Canon EOS C300 Mark II 4K Camcorder
Free CFast Card Twin Pack Worth £619
The Canon EOS C300 Mark II 4K Camcorder builds on the success of the widely appreciated and used Canon C200. This resigned body is packed with features that make your life as a filmmaker easy as well as providing you with incredibly high-quality and professional video footage. The more rugged design features advanced 8.85MP Super 35mm CMOS sensor with dual DIGIC DV5 processors, new professional ...
Canon EOS C300 Mark II 4K Camcorder (PL Mount)
Building on the unprecedented success of the acclaimed EOS C300, the more rugged EOS C300 Mark II (PL mount) features an advanced imaging engine with dual DIGIC DV5 processors, new professional codecs, and outstanding dynamic range. With its ability to record 4K, this camera offers professional filmmakers and broadcasters the very best image quality in both broadcast and DCI cinematic resolutions.
Canon EOS C200 4K Camcorder
The Canon EOS C200 opens up new creative options for videographers, and it's the first Canon cinema camera to offer internal 4K recording. Users can capture 10-bit 4K 50p and 12-bit 4K 25p in the new Cinema RAW Light codec, as well as continuous 120p in Full HD without crop. This can all be seamlessly recorded internally to a CFast 2.0 card, and is powered by dual DIGIC DV6 processors.
Canon EOS C100 Mark II High Definition Camcorder
Free Monopod/card worth £317
The Canon EOS C100 Mark II High Definition Camcorder builds upon its predecessor, the flagship Canon C100 which has become an industry-standard camera, and a favourite of film schools to teach new filmmakers cinematography. It features a Super 35mm format 8.3-megapixel CMOS imaging sensor alongside the DIGIC 4 Image Processor, and the Dual Pixel CMOS autofocus. The latter delivers consistent and ...
Canon XF405 Compact Camcorder
The Canon XF405 Camcorder offers 4K recording up to 50fps, and Full HD up to 100fps with duel pixel CMOS AF. Boasting a 15x optical zoom, SDI out and a BNC connector, the XF405 is ideal for newsgathering, documentary, and corporate use. In-built ND filters give the user fingertip control over exposure, making it well-suited to run-and-gun shooting.