Canon EOS C200 Cinema Camera (EF-Mount)

Canon EOS C200 Cinema Camera (EF-Mount)

Canon EOS C200 Cinema Camera (EF-Mount)

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Canon EOS C200 Cinema Camera (EF-Mount)


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Product Highlights

  • Super 35mm CMOS Sensor
  • Dual Pixel CMOS AF Technology
  • Dual DIGIC DV 6 Processors
  • 4K DCI and UHD, 1920 x 1080
  • 59.94/50/29.97/25/24/23.98p & 120p in HD
  • Canon RAW Light, XF-AVC, MP4 Recording
  • Rotating 4" Touch-Panel LCD Monitor
  • Integrated EVF, 2 x XLR Audio Inputs
  • 1 x CFast Card, 2 x SD Card Slots
  • SDI, HDMI, Ethernet Connectors
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Canon C200 overview

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Canon's EOS C200 EF Cinema Camera features a built-in EVF, 4" LCD screen, top handle, Super 35mm CMOS sensor, and Dual Pixel Autofocus. The EF lens mount on the EOS C200 offers compatibility not only with Canon's existing broad range of DSLR lenses but also with their line of EF-mount CN-E cinema prime and zoom lenses. The Super 35mm sensor is paired with Canon's Dual DIGIC DV 6 image processor, allowing it to capture and record up to 4K DCI resolution.

The C200 can also record Canon's Cinema RAW Light internally via its single CFast card slot. The camera also incorporates two SD card slots for recording 4K UHD/HD MP4 video. A built-in EVF enables the camera to maintain a small footprint when you shoot. However, the included removable 4" LCD screen as well as the included top handle and camera grip make this camera versatile for larger shoots. You can output video via the camera's SDI output, and the built-in XLR connectors provide two channels of audio at line, mic, and mic+48V level. A built-in Ethernet connector provides input/output control.

Main Features

Canon Super 35mm CMOS Sensor
Modeled on the Super 35mm motion picture film standard, the Canon CMOS sensor has an active image size of 24.4 x 13.5mm. It features 4096 x 2160 resolution to deliver Cine 4K images, as well as supporting Ultra HD (3840 x 2160), and Full HD (1920 x 1080).
Dual Pixel CMOS AF Technology
Provides continuous AF (Autofocus) function for all autofocus lenses, using Dual Pixel CMOS AF technology. A new AF Lock setting also lets you change the image framing while holding the desired focus. This feature is ideal for users who regularly shoot with smaller crews, who shoot moving subjects, or who want smoother, more natural-looking autofocus.

Dual Pixel CMOS AF technology features a CMOS sensor that consists of an array of pixels that each feature two separate photodiodes. By continuously comparing their outputs during AF mode, phase-difference autofocus helps ensure non-blurred images and smooth focus transitions even when the talent and/or camera are moving. The new feature places a high priority on maintaining sharp focus while providing a natural, smooth autofocus movement with select Canon EF lenses - including newer-generation STM lenses - which offer even smoother and quieter operation.
Dynamic Range, ISO Range
The C200 features a dynamic range of approximately 13 stops, and an ISO range of 160 to 25,600. You can also select an expanded ISO range of 100 to 102,400. It supports Wide DR Gamma, Canon Log and Canon Log 3.
Dual Canon DIGIC DV 6 Image Processor
The camera features Dual DIGIC DV 6 processors to handle the internal data processing.
Ultra-High-Resolution EVF
The EOS C200 features a built-in 0.46", 1.23MP color EVF and 100% field of view coverage for comfortable viewing and accurate judgment of composition, focus, and color. The angle of the viewfinder is adjustable for additional user comfort.
4" LCD Touchscreen Camera Grip and Top Handle
Included with the C200 is a removable 4" Touchscreen LCD viewfinder. Also included with the C200 is a camera control handgrip as well as a removable top handle.
Rich Audio Controls
Built directly into the C200 are two XLR audio inputs with +48V phantom power, and a 3.5mm microphone terminal is also built into the camera. Audio is recorded uncompressed in 16-bit PCM format at 48 kHz for high fidelity sound. Both XLR inputs as well as the mic terminal have the option for automatic as well as manual gain control.
Canon Cinema RAW Light
This codec allows you to record raw data internally to a CFast 2.0 card via the camera's single CFast card slot. The CFast card slot enables capturing 4K DCI in Canon's Cinema RAW Light format.
MP4 Recording
  • 4K UHD and Full HD recording onto SD cards is available via the two SD card slots.
  • Slow motion recording, pre-recording, frame recording, interval recording
  • Recording Functions
    Relay recording, double slot recording
    High-Speed Shooting
    You can choose to record at 120/100p when recording in Full HD.
    White Balance
    Kelvin setting (setting range: 2000K to 15000K/-20CC to +20CC)
    Set A
    Set B
    Other Recording Functions
    Custom picture setting
    Black balance adjustments
    Color bars
    Peaking display
    Zebra display
    My Menu setting
    Waveform monitor display
    Assignable buttons (1-17)
    Key lock
    Marker display
    Enlarged display
    Custom display
    Peripheral illumination correction
    GPS support (GP-E2)
    Monaural microphone
    Playback Operations
    Normal playback, fast forward (at speeds of ×5, ×15, ×60), fast reverse (at speeds of ×5, ×15, ×60), frame forward, frame reverse, rec review
    Clip Display
    3 x 4 (clip) index screen (raw/MP4/Photo)
    UPC: 013803290035

    Canon C200 specs

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    Image Sensor Size 24.6 x 13.8 mm (Super35)
    Sensor Type CMOS
    Sensor Resolution 4206 x 2340 (9.84 MP)
    Effective Sensor Resolution 4096 x 2160 (8.85 MP)
    Pixel Pitch 6.4 µm
    Color Filter Bayer
    ISO 160 to 25,600 (Native)
    100 to 102,400 (Expanded)
    Gain -2 to 42 dB (Native)
    -6 to 54 dB (Expanded)
    Lens Mount Canon EF
    Lens Communication Yes, with Autofocus Support
    Built-In ND Filter Mechanical Filter Wheel with 2 Stop (1/4), 4 Stop (1/16), 6 Stop (1/64) ND Filters
    Built-In Microphone Type None
    Recording Media 1 x CFast 2.0 Card Slots
    2 x SDXC Card Slots
    Internal Recording
    Raw Recording Cinema RAW Light 12-Bit:
    4096 x 2160 at 24/30 fps (1 Gb/s) 
    4096 x 2160 at 60 fps (1 Gb/s) 
    Recording Modes XF-AVC 4:2:0 8-Bit:
    3840 x 2160p at 24/30/60 fps (150 MB/s) 
    1920 x 1080p at 24/30/60/120 fps (35 MB/s) 
    MP4 4:2:0 8-Bit:
    3840 x 2160p at 24/30/60 fps (150 MB/s) 
    1920 x 1080p at 30/60/120 fps (35 MB/s) 
    Audio Recording 4-Channel 16-Bit 48 kHz
    Video Connectors 1 x BNC (SDI) Output
    1 x HDMI (HDMI 2.0) Output
    Audio Connectors 2 x 3-Pin XLR Mic Level (+48 V Phantom Power) Input
    1 x 1/8" (3.5 mm) Stereo Mic Level Input
    1 x 1/8" (3.5 mm) Stereo Headphone Output
    Other I/O 1 x 2.5 mm LANC Control Input
    1 x RJ45 LAN 
    Display Type LCD
    Screen Size 4"
    Touchscreen Yes
    Screen Resolution 1,230,000 Dots
    Screen Size .46"
    EVF Resolution 1,770,000 Dots
    Battery Type Canon BP-A Series
    Power Connectors 1 x 4-Pin LEMO Input
    Accessory Mount 1 x 1/4"-20 Female Thread
    1 x Cold Shoe Mount
    Dimensions 5.7 x 6 x 7" / 14.48 x 15.24 x 17.78 cm (Without Grip)
    7 x 6 x 8" / 17.78 x 15.24 x 20.32 cm (With Grip)
    Weight 3.2 lb / 1.5 kg
    Packaging Info
    Package Weight 15.05 lb
    Box Dimensions (LxWxH) 18.4 x 14.4 x 12.8"

    Canon C200 reviews

    EOS C200 Cinema Camera (EF-Mount) is rated 4.0 out of 5 by 32.
    Rated 5 out of 5 by from Don't listen to the haters. :) I always see a ton of people complaining about the lack of 10-bit... but it HAS 10-bit and even 12-bit if you want to record to C-fast cards (which are cheap compared to RED media). �However, we use the 4K 24P and 60P settings in 8-bit all day, every day. �Straight to SD cards, which are cheap. �I notice about a 1-stop loss in dynamic range compared to recording in RAW, so for 95% of the stuff we do, it's fantastic (corporate, brand, social, tons of interviews + b-roll). �And if we need an extra punch, we switch it to RAW for a few shots. �Built-in ND's, touch screen autofocus is amazing, easy to go handheld, and reliable. �Incredibly reliable. �We have 4 of them.
    Date published: 2018-05-30
    Rated 3 out of 5 by from Lacks Standard Processional Codecs After own this a week and shooting various projects from commercials to documentaries I feel what others are saying. When a 5DIV and 1DXII have better codec options for much cheaper really makes you wonder why they crippled this camera. Either you can shoot Raw light or basically an equivalent to Avchd with there MP4 options. The Engineers, Marketing and Management at Canon need to wake up, respectfully. They have a chance to truly crush the competition by adding 1-2 basic 10-bit 422 codecs. Overall I feel this camera in terms or design and build quality beats the other cameras in its price range hands down! However with its light everything codecs, I would only recommend this camera to a very few.
    Date published: 2018-03-17
    Rated 2 out of 5 by from Great Possibilities, depends on the firmware update So much about this camera is right. The color science, the auto focus and Canon build quality. However, what we need is a 4.2..2 10 bit codec and the ability to output both this codec and the 4k 60 raw output to an external recorder. A single cFast slot is not a practical or affordable workflow. If the firmware gives us a 4.2.2 10bit and the ability to output 4k 60p raw to an external recorder, I believe this will be one the great selling cameras of all time. Without these it is just another example of why so many loyal canon shooters have had to go with other companies cameras.
    Date published: 2017-12-03
    Rated 3 out of 5 by from Needs a 10 bit codec This could be a great camera.� But no 10 bit recording option is a big deal.� what's equally troubling is that Canon is not listening to the people who actually buy and use their cameras.� Panasonic and Blackmagic both have cameras in this price range with the proper codecs, and histories of providing firmware updates to empower their users.� on the other hand it seems Canon is withholding crucial functionality as some kind of marketing ploy.� As a camera manufacturer in today's competitive market this is a very dangerous way to think.
    Date published: 2018-04-07
    Rated 3 out of 5 by from A near perfect camera... After seeing the early reviews of the C200 and its beautiful raw image, I decided to sell my C300 Mark II. Unfortunately things didn't go as planned.� While the C200 has nice ergonomics, amazing autofocus and a great raw image, its 8 bit 4:2:0 codec is unacceptable for a modern $7500 cinema camera. In my experience the 8 bit image was surprisingly soft and produced heavy aliasing on numerous occasions.�I didn't think it would be an issue but it was. With the Raw workflow being very cumbersome, it's just not feasible for a lot of the paid work I do.� After trying the Panasonic EVA1 and C200 side by side it became apparent just how inferior Canon's 8 bit image is. The EVA1 blew it away and also held its own against the Canon Raw image. While I much prefer the ergonomics, menu system and autofocus of the C200, the image quality was ultimately what won.� Sadly I am one of many who has decided to move on from Canon for the time being. They make some great products but their ethics and self crippling of their own line finally became too frustrating to support. I'm sure the C300 MKIII/C400 will fulfill the potential this camera had but at at least double the price.
    Date published: 2018-02-12
    Rated 4 out of 5 by from Is it perfect? No, but no camera is I own this camera along with a 1DC and a 1DXMKII, i use them all for different things, and I love all of them. I do hate that cfast is so expensive but EgoDisk, ProGrade and AngelBird all make great and more affordable media. I use FCPX so I dont have to worry about transcoding or any of that, which is what many people complain about. 4k60 is epic on this thing, its sharp and actually at times I feel this camera can be to crisp. I love the color, I love the autofocus, the only thing i wish it had was 4k120. Battery life is amazing the view finder is great, I really enjoy this camera, i chose this over a red scarlet. The reds are great but this thing is so easy and it will last all day on canons bigger battery.
    Date published: 2018-09-11
    Date published: 2018-03-29
    Rated 5 out of 5 by from Fantastic focus assist - perfect for interviews A great camera. So easy to use once you study up. Canon's ergonomics and menu system always make more sense to me than other manufacturers. For me, the best feature for my interview (with 2 people on camera) was the unique focus guide. Use the joystick to move one focus guide (rectangle) over one interviewer's face and the second guide over the interviewee's face. Focus manually on one face until the guide shows you're in focus. Press the joystick and check the other face. Press again to go back and forth. Adjust depth of field until both faces show in focus. Raises confidence that you're going to get everyone tack sharp. And the results show it. Did not shoot RAW, so did not have to spend a fortune on C-Fast cards. The XF-AVC image looked great at 1080p.
    Date published: 2018-08-21
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