Canon firmware updates announced for Canon EOS C700, C100, C100 MK II, XC10 and XC15 camcorders and ME-series (ME20F-SH and ME200S-SH) cameras. The C700 firmware update unlocks additional recording functionality on the CDX-36150.
Great news for all C300 Mark II both current and future owners - the camera has now been officially certified for EBU Tier 1 HD and Tier 2 4K Classification for professional broadcast work. The BBC and other leading broadcasters in the UK and Europe often use the EBU classifications when selecting cameras for jobs, and now that the C300 MK II is officially on the list with the impressive 15 stops dynamic range and a wealth of on-board codecs, owner-operators can rest assured their camera has been officially tested.
One of the major announcements by Canon at this year's NAB Show in Las Vegas was of course the highly-anticipated successor the Canon EOS C300, named appropriately in Canon style to the EOS C300 Mark II, this time with 4K on board recording, 4K Raw output and a ton of new features. However, the other big announcement was the smaller, but very capable XC10 hybrid 4K camera.
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