The Canon Eos C100 Mark II camera has a lightweight, ergonomic body, packed with new features including an extended ISO range of 320 to 102.400, a Dual Pixel CMOS autofocus and a new processor video. It also offers Full HD (1920à-1080) shooting with moire © em> and aliasing em> factors reduced for clearer and sharper images.
The AVCHD codec allows you to record up to 28 Mbps on an SD card, while the MP4 mode offers data speeds of up to 35 Mbps. You can also record in two formats simultaneously on separate SD cards in order to create two HD copies or HD copies and Separate SD cards, an ideal solution for speeding up work and sharing movies quickly. These updated features are made possible by incorporating Canon’s latest DIGIC DV4 image processor for fast processing and more detailed output.
Monitoring is facilitated by the new OLED display, which ensures higher contrast, more vivid colors and faster response times, even in high ambient light conditions. The OLED screen opens to the outside of the camera and can rotate forward.
The electronic viewfinder (EVF), is removable and tiltable, also equipped with a wider eyepiece than the previous model and provides greater flexibility and precision when shooting. The additional integrated microphone allows audio recording even with minimal camera configuration.
The integrated WiFi provides wireless remote control via a web browser interface, while compatibility with the Canon RC-V100 remote control allows you to fully control the camera via wired connection. In addition, the integrated WiFi functionality allows you to share files quickly and easily when the required execution times are short thanks to the file transfer function via FTP. Files with SD resolution have small dimensions and are particularly compatible with this function.
The Canon Eos C100 Mark II is able to offer a wider dynamic range that offers up to 12 stops of latitude.
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