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Canon EOS C100 EF (Cinema, EOS, C-100) Super 35mm digital cinematography camcorder with EF lens mount
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Canon Cinema EOS C100 HD camcorder with EF lens mount
The Canon EOS C100 Digital Video Camera is the latest addition to the Cinema EOS family, bringing together the renowned technology of Canon CMOS sensors, DIGIC DV III Image Processor, and EF lens compatibility in a smaller, lighter body. Modular and compatible with a host of Canon and third-party accessories, the EOS C100 brings true cinema quality to independent event videographers and video production organizations. sporting an EF lens mount and Full HD recording at up to 24Mb/s onto low cost SDHC media with an AVCHD MPEG-4 4:2:0 codec.
The C100 is aimed at budget conscious independent videographers such as corporate video makers, wedding and event video producers, small video production companies and film schools, hence whilst it looks very similar to its C300 sibling, it is actually 15% smaller in size and incorporates a range of extra 'push button' features designed to simplify operation as well as a new wide dynamic range gamma setting which can reduce the requirement for colour grading in post production.
The EOS C100 sports the Super 35mm Canon CMOS Sensor and Canon DIGIC DV III Image Processor of the C300 and records at 24Mbps using an AVCHD codec for easy integration in existing production workflows. Operability and customization make the EOS C100 an ideal camera for one-person operation while providing expanded professional capabilities such as HDMI output with embedded Time Code, support for external recorders, remote operation, and complete manual control over both video and audio recording. Pair the powerful and portable EOS C100 with the full range of Canon EF, EF-S and EF Cinema lenses, from fish-eye to macro to super telephoto, and make this expanded vista your new starting point on your cinematic adventure.
- Super 35mm-equivalent 8.3 Megapixel Canon CMOS sensor with Bayer pattern filter.
- EF lens mount; over 60 EF lenses available for the EOS C100.
- One-Shot AF/Push Auto Iris/Auto White Balance features; optimised for single operator use.
- Compact, modular design; 15% smaller than EOS C300.
- 24Mbps (Max) MPEG-4 AVCHD/H.264 recording, 4:2:0 colour sampling.
- ISO range of 320-20,000 with wide dynamic range (800%; achievable when shooting Canon Log Gamma or Wide DR Gamma).
- Stereo microphones built in to detachable handle, Pro XLR connectors included on the handle.
- New Wide Dynamic Range (Wide DR) Gamma setting.
- Two SD memory card slots with relay record or simultaneous record options. SDHC/SDXC supported.
- Built-in, manually controlled glass ND filters; 2, 4 and 6 stops.
- Low power consumption with supplied BP-955 battery.
- DIGIC DV III image processor.
- Comprehensive NLE support; Data Import Utility software included.
|Sensor||Super35mm type CMOS|
|System||RGB primary colour filter (Bayer array)|
|Total Pixels Per Sensor||9.84 megapixels|
|Effective Pixels Per Sensor||8.29 megapixels|
|Minimum Illumination||NTSC Mode 0.3 Lux|
|[F1.2 lens , 24 dB, 29.97P mode, shutter speed 1/30]|
|PAL Mode 0.25 Lux|
|[F1.2 lens, 24 dB, 25.00P mode, shutter speed 1/25]|
|[1920x1080/59.94i , ISO640 (0dB), 2000 Lux, 89.9% reflection]|
|[1920x1080/50.00i , ISO640 (0dB) , 2000 Lux, 89.9% reflection]|
|S/N Ratio||NTSC: 54dB (Typical)|
|[1920x1080/PF30, Canon Log base sensitivity ISO850 (Dynamic range 800%)]|
|PAL: 54dB (Typical)|
|[1920x1080/PF25, Canon Log base sensitivity ISO850 (Dynamic range 800%)]|
|Dynamic Range||During normal shooting: 300%|
|With Canon Log gamma: 800%|
|(ISO 850 or above/gain 2.5 dB or more)|
|Horizontal Resolution||Up to 1000 TV lines (1920 x 1080i mode), depends on lens used.|
|Lens Mount||Canon EF Mount, including EF-S and EF Cinema lens|
|Focal Length||Equivalent to 1.53x the focal length of EF lenses|
|Peripheral Illumination Correction||YES (dependent on lens used)|
|ND Filter||4 glass filters in camera body: Clear; 2 stops; 4 stops; 6 stops. Operate via dial on body.|
|Focus Control||Via lens or by using ONE-SHOT AF mode.|
|Iris Control||Via body, grip, remote control or Push Auto Iris control.|
|1/2-stop, 1/3-stop or FINE control.|
|Possible to maintain constant F-number during zoom.|
|Image Stabilization System||Depends on lens used|
|Type||DIGIC DV III|
|Video Storage Media||SD/SDHC/SDXC card (2 card slots)|
|Recording Time||64GB SD card: up to 5 hours, 55 minutes. ( 1920 x 1080 @24Mbps VBR)AVCHD|
|Recording File Format||AVCHD|
|Recording Format||MPEG-4 AVC/H.264|
|24 Mbps LPCM VBR (4:2:0);|
|24 Mbps VBR (4:2:0);|
|17 Mbps VBR (4:2:0);|
|7 Mbps VBR (4:2:0, 1440 x 1080).|
|Recording Frame Rate||59.94 Hz mode (NTSC): 60i/PF30/PF24/24p;|
|50.00 Hz mode (PAL): 50i/PF25.|
|Pre Record (cache record)||YES (3 seconds)|
|Double Slot (Simultaneous) Recording||YES|
|Scan Reverse||YES. Vertical or horizontal image inversion, or both.|
|HD->SD conversion||Yes (AVCHD to 9Mbps MPEG-2)|
|Internal Data Transfer||MOVIE: Yes (SD card to SD card)|
|Photo Storage Media||SD/SDHC memory card|
|Still Quality||During video recording: 1920 x 1080;|
|During playback: 1920x1080|
|Size||8.8 cm (3.5"), 100% view|
|Image Quality Adjustments||Brightness, contrast, colour, sharpness, backlight, black white|
|Adjustable||Up/down/left/right according to camera configuration|
|Waveform Monitor||Waveform Monitor|
|Focus Assist||Peaking; Magnifying; Edge Monitor (using waveform display)|
|Peaking||Peaking 1, Peaking 2 (Colour, Gain, Frequency customisable for each)|
|Zebra||Level 1; Level 2; Both|
|Output via HD-SDI or HDMI|
|Markers||On/Off (Aspect ratio, Aspect marker, Safety Zone Area, Safety Zone, Grid, Horizontal, Centre)|
|Image Quality Adjustments||Brightness, contrast, colour, sharpness, backlight, black white|
|Correction Lens||+ 2.0 to -5.5 diopters|
|Audio In||XLR inputs with 48V phantom power (x2), 3.5mm microphone input jack|
|Headphone Output||3.5mm stereo jack|
|Video Monitor Output||NO|
|HDMI||YES (Type A, output only)|
|IEEE 1394 (Firewire)||NO|
|USB||YES (Mini-B, USB 2.0 Hi-Speed OUTPUT Only)|
|Time Code||YES (Superimposed on HDMI Output signal)|
|AV Terminal||YES (output only)|
|Remote Control Terminal||2.5mm mini jack|
|Wireless Control Terminal||NO|
|Colour Bars||EBU, SMPTE, ARIB|
|Accessory Shoe||YES (cold shoe, 2 locations: top of body, front of handle)|
|Custom Key||YES (15 assignable buttons; select from 35 functions)|
|Exposure determined by shutter setting, iris setting, ISO/gain setting and ND filter setting;|
|Push Auto Iris options:|
|(i) Standard (Centre-weighted metering)|
|(iii) Backlight (compensation)|
|Exposure Compensation||YES. AE Shift function. +/-2, +/-1.5, +/-1.25, +/-1.0, +/-0.75, +/-0.5, +/-0.25, +/-0|
|Auto Exposure Mode||YES (Push Auto Iris)|
|Push Auto Iris||YES|
|Auto Gain Control Setting||NO|
|ISO Sensitivity||1-stop display: 320¹, 400, 800, ², 1600, 3200, 6400, 12800, 20000|
|1/3rd stop display: 320, 400, 500, 640, 800, ², 1000, 1250, 1600, 2000, 2500, 3200, 4000, 5000, 6400, 8000, 10000, 12800, 16000, 20000|
|Gain Setting||NORMAL: -6dB, -3dB, 0dB, 3dB, 6dB, 9dB, 12dB, 15dB, 18dB, 21dB, 24dB, 30dB;|
|FINE: 0 dB to 24 dB (0.5 dB increments).|
|Control Modes||Off; Speed; Angle; Clear Scan (CS); Slow Shutter (SLS)|
|Shutter Speed||1/3 to 1/2000 depending on frame rate and Shutter Control Mode|
|Shutter Angle||11.25º to 360º depending on frame rate|
|Slow Shutter (SLS)||1/3, 1/4, 1/6, 1/8, 1/12, 1/15, 1/25, 1/30 depending on frame rate|
|Clear Scan||60i: 59.94 Hz - 250.27 Hz|
|PF30: 29.97 Hz - 250.27 Hz|
|24p/PF24: 23.98 Hz - 250.27 Hz|
|50i: 50.00 Hz - 250.78 Hz|
|PF25: 25.00 Hz - 250.78 Hz|
|Stored Configurations||9, including 3 presets (CINEMA, Wide Dynamic Range (Wide DR) and EOS Std)|
|Storage Medium||SD/SDHC memory card (all customisation data and metadata), up to 20 Custom Pictures per card|
|Canon Log Gamma||YES|
|Master Pedestal||-50 to +50|
|Master Black||-50 to +50 for each of R,G,B|
|Black Gamma||Adjustable Level, Range and Point|
|Low Key Saturation||-50 to +50 adjusts colour saturation in low brightness area|
|Knee||Adjusts over exposure characteristic, start, slope, saturation|
|Sharpness||Adjustment for Level, H Detail Freq., Coring, HV Detail Balance, Limit, Select, Knee Aperture and Level dependent sharpness|
|Noise Reduction||Off, On (1 to 12)|
|Skin Detail||Off, Low, Middle, High / Hue, Chroma, Brightness, Area, Y Level|
|Selective Noise Reduction||Off, Low, Middle, High / Hue, Chroma, Brightness, Area, Y Level|
|Colour Matrix||Phase, Gain and RGB adjustment, in tandem with Gamma selection|
|White Balance||-50 to +50 R Gain, B Gain|
|Colour Correction||Area selection / area revision of two areas|
|Setup Level||-50 to +50 On/Off|
|Clip 100% IRE||Limits output to 100% after setup adjustment|
|Preset||Daylight (5400K), Tungsten (3200K), Kelvin (2000K-15000K, 100K intervals), Set A, Set B|
|White Balance Shift||YES. -9 to +9 (Daylight and Tungsten only)|
|Black Balance Adjustment||YES|
|Countup System||Regen, RecRun, FreeRun, Hold (Drop frame available for some frame rates), NDF only in 24P|
|Start Value Setting||“00:00:00:00”, Set/Reset selectable|
|Recording||16-bit 2ch (48 kHz) linear PCM when 24 Mbps LPCM selected|
|Dolby Digital AC3 when 24/17/7 Mbps selected|
|Control||Independent limiters and auto/manual settings|
|Microphone Attenuation||YES, for built in microphone (in handle unit) and 3.5mm MIC jack|
|Microphone Level Meter||YES|
|Continuous Recording Time||Supplied BP-955: Approx. 285 minutes, 24Mbps, LCD + VF (50Hz mode)|
|Recording Frame Rate||PF modes recorded as interlaced video|
|HD->SD conversion||HD->SD conversion not possible for 24P recordings|
|ISO Sensitivity||320 and 20000 are not 1-stop increments but represent highest and lowest supported ISO values|
| = Lowest ISO sensitivty achieving 800% dynamic range with Canon Log function.|
|Accessories Supplied||Data Transfer Application, Handle Unit with microphone, Thumbrest, Grip, Tripod base adaptor plate, Shoulder strap, EVF cap, Battery Charger CG-930, Battery pack BP-955.|
|Power Consumption||8.1w; VF + LCD, 24Mbps (NTSC mode)|
|7.3w; VF + LCD, 24Mbps (PAL mode)|
|Operating Temperature Range||-5ºC to +45ºC, 60% relative humidity|
|Dimensions||Approx 135 x 170 x 129mm (thumbrest attached);|
|Approx 182 x 170 x 129mm (grip attached);|
|Approx 182 x 281 x 236mm (grip, monitor unit and handle attached)|
|Approx 142 x 281 x 236mm (thumbrest and handle unit)|
|Weight (camera only)||1020g|
|Weight (fully equipped)||Approx 1835g (grip, monitor unit, handle, hook, BP-955, 2x SD card)|
8.3 MEGAPIXEL SUPER 35MM CMOS SENSOR FOR HIGH-RESOLUTION
The C100 features the same, large 8.3 Megapixel Super 35mm-equivalent CMOS sensor as the EOS C300 and C300 PL cameras for video capture that provides three-channel RGB processing for Full HD. The sensor has a pixel size larger than that for conventional professional camcorders enabling greater light-gathering capabilities for superb high-resolution images with enhanced sensitivity, low noise, reduced shutter artefacts and low power consumption, along with typical large sensor benefits such as beautifully shallow depth-of-field.
NEW AUTO FEATURES FOR EASE OF USE
The EOS C100 inherits many of the features from Canon’s high-spec EOS C300 Digital Cinema Camera, but also incorporates a number of newly enhanced auto functions such as One-Shot AF, Push Auto Iris and Auto White Balance, which make it ideal for single operator use.
Pushing the One-Shot AF button before recording starts, ensures the camera focuses on the subject at the centre of the screen. Push Auto Iris is a recording assist function that automatically adjusts the aperture in accordance with the brightness during recording. The Auto White Balance feature automatically normalises the colour temperature by correcting warm or cool tones. Note that One-Shot AF and Push Auto Iris functions are not available when shooting with Canon Cinema Lenses.
WIDESPREAD LENS COMPATIBILITY
The creative possibilities of the EOS C100 Digital Cinema Camera are greatly enhanced by its compatibility to Canon’s wide range of EF mount lenses. Canon’s extensive EF lens range encompasses over 60 different lenses for a total focal length range that stretches from 8mm up to 800mm to open up an incredibly wide range of shooting possibilities. Filmmakers already shooting with EF mount lenses can now take advantage of the widespread compatibility of the Cinema EOS System.
The C100 is also compatible with the EF mount lenses in Canon’s Cinema Lens range – these lenses deliver exceptional optical performance and offer compatibility with Super 35mm-equivalent sensors.
ULTRA-COMPACT, MODULAR, LIGHTWEIGHT DESIGN
The EOS C100 Digital Cinema Camera has an ultra-compact body (approximately 15% smaller than the EOS C300) that has a modular design for superb mobility. The body weighs just 1020g (410g lighter than the EOS C300). Removable grip, handle and multi-angle control panel components ensure maximum manoeuvrability, whilst the robust body features magnesium alloy components for additional rigidity and toughness.
A 3.5-inch (8.8cm), 920,000-dot LCD panel can be moved upwards by up to 100 degrees for easy composition at low angles. By rotating and stowing the LCD panel DSLR-style shooting is possible with viewing through the 0.24-inch (0.65cm), 1.56-million dot EVF.
The detachable handle has a built-in stereo microphone and two channels of XLR audio input connectors.
CREATIVE ND FILTERS
A manually controlled built-in ND filter allows for keeping the iris open for shallow depth-of-field and attractive bokeh. A four-layer filter system offers three densities – 2-stop, 4-stop and 6-stop – with ND0 being clear.
RECORDING CODEC AND MODES
The camera can record MPEG-4 AVCHD files at 24Mbps (4:2:0) to two SD memory cards with relay and double slot simultaneous HD recording options available. Using two SD cards allows for up to 12 hours of continuous recording by switching from one card to the other when the maximum file capacity has been reached.
A Pre REC function in the C100 starts recording video about three seconds ahead of time to ensure that you don’t miss the shot.
HIGH SENSITIVITY, LOW NOISE IMAGE CAPTURE
The C100 features enhanced sensitivity: low noise images can be captured at up to ISO 20,000, allowing for use in almost any shooting conditions.
CANON LOG & WIDE DR GAMMA
Canon Log is a log format for realising a wide, 12-stop dynamic range close to negative film. Canon Log has adopted an 8-bit log that enables the user to easily perform post-production processes, even in a desktop environment. It enables detailed adjustment for highlight and shadow and broadens the range of colour grading.
The new Wide DR Gamma feature on the EOS C100 produces smooth changes in brightness, seamless gradations, and reproduces clear skin tones with uniform colours; thus eliminating the need for post-production processes.
SEAMLESS WORKFLOW INTEGRATION
Smooth editing workflow is key during video production and this is catered for thanks to an MPEG-4/AVCHD (H.264) system that enables the capture of extensive Full HD high resolution video recording, with less data volume, by means of highly efficient compression.
The new Data Import Utility software that comes with the EOS C100 automatically recognises divided files as a single long file and seamlessly joins together the divided video files when they exceed 2GB or when they are created during relay recording. This helps to reduce the work during editing.
An HDMI signal output function enables a timecode and 2:3 pulldown marker to be superimposed on the HDMI signal output. The non-compressed signals can be processed as SDI video signals (comparable to HD-SDI) depending on the external recorder and converter connected to the EOS C100. Footage is then compatible with NLE editing software from companies such as Apple, Adobe, AVID and Grass Valley.
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