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The Canon C300 Details:
-Featuring a unique Super 35mm Canon CMOS sensor
-Enabling greater light-gathering capabilities for enhanced sensitivity and reduced noise.
-The sensor reads Full HD (1920 x 1080 pixels) video signals for each of the three RGB primary colors, decreasing the incidence of moire while realizing high resolution with 1,000 horizontal TV lines.
-Supported by a heightened signal read-out speed
-The CMOS sensor reduces rolling shutter skews
-A phenomenon prevalent with CMOS sensors in which fast-moving subjects may appear diagonally distorted
-In addition to MPEG-2 Full HD (MPEG2 422@HL compliant) compression, the EOS C300/C300 PL employs 4:2:2 color sampling for high-resolution performance that minimizes the appearance of “jaggies” at chroma edges.
-Additionally, with a maximum recording rate of 50 Mbps, the camcorder supports the recording of high-quality video
-Revolutionary Canon DIGIC DV III Image Processor facilitates high-precision gamma processing and smooth gradation expression
-Compact, modular and compatible with Canon’s existing line-up of EF and new EF Cinema lenses as well as accessories from third parties
-Designed to please cinematographers for any production large and small, on location or in the studio, from shoestring to Hollywood budgets.
-The EOS C300 has a Canon EF lens mount and is compatible with all of Canon’s new EF Cinema lenses and current EF lenses, including compact primes, super telephotos, specialty tilt-shift, macro and fisheye – over 60 in all.
-Its MPEG-2 codec is an internationally recognized standard compatible with major NLE applications while additional features such as Canon Log ensure seamless integration with existing production workflows, making post-production easy.
-The camcorder’s video and audio recording file format adopts the industry-standard MXF (Material eXchange Format), an open source file format ideally suited for non-linear editing systems.
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