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Canon Cinema EOS C500 EF super 35mm 4K digital cinematography camcorder with EF lens mount
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Canon Cinema EOS C500 4K EF
Canon CINEMA EOS SYSTEM takes another giant leap forward. The new EOS C500 comes out with support for 4K RAW output. Canon offers new possibilities for your imagination and creativity.
Supporting next-generation 4K-resolution video capture and RAW data output, the EOS C500/EOS C500 PL will achieve exceptional video results without any loss in quality. The camera’s uncompressed 4K output will unleash the full potential of Canon’s premium range of EF Cinema Lenses, combining with Canon Log Gamma, which delivers the high-quality video and wide exposure latitude required by digital cinematographers.
Furthermore, 12-bit RGB 4:4:4 signal during 2K (2,048 x 1,080 pixels) video output will deliver rich colour and high compatibility with image processes such as chroma key compositing. Support for frame rates up to 120p in both 4K and 2K resolution will provide enhanced creative flexibility, enabling high-speed (slow motion) video capture in high resolution.
A development prototype of the EOS C500 digital cinema camera will be on display at NAB 2012, one of the world’s largest events for the video, broadcasting equipment and digital media industries. NAB 2012 will take place from April 16-19 in Las Vegas, USA.
The EOS C500 capitalizes on the groundbreaking ergonomic design of the EOS C300 camera, and offers a new Super 35mm, 8.85-megapixel CMOS image sensor, DIGIC DV III Image Processor and an expansive range of recording and output options specifically for 4K and 2K image acquisition. Addressing the discrete needs of cinema and TV, the EOS C500 offers two forms of 4K origination - productions can dynamically select DCI (SMPTE 2048-1:2011 standard) or the alternative television-centric Quad-HD (SMPTE 2036-1:2009 and ITU-R BT.1769 standards) source image formats - and output a selection of 4K, 2K and HD digital sampling formats.
The EOS C500 features uncompressed Canon RAW output for both 4K and 2K recording. The Canon RAW output is delivered to external recording systems via built-in dual 3G-SDI ports. Dual uncompressed HD-SDI out ports supports external live monitoring. HD or 2K content can be written to dual onboard CF cards simultaneously to provide proxy video for offline NLE systems.
Canon has collaborated with some of the most respected names in the industry to ensure the standardized 4K/2K output interfaces work with external digital recording units, portable and master monitors and color grading systems - affording maximum flexibility to production and post-production teams.
4K support and Super 35mm equivalent approx. 8.85-megapixel CMOS sensor deliver superb image quality.
Expected Q4 2012
4K/2K video output (3G-SDI × 2ch)
Super 35mm equivalent CMOS sensor
Wide range ISO setting 320-20000
Modular design to enable high mobility and wide compatibility
Supporting versatile workflows
Compatible with all EF Cinema and EF lenses, over 60 in all.
|Sensor size||Super 35mm equivalent|
|Lens mount||EOS C500: Canon EF mount|
|Effective pixels||8.85 megapixels (approx.)|
|ND filter system||3 sets, 4 filters (clear, 2 stops, 4 stops, 6 stops)|
|Main input/output terminals||Output: 3G-SDI 1 / 3G-SDI 2, MON. 1 / MON. 2, HD SD SDI, HDMI OUT,|
|Sync OUT (switchable HD Sync / HD Y / Black Burst / Composite), Headphone|
|Input/Output: TIME CODE terminal|
|Input: GenLock, XLR×2, Microphone (3.5 mm)|
4K/2K video output
The EOS C500 is based on a Super 35mm equivalent CMOS sensor to enable 4K RAW/2K RGB/2K YCC video output. As this revolutionary camera offers RAW output without the image noise usually caused by compression, you can create the exact image effect you imagined during post production. With the combination of superb EF Cinema lenses, the EOS C500 can realize high-resolution 4K images with richly detailed information.
High-sensitive sensor to enable shooting at ISO 20000s
Canon’s Super 35mm equivalent, large-sized CMOS sensor with approx. 8.85 megapixels allows you to shoot in lower light conditions than ever. It offers a wide range of ISO settings from 320 to 20,000, enabled by Canon’s unique high-sensitivity and low-noise technologies.
DocumentationEOS C500 Leaflet (1.04 MB)
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