Canon EOS C500 and EOS-1DC: 4K Cameras Now!

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Canon gives videographers something to be excited about

In pushing the limits of imaging technology, Canon presented two game-changers for cinematographers, namely the Canon EOS C500 and EOS-1DC. Both are the answer to the rising demands of the motion picture and television production industry as they offer astounding 4K (4,096 x 2,160 pixels) resolution astounding 4K (4,096 x 2,160 pixels) resolution.

The EOS C500 offers the ability to output 4Kresolution images as RAW data for recording using an external device

The EOS C500 offers the ability to output 4Kresolution images as RAW data for recording using an external device

To mark the debut of the Cinema EOS Cameras in Malaysia, Canon Marketing (Malaysia) held an exclusive Canon Cinema EOS 4K Product Seminar, conducted by world renowned cinematographer and member of the American Society of Cinematographers (ASC), Shane Luther Hurlbut, whose works include many multi-million dollar blockbuster films, and Po Chan, a remarkable visual story teller, artist and director.

The EOS C500

The EOS C500

“Digital cinematography is the way forward for filmmakers today as we see more and more movies shot partly or fully in digital, completely changing the way moviegoers experience motion pictures. In light of this development and backed by a firm understanding of the needs of cinematographers, Canon believes an all-new interchangeable-lens digital video camcorder that combines exceptional imaging performance that combines exceptional imaging performance with outstanding mobility and expandability is required. Indeed, it must be able to meet the demanding production needs of today's motion picture industry,” says Melvyn Ho, President and CEO of Canon Marketing (Malaysia).

Canon's 4K capable DSLR, the EOS-1D C can capture 4K (4096 x 2160 pixel) video at up to 24p without downscaling, from an APS-H crop of its 18MP full-frame sensor

Canon's 4K capable DSLR, the EOS-1DC can capture 4K (4096 x 2160 pixel) video at up to 24p without downscaling, from an APS-H crop of its 18MP full-frame sensor

Ho believes that the new C500 and 1DC will further expand the possibilities of visual expression and drive forward the development of cinematic culture, especially in the growing movie industry in Asia.

“In line with our ‘leave no story untold’ philosophy behind the Canon Cinema EOS Cameras, we believe that the C500 and 1DC come at the perfect timing to meet the new standard of 4K resolution recording,” he adds.

Canon’s 4K 1DC

Canon’s 4K 1DC

Besides being able to record at 4K resolution, the C500 also supports Canon’s diverse line-up of interchangeable EF lenses and EF Cinema Lenses. The PL variant of the C500 uses a PL lens mount, making it compatible with industry-standard PL lenses. This further expands the versatility of the C500 and ensures its usability among many movie studios.

As for the 1DC, it comes equipped with the Canon Log Gamma, which works to minimize both shadow-detail loss and highlight-detail loss while providing a high level of color-grading freedom. In addition, the 1DC features a sensitivity ISO range of 100-51200, ensuring that outstanding still-image results. Canon claims that noise levels at such high ISO range is reduced significantly on the 1DC when shooting in dimly lit settings as it is fitted with the Dual DIGIC 5+ image processors.

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