Video camera: Choose your Canon, Nikon or Sony camcorder.

Sony FX3 Cinema camera
€4,662.00
In Stock
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5/ 5
<h2 class="p1" style="margin:0px;font-size:20px;line-height:normal;font-family:'Helvetica Neue';"><b>What is it?</b></h2> <p class="p2" style="margin:0px;font-size:13px;line-height:normal;font-family:'Helvetica Neue';">The much anticipated Sony FX3 has finally been publicly announced. As expected, it's a full-frame E-mount camcorder that sits at the bottom of Sony's "cinema line" and bridges the gap between the portability of the a7S III and the capabilities of the FX6.</p> <p class="p3" style="margin:0px;font-size:13px;line-height:normal;font-family:'Helvetica Neue';min-height:15px;"></p> <p class="p2" style="margin:0px;font-size:13px;line-height:normal;font-family:'Helvetica Neue';">To a large extent, it can be considered an a7S III in a more filmmaker-friendly form. So let's take a look at what that really means.</p> <p class="p3" style="margin:0px;font-size:13px;line-height:normal;font-family:'Helvetica Neue';min-height:15px;"></p> <h2 class="p1" style="margin:0px;font-size:20px;line-height:normal;font-family:'Helvetica Neue';"><b>Sony FX3 sensor</b></h2> <p class="p2" style="margin:0px;font-size:13px;line-height:normal;font-family:'Helvetica Neue';">Like the FX6, Sony claims that the FX3 features a 10.2MP BSI-CMOS sensor. Which is true if you only shoot video with this camera. However, the FX3 can also shoot 3:2 stills using a taller part of the sensor because, as you may have guessed, it's actually the same 12MP sensor used in the a7S III. It also has a mechanical focal plane shutter if you want to take pictures.</p> <p class="p3" style="margin:0px;font-size:13px;line-height:normal;font-family:'Helvetica Neue';min-height:15px;"></p> <p class="p2" style="margin:0px;font-size:13px;line-height:normal;font-family:'Helvetica Neue';">Using the same sensor is not a bad thing, as it has very good readout rates (essential for a video camera) and excellent noise and dynamic range performance. The FX3 uses the same Bionz XR processors as the a7S III and also benefits from its much improved menus. The only major difference is that the on-screen AF tracking display matches that of the other Cinema Line cameras, rather than the Alpha cameras (this is only a subtle difference).</p> <p class="p3" style="margin:0px;font-size:13px;line-height:normal;font-family:'Helvetica Neue';min-height:15px;"></p> <p class="p2" style="margin:0px;font-size:13px;line-height:normal;font-family:'Helvetica Neue';">The FX3 also features S-Cinetone color response, which the a7S III currently lacks, in addition to the S-Log and HLG options they both share. But all indications are that this difference will only last until the next firmware update to the a7S III.</p> <p class="p3" style="margin:0px;font-size:13px;line-height:normal;font-family:'Helvetica Neue';min-height:15px;"></p> <h2 class="p1" style="margin:0px;font-size:20px;line-height:normal;font-family:'Helvetica Neue';"><b>Sony FX3 body</b></h2> <p class="p2" style="margin:0px;font-size:13px;line-height:normal;font-family:'Helvetica Neue';">The major differences between the a7S III and the FX3 are in the body design. The FX3 looks more like an upgraded a6x00 series camera than the a7S III, an SLR camera. But look at the back and you'll see that the FX3 has no viewfinder, for reasons that will become clearer on the next slide.</p> <p class="p3" style="margin:0px;font-size:13px;line-height:normal;font-family:'Helvetica Neue';min-height:15px;"></p> <p class="p2" style="margin:0px;font-size:13px;line-height:normal;font-family:'Helvetica Neue';">But perhaps the most significant difference between the two cameras is what you'll see when you turn the camera over: the ventilation ducts that draw heat away from the back of the camera, thanks to a fan built in behind the tiltable touchscreen. This fan cooling extends the recording time of the camera compared to the a7S III, but also provides a greater degree of reliability/predictability, essential for expensive shoots. The fan is located on the outside of the camera's waterproof housing to prevent dust or moisture from entering.</p> <p class="p3" style="margin:0px;font-size:13px;line-height:normal;font-family:'Helvetica Neue';min-height:15px;"></p> <p class="p2" style="margin:0px;font-size:13px;line-height:normal;font-family:'Helvetica Neue';">The other fundamental difference between the cameras' housings is to be found a little further afield. Rather than simply being harder metal inserts built into the camera's magnesium alloy shell, the five 1/4-20 UNC threaded mounting points on the camera body are all part of a stainless steel substructure that surrounds the camera's core. This allows it to be equipped with all kinds of accessories without the need for an external cage.</p> <p class="p3" style="margin:0px;font-size:13px;line-height:normal;font-family:'Helvetica Neue';min-height:15px;"></p> <p class="p2" style="margin:0px;font-size:13px;line-height:normal;font-family:'Helvetica Neue';">The other special feature of the FX3 is that it has tally lights on the front and back, making it easier to know when the camera is recording.</p> <p class="p3" style="margin:0px;font-size:13px;line-height:normal;font-family:'Helvetica Neue';min-height:15px;"></p> <h2 class="p1" style="margin:0px;font-size:20px;line-height:normal;font-family:'Helvetica Neue';"><b>Controls of the Sony FX3</b></h2> <p class="p2" style="margin:0px;font-size:13px;line-height:normal;font-family:'Helvetica Neue';">The FX3's controls are also different from the a7S III's, or at least positioned differently. While the a7S III is primarily designed to be shot at eye level, the FX3's control points have been modified for easier control when shooting at waist level.</p> <p class="p3" style="margin:0px;font-size:13px;line-height:normal;font-family:'Helvetica Neue';min-height:15px;"></p> <p class="p2" style="margin:0px;font-size:13px;line-height:normal;font-family:'Helvetica Neue';">The camera's joystick is located on its top plate, as is the larger, easier-to-reach [REC] button. Most of the camera's other controls resemble those on the a7S III, with dials on the front and back of the top plate, as well as a vertically placed dial on the back of the camera. These control iris (aperture), ISO and shutter speed, respectively. But, as on the FX6, each has a corresponding button that switches between an active dial, a locked dial and an automatically controlled setting. According to Sony, the layout of some of these buttons makes sense to make it easier for a solo photographer. ISO and aperture are grouped together on top, as these are settings that the camera operator changes frequently, and the shutter is relegated to the back as it is not changed very often.</p> <p class="p3" style="margin:0px;font-size:13px;line-height:normal;font-family:'Helvetica Neue';min-height:15px;"></p> <p class="p2" style="margin:0px;font-size:13px;line-height:normal;font-family:'Helvetica Neue';">The final distinction is that the toggle switch on the top of the FX3 is used to control the powerful zoom lenses: a function for which the a7S III has no physical control.<span class="Apple-converted-space"> </span></p> <p class="p3" style="margin:0px;font-size:13px;line-height:normal;font-family:'Helvetica Neue';min-height:15px;"></p> <h2 class="p1" style="margin:0px;font-size:20px;line-height:normal;font-family:'Helvetica Neue';"><b>XLR Grip</b></h2> <p class="p2" style="margin:0px;font-size:13px;line-height:normal;font-family:'Helvetica Neue';">The included screw-on grip is a continuation of the FX3's low-angle design. It allows the camera to be held steadily during a wider variety of movements.</p> <p class="p3" style="margin:0px;font-size:13px;line-height:normal;font-family:'Helvetica Neue';min-height:15px;"></p> <p class="p2" style="margin:0px;font-size:13px;line-height:normal;font-family:'Helvetica Neue';">Significantly, the grip includes a built-in XLR audio adapter. The specifications of this adapter are very similar to those of the XLR-K3M adapter, which can be mounted on the multi-interface shoe of existing Sony cameras, but the multi-interface connection is at the base of the grip.</p> <p class="p3" style="margin:0px;font-size:13px;line-height:normal;font-family:'Helvetica Neue';min-height:15px;"></p> <p class="p2" style="margin:0px;font-size:13px;line-height:normal;font-family:'Helvetica Neue';">Like the XLR-K3M adapter, the XLR grip includes a pair of TRS XLR/6.3mm (1/4") connectors with separate volume controls for each. There is also a 3.5 mm stereo connector, in addition to the one already on the camera body. Any audio signal transmitted through the XLR grip is digitized and sent to the camera via the accessory shoe. When used together, the XLR and 3.5mm connectors allow for 4-channel audio recording.</p> <p class="p3" style="margin:0px;font-size:13px;line-height:normal;font-family:'Helvetica Neue';min-height:15px;"></p> <p class="p2" style="margin:0px;font-size:13px;line-height:normal;font-family:'Helvetica Neue';">The grip also adds three more 1/4-20 UNC connectors.</p> <p class="p3" style="margin:0px;font-size:13px;line-height:normal;font-family:'Helvetica Neue';min-height:15px;"></p> <p class="p2" style="margin:0px;font-size:13px;line-height:normal;font-family:'Helvetica Neue';">Considering the cost of the FX3 compared to the a7S III, it's worth noting that adding an XLR-K3M adapter to the a7S III costs about 600 euros (although you also get a shotgun mic for that amount, not included in the FX3).</p> <p class="p3" style="margin:0px;font-size:13px;line-height:normal;font-family:'Helvetica Neue';min-height:15px;"></p> <h2 class="p1" style="margin:0px;font-size:20px;line-height:normal;font-family:'Helvetica Neue';"><b>Video capabilities of the Sony FX3</b></h2> <p class="p2" style="margin:0px;font-size:13px;line-height:normal;font-family:'Helvetica Neue';">The FX3's video capabilities are exactly the same as the a7S III. It can shoot 4K UHD at up to 60p from the full 4.2K pixel width of its sensor. It can also shoot 4K UHD up to 120p from the native 3840 x 2160 region (which requires a slight crop).</p> <p class="p3" style="margin:0px;font-size:13px;line-height:normal;font-family:'Helvetica Neue';min-height:15px;"></p> <p class="p2" style="margin:0px;font-size:13px;line-height:normal;font-family:'Helvetica Neue';">All of these options can be captured as 10-bit 4:2:2 video, with a choice of XAVC HS (H.265), XAVC S (H.264) or XAVC S-I (All-I H.264). As with the a7S III, most of these combinations can be recorded on relatively modest V60 SD cards. Only V90 cards can record almost anything, and only All-I 120p, recorded via the camera's fast and slow mode, requires a CFexpress card.</p> <p class="p3" style="margin:0px;font-size:13px;line-height:normal;font-family:'Helvetica Neue';min-height:15px;"></p> <p class="p2" style="margin:0px;font-size:13px;line-height:normal;font-family:'Helvetica Neue';">XAVC HS footage can be captured as 4:2:2 or 10-bit 4:2:0 files, while XAVC S offers a less efficient 10-bit 4:2:2 or 8-bit 4:2:0 option. All-I capture is always 10-bit 4:2:2.</p> <p class="p3" style="margin:0px;font-size:13px;line-height:normal;font-family:'Helvetica Neue';min-height:15px;"></p> <p class="p2" style="margin:0px;font-size:13px;line-height:normal;font-family:'Helvetica Neue';">In addition to its 4K capabilities, the FX3 can shoot 1080p up to 120p, either from the full sensor region or from a Super35/APS-C crop. 1080 footage is captured in XAVC S or XAVC S-I format.</p> <p class="p3" style="margin:0px;font-size:13px;line-height:normal;font-family:'Helvetica Neue';min-height:15px;"></p> <p class="p2" style="margin:0px;font-size:13px;line-height:normal;font-family:'Helvetica Neue';">Like the a7S III, the FX3 can transmit 16-bit raw video data via its large HDMI port, if you have an external recorder capable of encoding it.</p> <p class="p3" style="margin:0px;font-size:13px;line-height:normal;font-family:'Helvetica Neue';min-height:15px;"></p> <p class="p2" style="margin:0px;font-size:13px;line-height:normal;font-family:'Helvetica Neue';">The main area where statements about the camera differ is, of course, endurance and reliability, with the FX3's fan offering extended capture times.</p> <p class="p3" style="margin:0px;font-size:13px;line-height:normal;font-family:'Helvetica Neue';min-height:15px;"></p> <h2 class="p1" style="margin:0px;font-size:20px;line-height:normal;font-family:'Helvetica Neue';"><b>Stabilization of the Sony FX3</b></h2> <p class="p2" style="margin:0px;font-size:13px;line-height:normal;font-family:'Helvetica Neue';">The FX3's stabilization is very similar to that of the a7S III.</p> <p class="p3" style="margin:0px;font-size:13px;line-height:normal;font-family:'Helvetica Neue';min-height:15px;"></p> <p class="p2" style="margin:0px;font-size:13px;line-height:normal;font-family:'Helvetica Neue';">In its simplest form, you can use the camera's built-in stabilization, which helps compensate a bit for the instability of handheld shooting. There is also an active SteadyShot mode. It allows you to crop the image a bit using a 4K piece that can be moved within the confines of the 4.2K sensor to provide additional correction. This mode is only possible up to 60p, as the 120p mode is only available using the 4K center area. Therefore, it is not possible to crop the image further to provide additional stabilization without using a sub-4K area.</p> <p class="p3" style="margin:0px;font-size:13px;line-height:normal;font-family:'Helvetica Neue';min-height:15px;"></p> <p class="p2" style="margin:0px;font-size:13px;line-height:normal;font-family:'Helvetica Neue';">The camera also writes the data from its gyro sensors as metadata to the file, allowing you to apply a digital correction in post-production, using Sony's Catalyst Browse or Catalyst Prepare software, which allows you to decide on the balance between the extent of cropping and the degree of stabilization applied.<span class="Apple-converted-space"> </span></p>
SONYFX3
Sony FX3 Cinema camera
A cinema camera that fits in your pocket The junction between cinema and photography A system of advanced sound capture
Canon XA50 4K
€1,918.00
Out-of-Stock
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5/ 5
<div> <div class="productDescription_3d-uhdpIFfxbuhG5B7_INl"> <div> <p>The <span>Canon XA50 Professional UHD 4K Camcorder</span> is a compact, lightweight camera featuring UHD 4K capture, a 1" CMOS sensor, two XLR audio inputs, and one mini-HDMI output which fits right into the ENG category for documentary or journalism-style productions.</p> <p>The XA50's optics include an integrated 15x HD optical zoom and a nine-bladed circular iris for more natural highlights, and wide DR gamma support for low-light recording. The camera's pro-style features include Dual Pixel and Contrast autofocus, fast- and slow-motion recording, full manual control, optical and electronic image stabilization, a 3" touchscreen LCD, user-assignable buttons, infrared mode, and a DIG!C DV 6 image processor with high sensitivity and low noise. The XA50 also has display monitoring features such as zebra, color bars, and test tone and a built-in neutral density filter mechanism offering ND4, ND16, and ND64 options.</p> <p>The camera records UHD 4K30 and Full HD 1080p60 captured to dual SD card slots, and outputs to a mini-HDMI port. The dual SD card slots allow for automatic switching from one card to another, as well as simultaneous recording to both. The camera can output up to 1920 x 1080p 10-bit 4:2:2 video at 59.94 fps via its mini-HDMI output. On the audio side, the XA50 features up to four channels of LPCM audio with manual/automatic recording levels, two XLR inputs with phantom power, and a 3.5mm stereo mini input. It features a built-in stereo microphone as well as a headphone jack. The camera's functions can also be controlled by the separately available RC-V100 remote control.</p> </div> </div> </div> <div> <div> <div> <h2 class="h2_34R1Z4rcOIa8NE_99A_jkV">Features</h2> <div class="description_2ub4q6HodBZr8d45BEOdIW"> <div> <ul> <li>8.29MP, 1" CMOS sensor</li> <li>Integrated 15x optical zoom lens</li> <li>5-axis optical image stabilization</li> <li>Dual-pixel CMOS autofocus feature</li> <li>UHD 4K30 fps, HD 59.97 fps recording</li> <li>Dual XLR, 3.5mm mic/line audio inputs</li> <li>MP4 recording</li> <li>DIG!C DV 6 processor</li> <li>Two SD memory card slots</li> <li>Mini-HDMI output</li> <li>1/4"-20 tripod mounting thread</li> </ul> </div> </div> </div> </div> </div>
CANONXA50
Canon XA50 4K
Canon XA40 4K | 2 Years Warranty
€1,631.00
Out-of-Stock
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5/ 5
<div> <div class="productDescription_3d-uhdpIFfxbuhG5B7_INl"> <div> <p>The <span>Canon XA40 Professional UHD 4K Camcorder</span> is a compact, lightweight camera featuring UHD 4K capture, a 1/2.3" CMOS sensor, two XLR audio inputs, and one mini-HDMI output which fits right into the ENG category for documentary or journalism-style productions.</p> <p>The XA40's optics include an integrated 20x HD optical zoom and an eight-bladed circular iris for more natural highlights. The camera's pro-style features include Hybrid, Normal, Face Only, Manual Focus, Instant, and Canon's Medium autofocus; fast- and slow-motion recording, full manual control, optical and electronic image stabilization, a 3" touchscreen LCD, user-assignable buttons, infrared mode, and a DIG!C DV 6 image processor with high sensitivity and low noise. The XA40 also has display monitoring features such as zebra, color bars, and test tone.</p> <p>The camera records UHD 4K30 and Full HD 1080p60 captured to dual SD card slots, and outputs to a mini-HDMI port. The dual SD card slots allow for automatic switching from one card to another, as well as simultaneous recording to both. The camera can output up to 1920 x 1080p 10-bit 4:2:2 video at 59.94 fps via its mini-HDMI output. On the audio side, the XA40 features up to four channels of LPCM audio with manual/automatic recording levels, two XLR inputs with phantom power, and a 3.5mm stereo mini input. It features a built-in stereo microphone as well as a headphone jack.</p> </div> </div> </div> <div> <div> <div> <h2 class="h2_34R1Z4rcOIa8NE_99A_jkV">Features</h2> <div class="description_2ub4q6HodBZr8d45BEOdIW"> <div> <ul> <li>8.29MP, 1/2.3" CMOS sensor</li> <li>Integrated 20x optical zoom lens</li> <li>Optical and electronic image stabilization</li> <li>UHD 4K30 fps, HD 59.97 fps recording</li> <li>Dual XLR, 3.5mm mic/line audio inputs</li> <li>MP4 recording</li> <li>DIG!C DV 6 processor</li> <li>Two SD memory card slots</li> <li>Mini-HDMI output</li> <li>1/4"-20 tripod mounting thread</li> </ul> </div> </div> </div> </div> </div>
CANONXA40
Canon XA40 4K | 2 Years Warranty
Canon XF405 4K | 2 Years warranty
€2,218.00
Out-of-Stock
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5/ 5
<p>The <strong>Canon XF405 4K Camcorder</strong> is a professional handheld camcorder that lets you create high-quality UHD and Full HD recordings. The camcorder has a lightweight body with a 1.0-Type CMOS sensor, a 15x 4K zoom lens and Dual Pixel CMOS AF. This produces the XF405 material with outstanding clarity and sharpness. With the addition of a 100P frame rate and network capabilities for FTP transfer and remote control, this camcorder is ideal for news archiving, documentaries or business applications. The XF405 can record 4K UHD/50P material with high frame rates of up to 100 fps continuous full HD recording. Thanks to the impressive combination of a large 1.0-type CMOS sensor and new Dual DIGIC DV6 processors that work together to ensure high quality and rich expressive video images in every situation, resulting in delivering an excellent dynamic range of 800 percent in Wide DR mode.</p> <p>The newly developed 4x lens with 15x optical zoom delivers stunning images with reduced chromatic aberration. The 4K sensor allows 30x advanced zoom in Full HD while maintaining image quality. A nine-blade diaphragm creates a beautiful bokeh while controlling three built-in neutral density (ND) filters under different light conditions. Canon's exclusive Dual Pixel CMOS AF technology makes its debut in the XF405 and offers 80 percent vertical and horizontal coverage of the image area to deliver fast and accurate focus even when the subject moves through the frame. The XF405 is designed to provide excellent mobility. Recorded files can be transferred via FTP, directly from the camcorder or wirelessly through the built-in Wi-Fi. The Wi-Fi allows the camcorder to be operated via a smartphone or tablet. Also, the XF405 is fully compatible with the Canon Remote Controller RC-V100. The XF405 includes an additional 3G SDI output, in addition to the HDMI 2.0 output, allowing the XF405 to be easily recorded in a professional multi-camera work flow.</p> <h2>Features of the Canon XF405 4K Camcorder</h2> <ul> <li>1.0-Type CMOS sensor</li> <li>Dual DIGIC DV6 Image Processor</li> <li>25.5 mm 15x optical zoom in 4K</li> <li>30x advanced zoom in Full HD</li> <li>Dual Pixel CMOS AF</li> <li>Transfer files via Ethernet or built-in Wi-Fi</li> <li>Two SD card slots</li> <li>Extras: 3G SDI Output</li> </ul>
CANONXF405
Canon XF405 4K | 2 Years warranty
Canon XF400 4K | 2 Years Warranty
€2,093.00
Out-of-Stock
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5/ 5
<p>The <strong>Canon XF400 4K Camcorder</strong> is a professional handheld camcorder that lets you create high quality UHD and Full HD recordings. The video camera has a lightweight body with a 1.0-Type CMOS sensor, a 15x 4K zoom lens and Dual Pixel CMOS AF. With this you produce the XF400 material with excellent clarity and sharpness. With the addition of a 100P frame rate and network capabilities for FTP transfer and remote control, this camcorder is ideal for news archiving, documentaries or business applications. The XF400 can record 4K UHD/50P material with high frame rates of up to 100fps continuous full HD recording. Thanks to the impressive combination of a large 1.0-type CMOS sensor and new Dual DIGIC DV6 processors that work together to ensure high quality and rich expressive video images in every situation, resulting in delivering an excellent dynamic range of 800 percent in “Wide DR” mode.</p> <p>The newly developed 4x lens with 15x optical zoom delivers stunning images with reduced chromatic aberration. The 4K sensor allows 30x advanced zoom in Full HD while maintaining image quality. A nine-blade diaphragm creates a beautiful bokeh while three built-in neutral density (ND) filters provide control under different light conditions. Canon's exclusive Dual Pixel CMOS AF technology makes its debut in the XF400 and offers 80 percent vertical and horizontal coverage of the image area to deliver fast and precise focus even when the subject moves through the frame. The XF400 is designed to provide excellent mobility. Recorded files can be transferred via FTP, directly from the camcorder or wirelessly through the built-in Wi-Fi. The Wi-Fi allows the camcorder to be operated via a smartphone or tablet. Also, the XF400 is fully compatible with the Canon Remote Controller RC-V100. The XF400 contains an HDMI 2.0 connector that supports UHD 4K 60p.</p> <h2>Features of the Canon XF400 4K Camcorder</h2> <ul> <li>1.0-Type CMOS sensor</li> <li>Dual DIGIC DV6 image processor</li> <li>25.5 mm 15x optical zoom in 4K</li> <li>30x Advanced Full HD Zoom</li> <li>Dual Pixel CMOS AF</li> <li>Transfer files via Ethernet or built-in Wi-Fi</li> <li>Two SD card slots</li> <li>Contains HDMI 2.0 connector that supports UHD 4K 60p</li> </ul>
CANONXF400
Canon XF400 4K | 2 Years Warranty
Canon XA11 Compact Full HD | 2 Years Warranty
€1,121.00
Out-of-Stock
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5/ 5
<div> <div class="productDescription_3d-uhdpIFfxbuhG5B7_INl"> <div> <p>The <span>Canon XA11 Full HD Camcorder</span> is a compact run-and-gun camera that is suitable for ENG, event coverage, and independent and documentary filmmaking. The camera features a 1/2.84", 1920 x 1080 CMOS sensor that captures video at various frame rates up to 59.94p, including a 24p mode for a more cinematic feel. The integrated Canon 20x HD optical zoom lens has a 35mm equivalent zoom range of 26.8 to 576mm and features an 8-bladed iris to render highlights more naturally.<br /><br />The final piece in the image chain is Canon's DIGIC DV 4 image processor. This high-speed image-processing engine powers Canon's Dynamic IS (Image Stabilization) mode reducing image distortion over traditional up-down, left-right image stabilization by adding correction for camera roll in three axes. The power of the DIGIC DV 4 allows the camera to simultaneously encode your video to two different codecs and bit rates, allowing you to have web-ready versions of your master footage available as soon as you stop recording.<br /><br />The XA11 features both a 3.5" OLED touch panel view screen with a 10,000:1 contrast ratio, and a color electronic viewfinder with 1,560,000 dots of resolution. The camera features full manual control and auto modes for exposure, focus, white balance, gain, and shutter speed. The camera provides professional features such as a pre-record buffer, peaking, zebra bars, color bars, and reference tone. The zoom speed is adjustable with variable, constant (with 16 different speed levels), fast, normal, and slow settings. The camera features a detachable top handle with zoom toggle, record start/stop, IR emitter, tally light, accessory shoe, external mic holder, two XLR connectors with phantom power, and manual audio level controls. The XA11 includes a built-in headphone jack and Mini HDMI connector, and it outputs composite video and audio via a 3.5mm mini-jack.<br /><br />Two built-in SD/SDHC/SDXC memory card slots allow you to record video to available media cards in both slots at the same time. This allows you to create an instant backup copy for archiving and data protection. You can also capture high-resolution AVCHD or MP4 video files on one card while creating a lower data rate MP4 more suitable for the web on the other card. When using two media cards and the camera is in Relay mode, there is no need to stop shooting to swap out a full media card; when one card becomes full, recording seamlessly switches to the other card.</p> </div> </div> </div> <div> <div> <div> <div> <h2 class="h2_34R1Z4rcOIa8NE_99A_jkV">Canon Native 1920 x 1080 CMOS Sensor</h2> <div class="description_2ub4q6HodBZr8d45BEOdIW"> <div>The XA11 features a 1/2.84-inch HD CMOS Pro sensor with 2.91MP. The large size of the individual pixels enables a minimum subject illumination of 1.0 lux for shooting in low-light conditions.</div> </div> </div> </div> <div> <div> <h2 class="h2_34R1Z4rcOIa8NE_99A_jkV">20x Optical Zoom Lens</h2> <div class="description_2ub4q6HodBZr8d45BEOdIW"> <div>The Canon 20x HD zoom lens provides a zoom range with a 35mm equivalent of 26.8 to 576mm and features an improved circular iris design providing a more natural look with out-of-focus areas that are smoother and more appealing. Zoom speed can be set to variable, constant (with 16 levels), fast, normal, or slow.</div> </div> </div> </div> <div> <div> <h2 class="h2_34R1Z4rcOIa8NE_99A_jkV">DIGIC DV 4 Image Processor</h2> <div class="description_2ub4q6HodBZr8d45BEOdIW"> <div>The DIGIC DV 4 Image Processor works in concert with the sensor to provide images with low noise and rich color depth. The processing power of the DIGIC DV 4 enables the simultaneous encoding of video to different codecs and bit rates for recording to two separate SD cards at the same time.</div> </div> </div> </div> <div> <div> <h2 class="h2_34R1Z4rcOIa8NE_99A_jkV">Auto Focus</h2> <div class="description_2ub4q6HodBZr8d45BEOdIW"> <div>Canon Auto Focus (AF) features include natural-looking medium speed, instant, and face detection AF, which can significantly reduce the effort required when shooters need to keep a particular face in focus in a jostling crowd or similar situation.</div> </div> </div> </div> <div> <div> <h2 class="h2_34R1Z4rcOIa8NE_99A_jkV">Advanced Displays</h2> <div class="description_2ub4q6HodBZr8d45BEOdIW"> <div> <ul> <li>Zebra bars selectable between 70 and 100% are available to help you judge exposure.</li> <li>The XA11 features peaking and 2x image magnification as focus aids.</li> <li>The camera can display and record color bars or color bars with reference tone. The color bars comply with the SMPTE standards. Reference tone levels can be set at -12, -18, or -20 dB.</li> </ul> </div> </div> </div> </div> <div> <div> <h2 class="h2_34R1Z4rcOIa8NE_99A_jkV">3" OLED Touch Panel View Screen and EVF</h2> <div class="description_2ub4q6HodBZr8d45BEOdIW"> <div>The 3", 1,230,000-dot touch panel view screen enables rapidly moving through and selecting menu settings. The color EVF is 0.24" with 1,560,000 dots of resolution and tilts up to 45° to accommodate different shooting positions.</div> </div> </div> </div> <div> <div> <h2 class="h2_34R1Z4rcOIa8NE_99A_jkV">Manual Camera Control</h2> <div class="description_2ub4q6HodBZr8d45BEOdIW"> <div> <ul> <li>The XA11 features selectable manual/automatic control on the camera functions, allowing you to choose the best settings for the situation. Functions include: Exposure, Shutter Speed, Iris, Gain, Exposure Lock, AGC Limit.</li> <li>White Balance features six presets (Daylight, Shade, Cloudy, Tungsten, Fluorescent H, and Fluorescent), as well as two manual white balance settings. Additionally, when specific adjustment of the color temperature is desired, the color temperature may be adjusted in 100K increments from 2000 to 15,000K.</li> <li>The camera's body features five user assignable buttons so you can customize the camera to access features without having to enter the menu system.</li> </ul> </div> </div> </div> </div> <div> <div> <h2 class="h2_34R1Z4rcOIa8NE_99A_jkV">Audio</h2> <div class="description_2ub4q6HodBZr8d45BEOdIW"> <div>The XA11 features an integrated microphone, and the detachable handle houses two XLR Line/Mic level inputs with +48V phantom power for connecting external mics. The detachable handle also houses the manual audio level controls. A built-in 3.5mm headphone jack with 16 volume settings provides for accurate audio monitoring.</div> </div> </div> </div> <div> <div> <h2 class="h2_34R1Z4rcOIa8NE_99A_jkV">Outputs</h2> <div class="description_2ub4q6HodBZr8d45BEOdIW"> <div>The XA11 features an AV mini terminal for composite video (and audio) via a four-pole 3.5mm mini-jack, as well as a Mini HDMI port which delivers video and audio, allowing you the option of superimposing timecode over your video.</div> </div> </div> </div> <div> <div> <h2 class="h2_34R1Z4rcOIa8NE_99A_jkV">Media Card Slots</h2> <div class="description_2ub4q6HodBZr8d45BEOdIW"> <div>Two SD/SDHC/SDXC card slots are built into the camera, allowing for varied recording options: <ul> <li>Dual recording: Allows you to simultaneously record the same footage to different media cards using different codecs and bit rates.</li> <li>Double-slot recording: Allows you to record simultaneously to each of the two SD memory card slots, providing an instant backup for your footage.</li> <li>Relay recording: The XA11 automatically switches video recording from one memory card to the other when the first memory card becomes full.</li> </ul> </div> </div> </div> </div> <div> <div> <h2 class="h2_34R1Z4rcOIa8NE_99A_jkV">Infrared Shooting Mode</h2> <div class="description_2ub4q6HodBZr8d45BEOdIW"> <div>Engaging the Infrared (IR) shooting mode moves the IR Cut filter out of the optical path for shooting in extreme low-light conditions. An IR emitter built into the detachable top handle provides an IR source, and the built-in IR diffuser helps prevent IR hot spots on the subject. In IR mode, you can select from the traditional green-hued IR image or the default setting, which produces a black and white image.</div> </div> </div> </div> <div> <div> <h2 class="h2_34R1Z4rcOIa8NE_99A_jkV">Wired Connectivity</h2> <div class="description_2ub4q6HodBZr8d45BEOdIW"> <div> <ul> <li>USB: An integrated Hi-Speed USB (mini-B) port allows you to download footage from the memory cards. This port is for output only.</li> <li>Remote control port: The camera features a built-in 2.5mm stereo mini-jack for LANC control.</li> </ul> </div> </div> </div> </div> <div> <div> <h2 class="h2_34R1Z4rcOIa8NE_99A_jkV">Detachable Top Handle</h2> <div class="description_2ub4q6HodBZr8d45BEOdIW"> <div>The detachable top handle contains the audio controls and external XLR audio inputs, as well as a tally light, the infrared emitter, and an accessory shoe. You can remove the top handle from the camera to create an even smaller shooting package.</div> </div> </div> </div> <div> <div> <h2 class="h2_34R1Z4rcOIa8NE_99A_jkV">Additional Features</h2> <div class="description_2ub4q6HodBZr8d45BEOdIW"> <div> <ul> <li>Photo capture: The XA11 offers the ability to capture 1920 x 1080 still images. Photos may be captured to an SD memory card during recording, as well as "frame-grabbed" during playback.</li> <li>Pre-record: The XA11 continuously buffers approximately three seconds of video in memory. When you begin recording, the contents of the buffer memory are added allowing you to capture footage before you press record.</li> <li>Intelligent battery system: The XA11 is compatible with Canon's Intelligent lithium-ion batteries, which communicate remaining running time (down to the minute) to the user.</li> </ul> </div> </div> </div> </div> </div> </div>
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Canon XA11 Compact Full HD | 2 Years Warranty
Canon EOS C200 4K Cinema Body | 2 Years Warranty
€5,373.00
Out-of-Stock
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5/ 5
<p>The <strong>Canon EOS C200 4K Cinema Body</strong> is the first Cinema EOS camera that supports the new RAW format - Cinema RAW Light. This allows you to store recordings in smaller size files, for example, on a CFast 2.0 memory card. Newly developed Canon Dual DIGIC DV 6 processors make it possible to capture 4K UHD / 50P MP4, 4K DCI RAW, and continuous 120 frames/sec HFR (High Frame Rate) in Full HD without cropping. It is also possible to record in 4K UHD with 150 Mbps and 2K or Full HD with 35 Mbps on SD card in MP4 format.</p> <p>At the same time, the Dual Pixel CMOS AF technology has been improved, the new LCD touch screen makes for smooth autofocus and effective tracking. With support for up to 15-stop dynamic range with Cinema RAW Light and up to 13-stop dynamic range in MP4 (Canon Log / Log 3), the camera captures details in light and dark parts in an excellent way. The ISO range of 100 to 102,400 provides excellent performance even under difficult lighting conditions, such as when you need to switch quickly between shooting locations. Built-in optical ND filters with up to 10 stops provide extra flexibility and allow video makers to shoot in bright light.</p> <h2>Features of the Canon EOS C200 4K Cinema Body</h2> <ul> <li>Create 4K video in Cinema RAW Light and MP4 format</li> <li>Continuous recording at high frame rate of 120 frames/sec (maximum)</li> <li>Up to 15-stop dynamic range (Cinema RAW Light)</li> <li>Image and sound in high professional quality</li> <li>Dual Pixel CMOS AF with touch control and extensive shooting functions</li> <li>Easy operation and flexible configuration</li> </ul> <h2>Advanced control and ergonomic design</h2> <p>The EOS C200 is designed for professionals and is particularly suitable for independent assignments. The camera is equipped with an advanced autofocus system that provides reliability and accuracy when shooting in 4K format, as well as an LCD touchscreen, where filmmakers can easily choose a design. The lightweight EOS C200 housing of only 1.4kg is designed for comfortable handheld shooting and is a great advantage for long recordings. Thanks to its compact size, the camera is also suitable for mounting on drone or gimbal. With built-in Wifi and Ethernet connectivity, you can control the camera via a web browser and send files via FTP.</p>
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Canon EOS C200 4K Cinema Body | 2 Years Warranty
Sony HXR-MC2500E | 2 Years Warranty
€1,077.00
Out-of-Stock
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5/ 5
<p>With the <span style="color:#2c9ffd;"><strong>Sony HXR-MC2500E NXCAM AVCHD Camcorder</strong></span> you create professional videos on weddings, but this camera also provides high quality material for corporate communication or educational facilities. You have a flexible workflow at your disposal, because you can record directly in High Definition or Standard Definition on a removable memory card or on the 32 GB of internal flash memory. The Sony HXR-MC2500 is designed to serve as the ideal entry camcorder for anyone who produces and sells video material on a professional basis.</p> <h3>Features:</h3> <ul> <li>26.8mm Sony G wide-angle lens</li> <li>Optical SteadyShot met Active Mode</li> <li>OLED Tru-Finder electronic viewfinder</li> <li>3'' LCD screen</li> <li>WiFi and NFC</li> <li>Multi-Interface (MI) Shoe</li> <li>Manual control ring</li> <li>Ergonomic design</li> <li>AVCHD format</li> </ul>
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Sony HXR-MC2500E | 2 Years Warranty
Canon EOS C300 Mark II Body | 2 Years Warranty
€7,882.00
Out-of-Stock
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5/ 5
<p>The EF-mount Cinema <span style="color:#2c9ffd;"><strong>Canon EOS C300 Mark II</strong></span> Camcorder Body with Dual Pixel CMOS AF features a Super 35mm CMOS. This provides faster and more accurate autofocusing to assist users when operating with small crews. Canon's Log 3 Gamma supports 14 stops of dynamic range.</p> <p>The EF lens mount on the <span style="color:#2c9ffd;"><strong>Canon EOS C300 Mark II</strong></span> offers compatibility not only with Canon's existing broad range of DSLR lenses but also with their line of EF-mount CN-E cinema prime and zoom lenses. The Super 35mm sensor is paired with the Canon DIGIC DV 5 image processor, which uses an innovative method of breaking out red, green, and blue data to enable color performance on a level that would otherwise require three separate chips.</p> <p>The camera <span style="color:#2c9ffd;"><strong>Canon EOS C300 Mark II</strong></span> records up to 4K DCI resolution video to CFast 2.0 cards. For more flexibility to adjust your image during postproduction, the camera also offers Canon's Log gamma mode, which results in excellent tonal reproduction in the highlight and lowlight regions of an image, and an expanded dynamic range.</p> <p class="featureTitle">In terms of connections, the camcorder <span style="color:#2c9ffd;"><strong>Canon EOS C300 Mark II</strong></span> features two 3G-SDI outputs, timecode I/O, and genlock input BNCs. The body has a modular design that can either be stripped down completely or be built up using the included handle, 4" rotating LCD unit with full controls, grip, and thumb rest.</p> <div class="sectionHeaders js-hiddenFeatures"><dl class="js-featureSectionDL"><dt class="featureTitle"><strong>Dual Pixel CMOS AF Technology</strong></dt><dt class="featureTitle">It provides continuous AF (Autofocus) function for all autofocus lenses, using Dual Pixel CMOS AF technology. A new AF Lock setting also lets you change the image framing while holding the desired focus. This feature is ideal for users who regularly shoot with smaller crews, who shoot moving subjects, or who want smoother, more natural-looking autofocus.</dt><dt class="featureTitle"></dt><dt class="featureTitle">Dual Pixel CMOS AF technology features a CMOS sensor that consists of an array of pixels that each feature two separate photodiodes. By continuously comparing their outputs during AF mode, phase-difference autofocus helps ensure non-blurred images and smooth focus transitions even when the talent and/or camera are moving.</dt><dt class="featureTitle">The new feature places a high priority on maintaining sharp focus while providing a natural, smooth autofocus movement with select Canon EF lenses - including newer-generation STM lenses - which offer even smoother and quieter operation.</dt><dt class="featureTitle"></dt></dl><div class="js-featureSection"><dl class="js-featureSectionDL"><dt class="featureTitle"><strong>Canon Super 35mm CMOS Sensor</strong></dt><dt class="featureTitle">Modeled on the Super 35mm 3-perf motion picture film standard, the Canon CMOS sensor has an active image size of 24.4 x 13.5mm. It features 4096 x 2160 resolution to deliver Cine 4K images, as well as supporting Ultra HD (3840 x 2160), and Full HD (1920 x 1080)</dt></dl><dl class="js-featureSectionDL"><dt class="featureTitle"><strong>Canon Log Gamma</strong></dt><dt class="featureTitle">Canon Log Gamma 2/ACES/REC.2020 support</dt></dl><dl class="js-featureSectionDL"><dt class="featureTitle"><strong>Dual Canon DIGIC DV 5 Image Processor</strong></dt><dt class="featureTitle">The camera features Dual DIGIC DV 5 processors to handle the internal data processing.</dt></dl><dl class="js-featureSectionDL"><dt class="featureTitle"><strong>XF AVC Codec</strong></dt><dt class="featureTitle">To create digital files robust enough for major postproduction, the <span style="color:#2c9ffd;"><strong>Canon EOS C300 Mark II</strong></span> delivers the highest image quality with its XF AVC Codec - an H.264 format wrapped in the widely-supported MXF wrapper</dt></dl><dl class="js-featureSectionDL"><dt class="featureTitle"><strong>Designed with Filmmakers in Mind</strong></dt><dt class="featureTitle">A logical layout of buttons and dials make operation simple. A lock switch turns off all controls except the recording button and function buttons. Small ridges between the buttons help prevent activating functions by mistake. A backlit display panel is great for low-light viewing. A tally lamp is clearly visible from the side or behind the camera.</dt></dl><dl class="js-featureSectionDL"><dt class="featureTitle"><strong>Compact &amp; Modular Design</strong></dt><dt class="featureTitle">The <span style="color:#2c9ffd;"><strong>Canon EOS C300 Mark II</strong></span> body is compact and easily handheld at just over 3 lb. There is a bright 1.55 Megapixel electronic viewfinder, and the camera comes bundled with a removable combination 4", 1.23 Megapixel monitor and control panel. The camera <span style="color:#2c9ffd;"><strong>Canon EOS C300 Mark II</strong></span> also has a removable handgrip with a control dial and function buttons for handheld shooting in DSLR style, or remove it and use the supplied thumb rest for completely stripped-down shooting. The <span style="color:#2c9ffd;"><strong>Canon EOS C300 Mark II</strong></span> has a manually operated built-in neutral density (ND) glass filter offering 1/4, 1/16, and 1/64th steps of filtering. Handheld or using a tripod, on location or in the studio, even on 3-D rigs, the <span style="color:#2c9ffd;"><strong>Canon EOS C300 Mark II</strong></span> fits shooting situations that are challenging for larger cameras.</dt></dl><dl class="js-featureSectionDL"><dt class="featureTitle"><strong>Rugged, Durable &amp; Quiet</strong></dt><dt class="featureTitle">The <span style="color:#2c9ffd;"><strong>Canon EOS C300 Mark II</strong></span>'s dust-proof and splash-proof design includes sealing gaskets around the edges of all access covers, dials fitted with o-rings on the axis of rotation, and button key-tops sealed with rubber.</dt><dt class="featureTitle"></dt><dt class="featureTitle">The <span style="color:#2c9ffd;"><strong>Canon EOS C300 Mark II</strong></span> also features a built-in silent cooling system with a heat-dissipating duct in the center of the body, a graphite sheet that conducts sensor heat towards the heat sink, three ventilation holes, and a cooling fan that pulls hot air out through an exhaust opening. All air is directed through a discrete pathway that keeps dust particles away from sensitive components. Your camera runs cool, quiet, and clean.</dt></dl><dl class="js-featureSectionDL"><dt class="featureTitle"><strong>Ultra-High-Resolution EVF</strong></dt><dt class="featureTitle">The <span style="color:#2c9ffd;"><strong>Canon EOS C300 Mark II</strong></span> features a 0.46", 1.17 Megapixel color EVF and 100% field of view coverage for comfortable viewing and accurate judgment of composition, focus, and color. The angle of the viewfinder is adjustable for additional user comfort. EVF adjustments include brightness, contrast, color, and backlight (Normal or Bright).</dt></dl><dl class="js-featureSectionDL"><dt class="featureTitle"><strong>Rich Audio Controls</strong></dt><dt class="featureTitle">When mounted to the <span style="color:#2c9ffd;"><strong>Canon EOS C300 Mark II</strong></span> camera, the included control unit provides two XLR audio inputs with +48V phantom power. A 3.5mm microphone terminal is also built in to the camera. Audio is recorded uncompressed in 16-bit PCM format at 48 kHz for high fidelity sound. Both XLR inputs, as well as the mic terminal have the option for automatic, as well as full manual gain control (-Infinity to +18dB). Additionally, a 3.5mm headphone terminal with 16 volume settings offers accurate audio monitoring.</dt></dl><dl class="js-featureSectionDL"><dt class="featureTitle"><strong>CFast Memory Card Recording</strong></dt><dt class="featureTitle">The camera <span style="color:#2c9ffd;"><strong>Canon EOS C300 Mark II</strong></span> records to CFast 1 cards through two slots.</dt></dl><dl class="js-featureSectionDL"><dt class="featureTitle"><strong>High-Speed, Slow-Motion, Time-Lapse &amp; Stop-Motion</strong></dt><dt class="featureTitle">Beyond the advantages of file-based recording, the camera offers a number of creative possibilities in post-production including Slow &amp; Fast motion.</dt></dl><dl class="js-featureSectionDL"><dt class="featureTitle"><strong>Connectivity</strong></dt><dt class="featureTitle">To connect to external monitors, switchers, VTRs, and NLE systems with SDI inputs, the <span style="color:#2c9ffd;"><strong>Canon EOS C300 Mark II</strong></span> features industry-standard HD-SDI output, genlock, and timecode terminals, plus audio terminals with linear PCM recording. Timecode and genlock enable synchronized multiple camera capture, perfect for multiple-camera shots, 3D acquisition, and more. The HD-SDI sync terminal can be switched to output to HD Sync, HD Y, Black Burst, and Composite.</dt></dl><dl class="js-featureSectionDL"><dt class="featureTitle"><strong>Full Manual Control &amp; Focusing Aids</strong></dt><dt class="featureTitle">The camera <span style="color:#2c9ffd;"><strong>Canon EOS C300 Mark II</strong></span> has a Waveform Monitor (WFM) function that shows the overall brightness of a scene, with RGB Parade Display to view red, green, and blue brightness or Spot Display to isolate the luminance distribution of a chosen area. The Vectorscope (VS) display shows real-time hue and saturation levels.</dt><dt class="featureTitle">For sharp focus, the <span style="color:#2c9ffd;"><strong>Canon EOS C300 Mark II</strong></span> camera has two peaking modes and a magnified focus assist function. An Edge Monitor Focus Assist provides both a waveform representing the overall degree of focus and a red waveform that represents focus in three specific areas displayed on the camera's 4" LCD monitor. To maintain proper highlight exposure, it offers a zebra bar feature as well.</dt></dl></div> </div>
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Canon EOS C300 Mark II Body | 2 Years Warranty
Canon EOS C100 Mark II Body | 2 Years Warranty
€2,490.00
Out-of-Stock
,
5/ 5
<p>The <span style="color:#2c9ffd;"><strong>Canon EOS C100 Mark II</strong></span> Cinema EOS Camera with Dual Pixel CMOS AF is Canon's updated version of the C100 designed for event videographers, documentarians, and independent filmmakers. It incorporates the continuous autofocus function compatible with all Canon autofocus lenses, using Dual Pixel CMOS AF technology. This new feature provides faster and more accurate autofocusing to assist users when operating with small crews.</p> <p>The <span style="color:#2c9ffd;"><strong>Canon EOS C100 Mark II</strong></span> also adds a variety of upgraded features including face detection AF, MP4 recording, additional frame rates when recording in AVCHD and slow &amp; fast motion options when recording in MP4. The Mark II also has an additional microphone on the camera body for recording sound when the top handle is removed. It incorporates a 3.5" OLED display with increased resolution, and the EVF is now almost twice as large as on the original C100 and tilts as well. The Mark II supports GPS, and features built-in wireless functionality. The HDMI output supports timecode, as does the original C100, but it also supports Canon Log LUT.</p> <p>The <span style="color:#2c9ffd;"><strong>Canon EOS C100 Mark II</strong></span> uses the same Super 35mm Canon CMOS sensor as its big brother, the C300, but uses a Digic DV 4 processor. With an EF lens mount, the camera is compatible with the full range of Canon EF, EF-S, and EF Cinema lenses. This is particularly useful for DSLR shooters who have already invested in Canon lenses. The camera uses the AVCHD codec to record 1080p video up to 24 Mbps. It supports dual SD/SDHC/SDXC memory cards which, thanks to the efficient AVCHD codec, allows you to record nearly three hours of HD video on a single 32GB card. For professional applications, you can also record clean, uncompressed 4:2:2 video with embedded timecode via the HDMI output.</p> <p>The ergonomic design of the <span style="color:#2c9ffd;"><strong>Canon EOS C100 Mark II</strong></span> is streamlined to support one-person shoots. Weighing only 2.2 pounds in its basic configuration, the camera's flexible modular design supports a variety of shooting styles. Additional features such as One-Shot AF and Push Auto Iris allow operators to spend less time checking camera settings and more time capturing cinematic footage.</p> <dl class="js-featureSectionDL"><dt class="featureTitle"><strong>Dual Pixel CMOS AF Technology</strong></dt><dt class="featureTitle">The Continuous AF (Autofocus) function for all autofocus lenses, using Dual Pixel CMOS AF technology. A new AF Lock setting also lets you change the image framing while holding the desired focus. This feature is ideal for users who regularly shoot with smaller crews, who shoot moving subjects, or who want smoother, more natural-looking autofocus.</dt><dt class="featureTitle"></dt><dt class="featureTitle">Dual Pixel CMOS AF technology features a CMOS sensor that consists of an array of pixels that each feature two separate photodiodes. By continuously comparing their outputs during AF mode, phase-difference autofocus helps ensure non-blurred images and smooth focus transitions even when the talent and/or camera are moving. The new feature places a high priority on maintaining sharp focus while providing a natural, smooth autofocus movement with select Canon EF lenses - including newer-generation STM lenses - which offer even smoother and quieter operation.</dt></dl><dl class="js-featureSectionDL"><dt class="featureTitle"><strong>Continuous Recording</strong></dt><dt class="featureTitle">The continuous, nonstop recording function allows you to create In and Out points in the footage every time the START/STOP button is pressed. At this time, the continuous recording function is compatible with Grass Valley's EDIUS Pro 7 software.</dt></dl><dl class="js-featureSectionDL"><dt class="featureTitle"><strong>320 to 102,400 ISO Range</strong></dt><dt class="featureTitle">With an extended ISO range from 320 to 102,400, the <span style="color:#2c9ffd;"><strong>Canon EOS C100 Mark II</strong></span> is even more sensitive to light than its predecessor. This lets you shoot usable footage during low-light and night shoots, even when using available or ambient lighting as your main light source. Being able to operate under lower light levels means you can work quickly with smaller crews and resources, ideal for low-budget and independent filmmakers.</dt></dl><dl class="js-featureSectionDL"><dt class="featureTitle"><strong>Menu Navigation via Camera Buttons</strong></dt><dt class="featureTitle">Internal camera menus are now controllable from buttons on the camera body. While previously a removable joystick was the only way to control the internal menus, now buttons on the rear of the camera under the built-in monitor can be used. This lets you access the menus when the side grip is removed.</dt></dl><dl class="js-featureSectionDL"><dt class="featureTitle"><strong>Viewfinder Magnification Location Shift</strong></dt><dt class="featureTitle">Manually move the center of the camera's magnification viewing area to one of 25 different locations throughout the image frame using the joystick. Now camera operators can easily check focus even on subjects that are located away from the center of the image frame.</dt></dl><dl class="js-featureSectionDL"><dt class="featureTitle"><strong>Record Button Lock</strong></dt><dt class="featureTitle">The Key Lock setting now makes it possible to lock all operations, including the record button. This helps to prevent accidental operation during a critical shoot by the operator inadvertently pressing a wrong button</dt></dl><dl class="js-featureSectionDL"><dt class="featureTitle"><strong>Super 35mm 8.3MP CMOS Sensor</strong></dt><dt class="featureTitle">The Super 35mm-sized sensor provides an angle-of-view and depth of field that equivalent to that of traditional Super 35mm film. With a native resolution of 8.3MP and a wider pixel pitch than conventional professional camcorders, the sensor offers enhanced sensitivity and reduced noise in low light environments.</dt></dl><dl class="js-featureSectionDL"><dt class="featureTitle"><strong>DIGIC DV 4 Image Processor</strong></dt><dt class="featureTitle">Designed and built by Canon for the highest HD RGB processing, the DIGIC DV 4 Image Processor uses proprietary circuits and architecture to deliver the highest image quality at the highest speeds, with low power consumption and minimal heat output. It processes the RGB representations that originate in the single CMOS sensor of the camera into three channels (Red, Blue, and Green) to maintain the rich resolution and clean color fidelity formerly possible only in three-chip sensor designs.</dt></dl><dl class="js-featureSectionDL"><dt class="featureTitle"><strong>Low Light Sensitivity</strong></dt><dt class="featureTitle">Working together, the Super 35mm sensor and DIGIC DV 4 Image Processor achieve a high signal-to-noise ratio that enables recordings with great detail and dynamic range even in minimal light.</dt></dl><dl class="js-featureSectionDL"><dt class="featureTitle"><strong>Canon Log Gamma and Wide DR Gamma</strong></dt><dt class="featureTitle">Canon Log records an image with subdued contrast and sharpness, which preserves a high dynamic range and presupposes color grading in post production. Canon Log Gamma emphasizes rich gradients from mid-range to highlights, resulting in 12-stops of dynamic range. At ISO 850 and above, Canon Log Gamma enables 5.3 stops of latitude above optimal exposure (and 6.7 stops below), broadening the available dynamic range in color grading.</dt><dt class="featureTitle"></dt><dt class="featureTitle">Wide DR Gamma yields wide dynamic range by suppressing brightness while maintaining gradations, but is designed to produce finished-looking images without requiring any color grading in post-production.</dt></dl><dl class="js-featureSectionDL"><dt class="featureTitle"><strong>EF Lens Mount with EF Contacts</strong></dt><dt class="featureTitle">The camera is fully compatible with Canon's renowned EF mount lenses. Even specialty lenses, such as Canon's 24mm f/3.5L II tilt shift lens or the 8-15mm f/4L Ultra-Wide Zoom fisheye lens. When shooting with EF lenses, the camera features peripheral illumination correction, which automatically compensates for light fall-off in the corners of the image.</dt></dl><dl class="js-featureSectionDL"><dt class="featureTitle"><strong>Multiple Recording Modes and Frame Rates in AVCHD</strong></dt><dt class="featureTitle">The <span style="color:#2c9ffd;"><strong>Canon EOS C100 Mark II</strong></span> supports AVCHD bit rates up to 24 Mbps (LPCM) at a maximum resolution of 1920x1080. Frame rates of 59.94p, 50p, 59.94i, 50i, 24p, 25p, PF30, and PF24 are all available to meet the needs of your production workflow. It supports relay recording of long takes between dual SD cards or can write video to both cards for redundancy in the event of SD card failure. Pre REC mode buffers approximately three seconds before the tally light activates.</dt></dl><dl class="js-featureSectionDL"><dt class="featureTitle"><strong>Multiple Recording Modes and Frame Rates in MP4</strong></dt><dt class="featureTitle">The <span style="color:#2c9ffd;"><strong>Canon EOS C100 Mark II</strong></span> supports recording in 1920 x 1080p recording to MP4, at multiple frame rates, and also supports 720p and 640 x 360 frame sizes.</dt></dl><dl class="js-featureSectionDL"><dt class="featureTitle"><strong>Uncompressed HDMI Out with Timecode &amp; Canon Log LUT Support</strong></dt><dt class="featureTitle">Outputting an uncompressed signal via HDMI. This signal can superimpose timecode and the 2:3 pulldown marker, which means an external recorder and converter can process the HDMI output as an SDI signal. External recorders provide an instant back-up and help to streamline post-production workflows. The HDMI output also supports Canon Log LUT output.</dt></dl><dl class="js-featureSectionDL"><dt class="featureTitle"><strong>Compact and Ergonomic Design</strong></dt><dt class="featureTitle">Designed with the solo shooter in mind it is 85% the size of the Canon C300, and it is based on a mobile core design that allows additional accessories to be attached depending on the situation. Strip the camera down for a "run-and-gun" style, or complement the camera with the full range of camera-mounted accessories. With a compact body, you can even shoot dual-camera 3D without an over-sized and cumbersome rig. Its light weight reduces user fatigue and allows even elaborate rigging systems to remain mobile enough for a single operator. The removable accessory hand grip rotates 360 degrees for comfortable shooting positions, while customizable hardware buttons allow the camera to fit your own personal shooting preferences.</dt></dl><dl class="js-featureSectionDL"><dt class="featureTitle"><strong>Removable Top Handle with XLR Inputs and Stereo Microphone</strong></dt><dt class="featureTitle">Including a top mounted handle unit, which features two XLR connectors and a microphone shock mount. XLR connections offer a high quality audio input for professional grade microphones and facilitate 2 channel 48kHz linear PCM (24 Mbps) audio recordings.</dt></dl><dl class="js-featureSectionDL"><dt class="featureTitle"><strong>High Resolution EVF and Integrated OLED Display</strong></dt><dt class="featureTitle">Accurately check focus, composition, and exposure with the 1.23 million dot-equivalent 0.45" electronic viewfinder with 100% coverage. The built-in 3.5" 1.23MP equivalent OLED panel tilts 100 degrees for flexibility when composing tough perspective shots and rotates 180 degrees to protect the screen when not in use. Use the LCD display to review footage or to view the camera's waveform monitor.</dt></dl><dl class="js-featureSectionDL"><dt class="featureTitle"><strong>AVCHD or MP4 File Based Recording to SD Cards</strong></dt><dt class="featureTitle">The <span style="color:#2c9ffd;"><strong>Canon EOS C100 Mark II</strong></span> records video to SDHC/SDXC cards using AVCHD, a high-efficiency codec that has quickly become a standard in both the professional and consumer video markets. Maximum bit-rate is 24 Mbps. Video files greater than 2GB are split into multiple files while recording, which are automatically joined together upon import using Canon Data Import. AVCHD video is widely supported across NLE systems and is the standard codec for Blu-Ray.</dt><dt class="featureTitle"></dt><dt class="featureTitle">The <span style="color:#2c9ffd;"><strong>Canon EOS C100 Mark II</strong></span> records using the MP4 codec, and can record in fast motion (25% faster) or slow motion (40% slower) in MP4 recording mode.</dt></dl><dl class="js-featureSectionDL"><dt class="featureTitle"><strong>Full Manual Control and Focusing Aids</strong></dt><dt class="featureTitle">The <span style="color:#2c9ffd;"><strong>Canon EOS C100 Mark II</strong></span> offers complete manual control of each aspect of the recording process. Create and recall custom picture settings, camera functions, and display options. The <span style="color:#2c9ffd;"><strong>Canon EOS C100 Mark II</strong></span> also features several powerful and intuitive focusing aids in both the EVF and LCD monitor that make it easy to confirm critical focus distance; Peaking Modes and Magnify Focus Modes are available while in standby or while recording. Additionally, the LCD features Edge Monitor Display; green waveform display the overall focus of the scene and red waveform provide focus feedback of the three focus check boxes visible on the LCD monitor.</dt></dl><dl class="js-featureSectionDL"><dt class="featureTitle"><strong>One Shot AF and Push Auto Iris</strong></dt><dt class="featureTitle">One-Shot AF executes focus adjustments with a dedicated button, and the Push Auto Iris button automatically adjusts the aperture of the lens to quickly and easily maintain proper exposure. Both of these functions can be accessed even when operating in manual mode.</dt></dl><dl class="js-featureSectionDL"><dt class="featureTitle"><strong>Built-In ND Filters</strong></dt><dt class="featureTitle">In excessively bright environments neutral density filters are often required to avoid over exposure, without compromising desirable shutter and aperture settings. It features built-in ND filters in three densities, which make for four ND configurations (OFF, 2 stops, 4 stops, 6 stops). The built-in ND filters are deployed via a manual dial.</dt></dl><dl class="js-featureSectionDL"><dt class="featureTitle"><strong>Remote Terminal</strong></dt><dt class="featureTitle">Remotely control the camera via its LANC-compatible remote terminal. Remote operation allows for single-person operation even in creative rigging situations.</dt></dl><p></p>
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