Hollywood DP, Russell Carpenter, ASC (True Lies, Titanic, Charlie's Angels) and Canon Explorer Of Light Tyler Stableford show off the impressive dynamic range, low light performance and versatility of the Canon EOS C700 in new promo called "The Calling".
The Canon EOS C700 sits firmly atop their Cinema EOS lineup, and thanks to its latest generation Super 35 format sensor and is designed to be a flexible “A” camera for various types of high end productions. The EOS C700 features both internal 4K ProRes and 10bit and 12bit XF-AVC recording. With the optional 4K Codex CDX-3150 recorder, the EOS C700 is capable of recording uncompressed RAW up to 120 frames per second.
Canon EOS C700 Features and Highlights
- New 4K Super 35mm CMOS Sensor
- 4K RAW up to 100P/120P, to the optional dockable CODEX RAW recorder
- Locking EF Mount
- Up to 15 Stops of Dynamic Range
- HDR Monitoring output
- BT.2020 Support for UHD Production
- Optional Full HD OLED Viewfinder
- Shoulder Mount and Shoulder Style Grip
- Dual Pixel CMOS AF
- 4K/50p and 60p, 2K up to 120fps Full Sensor
- 2K/HD up to 240 fps Super-Slow Motion (2x Crop Sensor)
- Canon Log 2 and Canon Log 3
- 10bit/12bit XF-AVC and 4444 ProRes
- Records onto CFast 2.0
- 4K/120fps RAW, 4.5K Raw Anamorphic and 4K ProRes up to 60p via dedicated CODEX Raw Recorder
Go Behind The Scenes of the "The Calling" in the video below:
The Canon EOS C700 is available in EF or PL mount versions with an optional dedicated high resolution OLED viewfinder and dedicated accessories such as a shoulder mount and lens grip making it perfect for documentary productions.
With it's ability to shoot 4K and slow motion up to 120fps using the full sensor or 240fps in lower resolution and sensor crop, the Canon EOS C700 lends itself to just about any production which requires absolute image quality. Narrative TV drama and feature films can benefit greatly from the perfect integration between the EOS C700 and Canon's CN-E cine primes or cine zooms including the popular CN7x17 17-120mm servo zoom lens.
Canon have put in a tremendous amount of work to develop the EOS C700 from scratch, from a brand new 4K sensor to a new body design, which is a major departure from what we are used to seeing in a C500 or a C300 mark II. Taking on a more traditional shoulder design, the new C700 combined with its rugged design can seamlessly integrate into any high-end production environment, while still providing stellar image quality, which we can see demonstrated in "The Calling".
The Canon EOS C700 made its debut at IBC 2016 back in September and we had a chance to stop by the Canon booth to shoot this video below.
As an official UK distributor for the Canon EOS C700, we can offer the camera in all its configurations to our customers. Get in touch with us at 0208 977 1222 to discuss your production requirements or visit our Canon EOS C700 page on our website here.