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Canon Cinema EOS C70 - Ah that explains it then!


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1 hour ago, ntblowz said:

From another forum the rumored the price could be $5299..

That wouldn't be too bad. I've seen rumors of $4K and change but others saying that low price is going to be for an upcoming C50 with the C200 sensor.  And I've seen rumors putting it in the $6,299 range.

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1 hour ago, Video Hummus said:

Definitely my next camera. The C300 III is very good.

This is a baby version of it with integrated grip! I love it!

Perfect 4K mini cinema camera with an speedbooster adapter for EF glass. Ticks all the boxes for me.

Need to save the pennies.

 

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Looks like 1DX in the front!

Atm I m definitely flavour more on this cam than Komodo! 

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3 hours ago, Video Hummus said:

Definitely my next camera. The C300 III is very good.

This is a baby version of it with integrated grip! I love it!

Perfect 4K mini cinema camera with an speedbooster adapter for EF glass. Ticks all the boxes for me.

Need to save the pennies.

 

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Are there more images? 

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Canon cinema cams are definitely going for it this year, they're after Sony's share of the market. The c300 mk3 sensor is fantastic, but I don't see any evf (crucial for me) and is the screen on the back flippable or fixed, haven't seen any images of the back? Nevertheless sounds like a great little camera, the FX6 is going to have to match it for specs - if it has the FX9 colour, an evf, and possibly IBIS, and with the variable nd and full frame it would bring something different and be able to compete

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3 hours ago, JR Lipartito said:

Wouldn't it be just like Canon for this camera to have the DGO sensor and all the great 10 bit codecs but no raw, while the C50 gets internal raw, but with the old C200 sensor and no 10bit codecs? 😅

No possibility for RAW on the C50's SD cards.

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18 minutes ago, Yurolov said:

So the 24-105 will turn into an 2.8 with that range in FF. With the built in ten stop, this really will be great for docu work. 

 

It will turn into a 2.8 light gathering but stay a f4 for DoF and more or less keep the same FOV.

The 24-70 F2.8 will become a f2 light gather but stay f2.8 DoF.

Assuming the crop is 1.5 (it could be 1.6).

24*1.5*0.71 = 25.5

F4*1.5*0.71 = 4.26

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1 minute ago, Video Hummus said:

It will turn into a 2.8 light gathering but stay a f4 for DoF and more or less keep the same FOV.

The 24-70 F2.8 will become a f2 light gather but stay f2.8 DoF.

Assuming the crop is 1.5 (it could be 1.6).

24*1.5*0.71 = 25.5

F4*1.5*0.71 = 4.26

F4 Dof is plenty for that lens and docu work. The light gathering is the important part as it means you can leave the lens on day into night and have that amazing range for run and gun.  

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6 hours ago, ntblowz said:

Atm I m definitely flavour more on this cam than Komodo! 

Same. I need to start selling gear I guess.

C-Log3, 4K 10-bit, ALL-I and IPB up to 120p, Dual pixel AF, internal ND up to 10 stops, with the latest tracking, RF mount, EF 0.71x adapter.

You could mount the Canon RF 100-500 and get a 150-750 with 1.5 crop. The lens is huge and heavy compared to MFT but it clears Panasonic is being pummeled to death on all fronts.

NO EVF but I can live with it.

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