Award-winning director of photography David Leitner presents a comprehensive series of videos on the Cinema EOS line, detailing the HD and 4K formats of the C100, C300, C500 and 1D C, the cameras' ergonomics, accessories such as support rigs and 4K recorders, lenses, and optimal production workflows. What's more, you'll see David's results from shooting with Canon's state-of-the-art Cinema EOS cameras and lenses. This segment serves as the introduction to the series.
David goes in-depth with the C100 and C300 Cinema EOS cameras, highlighting their HD recording modes, ergonomics, and special features.
The C100 records 1080p AVCHD to SD cards, while the C300
- available in both EF and PL-mount versions - records 1080p as Canon's XF codec to CF cards. Both offer the Canon Log recording mode, enabling a wide dynamic range for excellent reproduction of highlights and shadows.
Meet the High-Performance EOS C500 Cinema Camera and the 4K full-frame DSLR, the 1D C.
Available with either a PL or EF mount, the Canon C500 records superb-quality HD internally and 4K to optional external recorders, either RAW or as compressed files such as ProRes. The 1D C is a Canon DSLR that records HD as well as 4K internally to CF cards.
A look at some unique Cinema EOS workflows including the use of Canon Log video gamma and a breakdown of several 4K RAW and 4K ProRes recording and postproduction workflows.
You know Canon's DSLR lenses. Now discover the special features of the Canon Cine lenses, with the performance and cinema-level quality to match the latest generation of 4K Cinema EOS cameras.
Canon's EF-mount CN-E prime lenses are suitable for 4K capture with either Super 35mm or full-frame sensors. These are true cine lenses, with a click-less aperture ring, full manual control, and an 11-blade iris for circular highlights.
Shot in 4K with a C500 camera to an AJA Ki Pro Quad recorder, this outdoor footage from New York City highlights many of the advantages of the Cinema EOS line of cameras and lenses, such as the extremely fine detail, true colors, and the wide exposure latitude. Listen as David Leitner narrates the technical details of each shot.