First Look: Canon XC-10 Video Camcorder

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In the following video, B&H Photo’s Steven Gladstone provides a quick look at Canon’s recently announced XC10 Professional 4K Camcorder. He discusses the compact form factor of the camera that blends elements of a camcorder and a DSLR, as well as its imaging capabilities, including a 1" sensor that delivers UHD video at 29.97p and 23.98 frame rates, and 12MP still images. Gladstone also highlights the camera’s built-in 10x zoom lens and rear 3" LCD screen that includes a removable eyepiece for shooting in brightly lit environments. We hope you enjoy the video, and invite you to view the wide selection of other instructional and informative videos at BandH.com.

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No speakers in the video unfortunately. not enough information

Can you shoot stills, while recording video? Useful feature for wedding photography is possible.

AS I HAVE UNDERSTOOD FROM DPREVIEW'S EXPRESSIONS, IT HAS STILL PHOTO CAPABILITY DURING VIDEO TAKING (3840*2160 PIXELS MAX RESOLUTION).  VIDEO FRAMING RATES: 4K: 30 FPS, FHD: 60, 30, 24 FPS.  IF YOU USE IT ONLY AS CAMERA IT HAS 12 MP (4000*3000) RESOLUTION WITH 3.8 FPS SHOOTING RATE.

Hi Peter -

Still photos cannot be taken while in movie/video shooting mode.

Please contact us via e-mail if you have additional questions: askbh@bandh.com    >Mark< 

Will this camera shoot 1080 P24  (23.98) i didn't see it in the spec

Is there any sample of lowlight shooting, and Alpha footage?

Hi Dane -

It shoots the following only:

Video ResolutionsUHD 4K (3840 x 2160)
1080p/i (1920 x 1080)Frame Rates4K
29.97p, 23.98p

1080
59.94p, 50p, 59.94i, 50i, 29.97p , 23.98p

720p
119.98p, 100p

Slow & Fast Motion
Supported at 1080 resolution

Please check with Canon and SONY directly for available low-light footage smaple vieo:

Canon XC-10

Sony a7s

Please contact us via e-mail if you have additional questions: askbh@bandh.com    >Mark<                                                                                                                                 

I'd be interested in seeing who well the audio works and controls from out side sources (mics and Line direct from event  sound mixer)