ProRes RAW video with the EOS R5 C.</p> <h2><img src="https://www.mczdirect.com/img/cms/EOS%20R5%20C/Canon-eos-r5c-6.jpg" alt="Canon R5C rear view" width="900" height="600" /></h2> <h2><strong>There are several possibilities for filming.</strong></h2> <p>The EOS R5 C records in 12-bit Cinema RAW Light format as well as Canon's 10-bit XF-AVC format (up to 810 Mbps). MP4 recording is also available (10-bit HEVC 4:2:2 and 8-bit H.264 4:2:2), especially for creating proxy video files.</p> <p>Therefore, keep in mind that the EOS R5 C allows for two simultaneous recordings thanks to the inclusion of an SDXC slot (UHS-II compatible) next to the CFexpress card slot.</p> <p>The EOS R5 C will also be capable of capturing slow motion footage in 4K at 120p with autofocus, compatible with 10-bit 4:2:2. For colorimetry, the camera offers the ability to capture in Canon Log 3 and is HDR PQ (Perceptual Quantization) compatible for those who want to shoot in HDR.</p> <p>However, there are no built-in ND filters; they remain the domain of the EOS C70 camera. We can rely on user LUT tables to help, as well as the ability to design your own custom LUT.</p> <p>The EOS R5 C is compatible with anamorphic lenses thanks to electronic image decompression in the viewfinder and on connected monitors. All three anamorphic formats 2x, 1.8x and 1.3x are accessible.</p> <p>The EOS R5 C's sensor is not stabilized, but the camera includes an in-body electronic image stabilizer (IS) that can correct motion blur in 5 axes. A system developed by Canon in late 2020 for use with the EOS C500 Mark II RF lenses.</p> <p>The camera takes advantage of the gyro chip built into the lenses to improve roll and pitch stabilization when shooting with RF lenses. In standard mode, 10 percent crop is required, while in "enhanced stability" mode, 30 percent crop is required.</p> <p>The EOS R5 C's Dual Pixel autofocus is inherited from the EOS R5. The camera uses EOS iTR AF X technology in video, with automatic face and head detection and tracking (even when the subject's back is turned or is hidden behind an obstacle). The AF should be able to adjust speed and responsiveness in ten steps each.</p> <p>In still mode, however, the system behaves similarly to the EOS R5; it detects and tracks subjects' eyes.</p> <p>Finally, Canon would like to assure its former customers that their EF mount lenses can be used with the EOS R5 C using EF-RF adapter rings.</p> <p>Therefore, we should note that the camera is compatible with the original EF-EOS R 0.71x adapter ring, which was created for use with Super 35mm cameras.</p> <p>Finally, the EOS R5 C becomes the second camera to be compatible with its RF 5.2mm f/2.8L Dual Fisheye lens and virtual reality platform. </p> <p class="quill-block"><img src="https://www.mczdirect.com/img/cms/EOS%20R5%20C/Canon-eos-r5c-4.jpg" alt="Canon EOS R5C side view" width="900" height="600" /></p> <h2><strong>The EOS R5 C uses the same battery as the EOS R5</strong></h2> <p>When it comes to connectivity, the EOS R5 C is no slouch. In addition to the two "classic" 3.5mm jacks for headphones and microphones, there is a micro-HDMI port and a USB Type C 3.2 port. There is also a DIN Time Code connector and an N3 port for the wired remote control, as mentioned before.</p> <p>In addition, there is the multi-functional flash shoe compatible with the Tascam CA-XLR2dc-C adapter to connect four XLR cables for high quality sound.</p> <p>The R5C can accommodate CFexpress 2.0 Type B cards in its slot. The presence of an SDXC card slot, as mentioned earlier, is a pleasant surprise.</p> <p>On the battery side, the EOS R5 C uses a rechargeable Li-ion LP-E6NH battery, identical to that used in the EOS R5. Canon has indicated a maximum shooting time of 50 minutes in 8K RAW 25p or 35 minutes in 4K XF-AVC 50p at the moment.</p> <p>However, the camera can be used in wired mode with the PD-E1 USB-C adapter or the DR-E6 power coupler (which has the advantage of continuing to power the camera even after it's powered up). Note that the BG-R10 grip of the EOS R5 doubles the battery life.</p> <p>The EOS R5 C is compatible with Bluetooth and Wi-Fi (2.4 and 5 GHz). Video mode requires the use of the WFT-R10 grip, which has Wi-Fi capabilities as well as image transfer to a server.</p> <p>The EOS R5 C, meanwhile, comes with a new Canon CTM app. Exclusively for iOS, it allows you to connect the camera to your iPhone via USB or Wifi to send video and metadata to an external server.</p> <p>The EOS R5 C is also compatible with a "browser remote" feature that allows you to control the camera remotely using its IP address using a basic browser. Finally, the camera is compatible with Canon's image.canon service, created two years ago.</p>
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Canon EOS R5 C Body + 2 SanDisk 256GB Extreme PRO CFexpress Type B-1

Canon EOS R5 C Body + 2 SanDisk 256GB...

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Canon EOS R5 C Body + 3 SanDisk 64GB Extreme PRO UHS-II SDXC 300 MB/s-1
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<p>Canon has unveiled a new mirrorless camera in the EOS Cinema line, the <strong>Canon EOS R5 C</strong>.</p> <p>It's aimed at experienced videographers and professionals, and it can produce 8K 60p RAW video. It also has the same design as the <a title="Discover the Canon EOS R5" href="https://www.mczdirect.com/gb/canon-eos-r5/-canon-eos-r5-body-2-years-warranty--6394.html"><strong>Canon EOS R5</strong></a>, with an RF mount and active heat dissipation system to prevent overheating.</p> <p>It is also capable of shooting 45MP at 20fps. Here is a summary of all its features.</p> <p id="f70692aa-2b0c-460c-96bc-a1eb3b7279c9" class="quill-block"><img src="https://www.mczdirect.com/img/cms/EOS%20R5%20C/Canon-eos-r5c.jpg" alt="Discover the Canon EOS R5 C" width="900" height="600" /></p> <h2><strong>Canon EOS R5 C: combining the EOS Cinema and EOS R ecosystems</strong></h2> <p>Announced in July 2020, the Canon EOS R5, the first "consumer" (and photo oriented) camera capable of capturing 8K RAW, has been the talk of the town since its launch. Unfortunately, the R5's overheating issues dampened the enthusiasm of videographers at its debut.</p> <p>The Canon EOS R5 C is a new "version" of the EOS R5 camera that is expressly focused on video. The Japanese firm intends this new model mainly for content creators, independent filmmakers, video reporters, corporate photographers or directors specialized in events or documentaries.</p> <p>A big potential target, but the majority of its sales are concentrated on popular cameras that are both photo and video, such as the Sony and Panasonic bodies (hello GH5 and A7S series).</p> <p>The new Canon EOS R5 C camera bridges the gap between the <strong>Canon EOS C cinema line</strong> and the EOS R ecosystem. The latter camera, like the recent EOS C70, uses an RF mount - which definitely moves.</p> <p class="quill-block"><img src="https://www.mczdirect.com/img/cms/EOS%20R5%20C/Canon-eos-r5c-1.jpg" alt="Canon EOS R5 C rear" width="900" height="600" /></p> <h2><strong>The EOS R5 with a ventilation system</strong></h2> <p>The EOS R5 and EOS R5 C are almost identical, with only a few changes. The camera body is identical, at 14.2 centimeters wide and 10.1 centimeters high. However, a number of changes have been made to this cinema camera to differentiate it from previous Canon mirrorless cameras. The original R mark has been replaced by the C mark that designates cinema bodies.</p> <p>Note the red shutter release and the small indicator light in the upper left corner of the body. On the back, you'll find at least 13 customizable buttons, to which you can assign one of 80 different capabilities.</p> <p>On the top edge, there is a "new generation" hot shoe, which we had already seen on the <a title="Discover the Canon EOS R3" href="https://www.mczdirect.com/gb/canon-r3/-canon-eos-r3--9689.html"><strong>EOS R3</strong></a>. It makes the EOS R5 C compatible with Tascam's accessories for high quality sound recording by adding more connections.</p> <p>The most important distinction is on the back of the camera. The new Canon EOS R5 C camera includes an active ventilation system, which is placed on the back of the camera (like the Panasonic S1H), to remedy the overheating problems that the EOS R5 suffered from.</p> <p>The EOS R5 C is thus clearly heavier than its big brother (11.1 cm against 8.8 cm). Fortunately, the weight is well contained (680 g).</p> <p>We should be able to shoot very long sequences using this active fan approach. In this regard, consider that the EOS R5 C also removes the 30-minute limit imposed on videos by the (now repealed) European legislation on camcorders.</p> <p>The EOS R5 C also has many of the same components as its big brother, the EOS R5. The 0.5-inch OLED viewfinder with 5.76 megapixels, as well as the tiny top-edge monitor, are both present.</p> <p>The 3.2-inch rear screen is again mounted on a swivel and offers 2.1 million dots, as on the EOS R5. Note that it can be used to see more clearly by activating the Zebra mode or the "false color" control (to more easily view the exposure). A Zebra setting is also available.</p> <p>The EOS R5 C has the same three elements as the EOS R5: a 45 MP CMOS sensor (here unstabilized), a Digic X processor and an RF mount. The three elements that allow to <strong>record videos in 8K</strong> while capturing photos at 70 frames per second in burst (with electronic shutter).</p> <p>Another notable feature is that the EOS R5 C is a dual-headed camera due to its separate photo and video capabilities. The mode dial, for example, must be turned off before switching from photo to video (and vice versa).</p> <p>Even better: the "photo" firmware and the video firmware are completely separate - and different. We find the same menu structure in photo as on the EOS R5 (see below). The autofocus modes, however, are different. WiFi is only accessible in photo mode: you will have to use a separate accessory if you want to use it in video mode.</p> <p>The separate separation of photo and video operations within the same camera is surprising, as it gives the impression of having two separate cameras in the same housing.</p> <p class="quill-block"><img src="https://www.mczdirect.com/img/cms/EOS%20R5%20C/Canon-eos-r5c-3.jpg" alt="Canon EOS R5C top view" width="900" height="600" /></p> <h2><strong>The Canon EOS R5 C records 8K 60p RAW video internally.</strong></h2> <p>Beyond these factors, the EOS R5 C is a serious combat video camera that can shoot RAW in 8K at 30p internally - all thanks to the full width of the sensor. The result is 8192 x 4320 pixels (oversampling) and a maximum bitrate of 2140 Mbps.</p> <p>And, if you want to make the most of this camera's capabilities, it can record up to 60 frames per second... but only if it is connected to an external power source. Otherwise, recording is possible but without the "motorized" functions (aperture, focus, zoom).</p> <p>The EOS R5 C also has "crop" modes that allow filming in Super 35 and Super 16. Note also that the camera can produce 4K (or 2K) images by oversampling the photos taken with 8K resolution.</p> <p>Photos are captured in 12-bit and Cinema RAW Light format, which includes similar color grading options to "classic" Cinema RAW. The latter offers the same degree of color customization as "classic" Cinema RAW, but with smaller file sizes. Canon claims to have incorporated "three distinct variations of the new RAW format": Raw HQ, Raw Standard and Raw Light.</p> <p>However, 8K 60p RAW recording is only available in RAW Light format. The same goes for RAW 8K 25p: it is only available in 5.9K at 25p or 3K at 25/50p (in RAW light). In terms of maximum duration, it takes 31 minutes for 8K 50p, 63 minutes for 8K 25p (in RAW light), 41 minutes for 8K 25p (in RAW standard), and 38 minutes for 5.9K at 25i (in Raw HQ).</p> <p>Obviously, the time required to process low-resolution video is much longer than the time required to process high-resolution video (up to 8 hours in continuous 2.9K at 25p in RAW).</p> <p>The EOS R5 C also has an HDMI output that allows you to record images in 8K RAW. The ability to shoot ProRes RAW footage with the EOS R5 C has been confirmed by the brand, so an Atomos Ninja V+ can be used to capture ProRes RAW video with the EOS R5 C.</p> <h2><img src="https://www.mczdirect.com/img/cms/EOS%20R5%20C/Canon-eos-r5c-6.jpg" alt="Canon R5C rear view" width="900" height="600" /></h2> <h2><strong>There are several possibilities for filming.</strong></h2> <p>The EOS R5 C records in 12-bit Cinema RAW Light format as well as Canon's 10-bit XF-AVC format (up to 810 Mbps). MP4 recording is also available (10-bit HEVC 4:2:2 and 8-bit H.264 4:2:2), especially for creating proxy video files.</p> <p>Therefore, keep in mind that the EOS R5 C allows for two simultaneous recordings thanks to the inclusion of an SDXC slot (UHS-II compatible) next to the CFexpress card slot.</p> <p>The EOS R5 C will also be capable of capturing slow motion footage in 4K at 120p with autofocus, compatible with 10-bit 4:2:2. For colorimetry, the camera offers the ability to capture in Canon Log 3 and is HDR PQ (Perceptual Quantization) compatible for those who want to shoot in HDR.</p> <p>However, there are no built-in ND filters; they remain the domain of the EOS C70 camera. We can rely on user LUT tables to help, as well as the ability to design your own custom LUT.</p> <p>The EOS R5 C is compatible with anamorphic lenses thanks to electronic image decompression in the viewfinder and on connected monitors. All three anamorphic formats 2x, 1.8x and 1.3x are accessible.</p> <p>The EOS R5 C's sensor is not stabilized, but the camera includes an in-body electronic image stabilizer (IS) that can correct motion blur in 5 axes. A system developed by Canon in late 2020 for use with the EOS C500 Mark II RF lenses.</p> <p>The camera takes advantage of the gyro chip built into the lenses to improve roll and pitch stabilization when shooting with RF lenses. In standard mode, 10 percent crop is required, while in "enhanced stability" mode, 30 percent crop is required.</p> <p>The EOS R5 C's Dual Pixel autofocus is inherited from the EOS R5. The camera uses EOS iTR AF X technology in video, with automatic face and head detection and tracking (even when the subject's back is turned or is hidden behind an obstacle). The AF should be able to adjust speed and responsiveness in ten steps each.</p> <p>In still mode, however, the system behaves similarly to the EOS R5; it detects and tracks subjects' eyes.</p> <p>Finally, Canon would like to assure its former customers that their EF mount lenses can be used with the EOS R5 C using EF-RF adapter rings.</p> <p>Therefore, we should note that the camera is compatible with the original EF-EOS R 0.71x adapter ring, which was created for use with Super 35mm cameras.</p> <p>Finally, the EOS R5 C becomes the second camera to be compatible with its RF 5.2mm f/2.8L Dual Fisheye lens and virtual reality platform. </p> <p class="quill-block"><img src="https://www.mczdirect.com/img/cms/EOS%20R5%20C/Canon-eos-r5c-4.jpg" alt="Canon EOS R5C side view" width="900" height="600" /></p> <h2><strong>The EOS R5 C uses the same battery as the EOS R5</strong></h2> <p>When it comes to connectivity, the EOS R5 C is no slouch. In addition to the two "classic" 3.5mm jacks for headphones and microphones, there is a micro-HDMI port and a USB Type C 3.2 port. There is also a DIN Time Code connector and an N3 port for the wired remote control, as mentioned before.</p> <p>In addition, there is the multi-functional flash shoe compatible with the Tascam CA-XLR2dc-C adapter to connect four XLR cables for high quality sound.</p> <p>The R5C can accommodate CFexpress 2.0 Type B cards in its slot. The presence of an SDXC card slot, as mentioned earlier, is a pleasant surprise.</p> <p>On the battery side, the EOS R5 C uses a rechargeable Li-ion LP-E6NH battery, identical to that used in the EOS R5. Canon has indicated a maximum shooting time of 50 minutes in 8K RAW 25p or 35 minutes in 4K XF-AVC 50p at the moment.</p> <p>However, the camera can be used in wired mode with the PD-E1 USB-C adapter or the DR-E6 power coupler (which has the advantage of continuing to power the camera even after it's powered up). Note that the BG-R10 grip of the EOS R5 doubles the battery life.</p> <p>The EOS R5 C is compatible with Bluetooth and Wi-Fi (2.4 and 5 GHz). Video mode requires the use of the WFT-R10 grip, which has Wi-Fi capabilities as well as image transfer to a server.</p> <p>The EOS R5 C, meanwhile, comes with a new Canon CTM app. Exclusively for iOS, it allows you to connect the camera to your iPhone via USB or Wifi to send video and metadata to an external server.</p> <p>The EOS R5 C is also compatible with a "browser remote" feature that allows you to control the camera remotely using its IP address using a basic browser. Finally, the camera is compatible with Canon's image.canon service, created two years ago.</p>
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