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Date published: 2019-09-05
Originally published: Here. Excerpt below.


Canon has announced the EOS C500 Mark II. The camera features the exact same sensor that is found in the EOS C700 FF.
So what are the key selling points of the EOS C500 Mark II?
C500 Mark II Key Features
Full Frame 5.9K 60p
DIGIC DV 7 Image Processor
15+ stops of DR
5-axis sensor stabilisation
Cinema RAW Lite (Internal Recording)
XF-AVC (H.264)
4K 60p 4:2:2 10-bit
5.9K, 4K (60fps), 2K (sensor crop) 120fps
Modular design
User-changeable Lens Mounts (EF, Locking EF, PL)
EF, PL, anamorphic and Spherical Lens Support
4.3″ LCD Monitor LM-V2 with Touch Focus
Dual Pixel CMOS AF with Touch AF and Face Detection AF
Rear audio/power module
Internal ND filters (clear, 2, 4, 6, 8, 10 stop – 8 & 10 with extension)
4 channels of XLR with optional module
12G-SDI, 3G-SDI
2x CF Express slots
1x SD card slot
Full Frame
Canon C500 Mark II
We have definitely been seeing a trend lately with camera manufacturers launching full-frame offerings. Up until now, the more affordable full-frame digital cinema cameras have come from companies such as Kinefinity, and Z cam (although their offering hasn’t shipped yet. This is the first time that one of the big manufacturers has released a full-frame camera digital cinema camera in this space.
C700 FF
The EOS C500 Mark II’s sensor is identical to that of the EOS C700 FF, except it uses new Digic DV 7 processors, instead of the Digic 5 that are found on the C700 FF. The sensor can operate in three different modes:
Full-frame
Super 35mm (crop)
Super 16mm (crop)
What is big news when it comes to the sensor and how it works is the addition of 5-axis sensor stabilization. This is the first time a digital cinema camera has utilized this technology. According to Canon, it is similar to the system used on the EOS R but more advanced.
Automatically obtains focal length
When a lens that supports data transmission is attached, focal length data is automatically received through the digital contacts for shooting with ...


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