Canon C500 Mark II movie camera appearance and parameters exposure

  Foreign media sources said that Canon will release the CinemaEOSC500MarkII movie camera at the IBC2019 Netherlands Broadcasting Show around September 5th. The appearance of the camera and some parameters have also been exposed:

Canon C500 Mark II movie camera appearance and parameters exposure

  Canon CinemaEOSC500MarkII

  Leaked parameters:

  Full-frame image sensor

   RAW format in-camera recording 4:2:210bit XF-AVC video recording User-changeable lens mount Optional accessories and functions: EVF electronic viewfinder, synchronization Phase-locked, 12G-SDI ultra-high-speed data transmission interface. First released EF, PL bayonet version BP-A series battery power supply, optional V-Mount battery module 4*XLR input module optional forward compatible with EVF-V70, LV- M1 and other Canon CinemaEOS movie camera accessories support high-speed CFexpress memory card support WiFi, IP streaming media function

Canon C500 Mark II movie camera appearance and parameters exposure

  The rumored Canon 8K movie camera

   In addition to the C500MarkII, Canon also has an 8K movie camera under development. The model may be C300MarkIII, Apple used the new MacPro to process 4:4:4 format ProRes8KRAW video at the WWDC Global Developers Conference before. This video is said to be shot using Canon’s unreleased C300MarkIII.

  Editor’s point of view:

   The biggest selling point of Canon’s C500 movie camera was the in-camera recording of 4KRaw format video. Unfortunately, it must be used with an external recorder. It is difficult to give full play to the advantages of simplicity and flexibility. If the rumors are true, the new C500MarkII perfectly complements the shortcomings of the predecessors. The design of the lens mount that users can change by themselves also makes the choice of lens more flexible. This is absolutely good news.

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