Canon has announced the latest model in its Cinema range of video cameras, the EOS C200.
The third generation Cinema EOS camera has a new 8.85 megapixel CMOS sensor along with a new Dual DIGIC DV6 image processor. It can record in the new Canon Cinema RAW Light at DCI 4K resolution in 60p/50p (10-bit) or 24p/25p/30p (12-bit). The camera is capable of recording both these formats internally to a CFast card. You can also record in MP4 up to 60p in 8-bit. The C200 also includes Canon’s Dual Pixel CMOS AF for faster focusing with face detection.
Other features include ISO 100-102400 sensitivity, in-camera ND filters, dual SD and single CFast card slots with simultaneous recording, oversampling HD processing, wide DR gamma, and ACESproxy support. The C200 has support for Canon CINE-SERVO and EF Cinema lenses.
The C200 will be available in two variants, a standard variant with LM-V1 LCD Monitor, LA-V1 LCD Attachment, GR-V1 Camera Grip, and HDU-2 Handle Unit and C200B that comes with just the camera body without any of the accessories. The accessories will be sold separately.
The EOS C200 is priced at $7499 and the C200B at $5999. The COMPACT-SERVO 70-200mm Zoom Lens announced alongside will be available separately for $5800. The camera and the accessories will be available in September.