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  1. So Canon has introduced a camera that has a similar design to that of the BMPCC4K/6K, only bulkier. I'll be curious as to whether all the criticism levelled at the design of the latter will be levelled at the former. Perhaps Blackmagic's design wasn't all that bad after all. The C70 also seems to be a bit crippled in what formats are available, but then that's fairly typical with Canon. Edit I: I notice from the comments that there are still those who can't seem to live without a built-in EVF. Edit II: I also notice that there are still people about that complain about the lack of a 5" flip-out screen on the BMPCC4K/6K, the supposedly poor battery life, and now a lack of top handle. The so-called poor battery life of the BMPCC4K (especially) is a real bugbear to me when I hear it. The LP-E6N battery is only 1865MAh; whereas, the BP-A30 is 3200MAh, almost double the capacity of the BMPCC battery. With two LP-E6N batteries, I can get close to 150min of recording time, which is not too bad. With my current setup using an NP-F970 and LP-E6N, I can get four hours of 4KDCI recording. And those NP-F970 batteries (IDX) are far cheaper than the Canon BP-A batteries. Just thought I'd get that off my chest.
  2. Wanted to get some thoughts on what kind of zoom lenses people would recommend for an owner operator. I've got an Arri Amira, and these days prices on S35 zooms seem to be going down quite a bit. I've seen both Optimo DPs and Arri Alura LWZs go for well under 10k USD per lens. Some lenses even down to 7-8k. I use the Sigma 18-35 and 50-100 stills lenses with focus gears on right now, but I would really like to get a set of zooms that cover a better range and are more solid. The Sigmas are fine, but I don't want to spend the money on the cine versions as I will keep the still version of these for certain jobs. I've been eyeballing a couple of options: - Arri Alura LWZ 15.5-45 and 30-80 - Angenieux Optimo DP 16-42 and 30-80 I guess the Canon cine zooms are on the table as well, but I have never used the myself. It's a bit hard finding examples and documentation on people using these, any insight if welcome. Thanks!
  3. See the full article: https://www.newsshooter.com/2020/04/21/canon-announces-the-c300-mark-iii/ Canon has officially announced the EOS C300 Mark III
  4. View the full article: https://www.newsshooter.com/2020/04/20/canon-eos-r5-specifications/
  5. See the article: https://www.newsshooter.com/2020/04/21/canon-cn-e-15-5-47mm-t2-8-35-105mm-t2-8-cinema-zooms-get-a-massive-price-reduction/ These lenses were both originally $23,275 USD. What does everyone think of these two lenses now that they have had their prices dropped to $9,999 each?
  6. See the full article: https://www.newsshooter.com/2020/04/20/canon-c300-mark-iii-hands-on-footage
  7. https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=SH45KEIZEd0&t=5s BTS: I'm not sure about the subject matter but the image looks clean with good detail. Obviously it's not graded to rec709 and I think that is a good thing so to see the DR better. Thoughts?
  8. Hi all, Happy to share that the Bright Tangerine accessories were used by Canon on the launch film. Since it's the same body as the C500 Mark II, the accessories are the same for the C300 Mark III. More info on the kits are available here: https://www.brighttangerine.com/canon-c300-iii-left-field-cage/ Carlos Quintero recently did a first impression of the cage If you have any questions about the cage/accessories, i'm happy to answer any questions.
  9. See the full article at: https://www.newsshooter.com/2020/04/21/canon-evf-v70-oled-viewfinder-price-drop/
  10. Earlier in the year Matt Porwoll posted his multi-part review on the Canon C500 Mk II. There are four parts to the review: http://mattporwoll.com/in-depth-with-the-c500-mkii-part-1/ http://mattporwoll.com/in-depth-with-the-c500-mkii-part-2/ http://mattporwoll.com/in-depth-with-the-c500-mkii-part-3/ http://mattporwoll.com/in-depth-with-the-c500-mkii-part-4/ Great resource for anyone considering the C500 Mk II
  11. The Canon C300 Mark II and C200 have just received price drops. You can save $1,000 USD on cameras and camera packages. What do you think about these lower prices? It will also drop the prices on the used market drop. A C200 could be a under $4500 soon. Canon Cinema EOS C300 Mark II Camcorder Body with Touch Focus Kit (EF Mount) $7,999 USD ($1,000 price drop) Canon EOS C200 Cinema Camera (EF-Mount) $5,499 USD ($1,000 price drop) Canon EOS C200B Cinema Camera (Body Only) (EF-Mount) $3,999 USD ($1,000 price drop) Canon EOS C200B Cinema Camera with Accessory Kit (EF-Mount) $5,499 USD ($1,000 price drop) Canon EOS C200 EF Cinema Camera and 24-105mm Lens Kit $6,399 USD ($1,000 price drop) Canon EOS C200 Cinema Camera and Triple Lens Kit $9,999 USD ($1,000 price drop)
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